Here is a sample of what not to do when pulled over. P.S. The client hired me and we will still able to reduce the points, but don't test it!
Mr. Wolfberg, In the interest of full disclosure, I should note that
the encounter with the officer was less than pleasant. I pulled over as
per his request but apparently I didn't pull over far enough. I pulled
off the shoulder but it wasn't to his liking. He was automatically rude
and asked me why I didn't pull over more and I explained to him that
the last time I pulled over on the Taconic (in my Jeep, no less) I got
stuck in the mud. He asked me questions about where I was going, etc.
and I told him truthfully and respectfully (I was on my way to visit my
girlfriend in MA). He said he clocked me at 80 and he wrote me a ticket
for 80. He was unfriendly, insulting, and had a terrible tone. After
the ticket was issued, I mouthed off to him a little. I said, and I
quote, "Officer, you must be familiar with the law since you enforce
it. Is it illegal, hypothetically, if a citizen calls an officer an
a$$h0le?" He then said, "You can call me whatever you want." So I
replied, "Well, sir, I think you are an a$$h0le."
He then processed to say, "Do you think that will help you in court?" with the attitude of a 15-year-old boy (he was a younger cop). I told him that it must feel nice generating revenue out here to which he replied, "I don't generate revenue. I write tickets." He then just walked back to his car and I simply said "D*&^" out loud but I am not sure he heard me. In any case, he probably has it written in his notes. I am willing to apologize by any means, but only if he is willing to offer a fair bargain. He was rude to me first and so I had no objection being rude back (although it probably wasn't the smartest thing). Some more details:
It was relatively dark outside. I was wearing a blue and white striped shirt (I have the exact shirt) when it happened. It was pretty downhill and there were other cars passing faster than me. It took him a while to catch up with me.
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Matisyahu Wolfberg - Attorney At Law
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