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  • Gyrfalcon: IT'S A MIRACLE!!!


    I'm guessing it was a phillips head.
  • Idjit. You are part of the establishment. None of your bench buddies could get you off?
  • Awesome. Now we know they really work.
  • Corruption? In New Orleans?

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    /Not the least relevant ermahgerd image, but close
    //Still laughing
  • A hitch mounted bike rack that folds up against the back of the vehicle is the legal way to obstruct ticket cameras.
  • JeffreyScott: A hitch mounted bike rack that folds up against the back of the vehicle is the legal way to obstruct ticket cameras.


    Not here. Here they have a number plate holder on them and you need to get a number plate made for them.
  • EggSniper: Corruption? In New Orleans?

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    /Not the least relevant ermahgerd image, but close
    //Still laughing


    God damn, that face is sooo punchable. I mean, a new pillow and it is too soft, and needs to be whipped into shape, kinda punchable.
  • JeffreyScott: A hitch mounted bike rack that folds up against the back of the vehicle is the legal way to obstruct ticket cameras.


    Around here, the camera takes a picture of the front of the vehicle to catch the front plate and the driver's face.
  • Laws do not apply to the wealthy and their servants in the law enforcement industry; laws are for the little people.
  • Judge Dumbass needs to watch Mythbusters...
  • FTFA: When we showed him photographs illustrating how his plate becomes invisible in the glare of a camera flash, he responded, "I didn't know about that."

    But when we showed ordinary drivers the photographs of Jones' license plate, they were quick to recognize the reflective cover as a way to defeat traffic cameras.


    As a traffic court judge, if he is this out of touch with technologies within his judicial purview, he should be not just fined, but removed from office.
  • starsrift: FTFA: When we showed him photographs illustrating how his plate becomes invisible in the glare of a camera flash, he responded, "I didn't know about that."

    But when we showed ordinary drivers the photographs of Jones' license plate, they were quick to recognize the reflective cover as a way to defeat traffic cameras.

    As a traffic court judge, if he is this out of touch with technologies within his judicial purview, he should be not just fined, but removed from office.


    And killed, by rabid badgers.
  • Probably got his car washed at the same place that cop with a bag of weed did.
  • MurphyMurphy wins this thread.
  • I think the more relevant issue is why traffic court judges would need city-issued vehicles.
  • Judge Jones has learned the first lesson of not being seen. Not to stand up.

    However, he has chosen a rather obvious piece of cover.
  • Of course he doesn't, the farkin' hypocritical asshole.

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    If you're going to enforce the law, especially something as simple as a speeding camera, OBEY THE LAW AND SET A GODDAMN EXAMPLE.
  • generallyso: Laws do not apply to the wealthy and their servants in the law enforcement industry; laws are for the little people.


    It's always been that way, there is no justice system. There is a legal market, where you can buy all the justice you want. As a Montrealer, I can verify this. If, as an "owner", you somehow manage to underpay one of the many taxes the city wants to steal from you, the city can take everything you "own". If, however, you work for the city for twenty years and steal untold millions in the course of your career, you will get immunity when you testify and the city will pay for your lawyers.

    I assume it's much the same in this case.
  • Zarquon's Flat Tire: Gyrfalcon: IT'S A MIRACLE!!!

    I'm guessing it was a phillips head.


    Considering the regularity with which specialty license tags that tend to get you looked the other way when speeding with your flashers on get stolen in Tennessee, I use torq screws in mine.
  • Corrupt officials and New Orleans go together like derp and the politics tab.
  • This situation is what modern America is.
    The rich and powerful live by one set of rules, then there is the rest of us.
  • JerkyMeat: This situation is what modern America is.
    The rich and powerful live by one set of rules, then there is the rest of us.


    I have no respect for judges. I won't even defend them like I will cops. Very few of them are honorable and uphold their office so that justice is served.

    Judges have always been corrupt - rich or not. The amount of insanity someone on the bench can get away with is insane. No one who works in a court system - especially in a small town like where I grew up - wants to go against the local judges, because they will never win a case in that court again. In addition, contempt can be incredibly abused and literally put someone in jail an indefinite period of time.
  • starsrift: As a traffic court judge, if he is this out of touch with technologies within his judicial purview, he should be not just fined, but removed from office.


    Cops and Judges can break 100 laws a day and nobody gets upset, but if a 23 year old teacher sleeps with ONE 18 year old student, we're suddenly clutching our pearls over "abuse of authority".
  • BronyMedic: I have no respect for judges. I won't even defend them like I will cops. Very few of them are honorable and uphold their office so that justice is served.

    Judges have always been corrupt - rich or not. The amount of insanity someone on the bench can get away with is insane. No one who works in a court system - especially in a small town like where I grew up - wants to go against the local judges, because they will never win a case in that court again. In addition, contempt can be incredibly abused and literally put someone in jail an indefinite period of time.



    I dunno... judges can certainly be petty and arrogant, but they can't torture and shoot random individuals and get away with it like cops can. On a philosophical level, you're right. The moral offense of a judge miscarrying justice is greater than it is for a police officer, because a judge is supposed to be chosen to embody the height of fairness, wisdom, and temperance.

    On the other hand, if you gave me a one-use magic wand that could dispel abuse of authority from a group of people, I would wave it at the cops first, second, and third. Judges wouldn't even make the short list of where I'd consider pointing the thing.
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