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Re: Cops, Valentine One (no Quattro content)

I've had to sign every ticket I've ever received.  This was to
acknowledge receipt of the ticket or something like that.  It was not an
admission of guilt.  Anyway, don't they make you sign the ticket in CT
for similar reasons?  I realize that the date being incorrect sounds like a
nice way out of the ticket, but it's hard to hide the fact that you were
there if you signed the ticket.  Hmmm.....

Drew Senko 

> Nope, you're out of that one scott free.  My friend got nailed through CT.
> The revenue enhancement officer dated the ticket for the next day.  He
> promptly mailed CT stating he couldn't possibly have been in CT, committing
> said ticketed offense.  Primarily because the offense hadn't occurred yet by
> the ticket date being in the future.  The postmark on the certified letter
> containing the ticket was several hours to a full day prior to the date on
> the ticket.  Technicalities are the easiest way out of a ticket...
> Fight them every step of the way!
> - -Stott