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- December 1, 2007 at 4:30 am #254513
I'd go to court, if you have the time. This won't affect insurance, so, if you have the money, or don't have the time – then just pay.
On Nov 30, 2007 11:30 PM, M F <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Yesterday I was stopped by a police officer for not wearing the seat belt. The mistake I made was to unclick the seat belt when he puled me over, I panicked. In all honesty I was wearing it but he gave me a ticket. I didn't think I did anything wrong and forgot the seat belt law. I live in Illinois.
He was following me and I didn't notice him till he turned on the siren. He was upset and asked me why I didn't stop when I sew him. I didn't see him, I was looking for an Estate Sale and turning my head left and right, so he thought that I was ignoring him. I am short and was wearing a bulky coat that was unzipped. I think that for that reason he didn't see me buckled when I went past him. I showed him how fast I can buckle up hoping he would see that I do use my seat belt.
I can pay $55 or go to court. If I were to go to court do I stand a chance or will I have to pay the $55 plus court costs. If you know anything about this problem please give me your input.
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