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re: Cops, etc. (No Q 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.....
Which is why you should make a habit of NOT signing them, or just
scribbling something that may vaguely recall your name if the first
thought terrifies you.
"Well, no, no I can't say that is definately my signature, your honor.
Looks kind of like a line with a cross through it to me."
"Life is too short to drive a minivan."
1970 124 Spider (restored)
1986 Audi Coupe GT (waiting for more HP)
1989 VW Jetta GLI 16v (wife's ride)
1998 Ford Contour 16v (co. car, got to pick the color)
1965 Buick Skylark conv. (coming soon)
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