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In the state of Texas

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by Big House, Oct 30, 2011.

  1. Big House

    Big House Biggest member

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    What PC would be required in a traffic stop related specifically with Defective License Plate Lamp? :whistling:
     
  2. trdvet

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    A lp light must illuminate a lp so as to make it legible from 50ft.

     

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  3. Big House

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    Thank you. I found it odd that when I was stopped, I took for granted that the lamp/lamps were out. When I arrived at the hotel and checked, they were both lit but the lamp covers were dirty and did make it hard to read. Makes sense now. Glad he was generious and only wrote a warning.
     
  4. 361cop

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    Most cops will just give a warning for that violation, unless the violator talks himself into a ticket.
     
  5. Knute

    Knute "Nothin"

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    By the way, it isn't PC we need to make a stop, it's reasonable suspicion.
     
  6. trdvet

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    :steamed:

    If I have another conversation at work over this topic...........