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Is It Free Speech To Warn Drivers Of A Speed Trap? [POLL]

There's an interesting case going on in Texas where a man who was holding up a sign that said "Police Ahead" in the median of a road was arrested. He was even handcuffed and take in to custody.

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el rey de la noche
el rey de la noche
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Rossi Roundup – Where are the Biggest Speed Traps in Jersey – and More

It’s me… “el rey de la noche”… Ray Rossi- The Jersey Guy…All the Way Live! with loads on the docket and more!

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Speed Traps – Do You Flash Your High Beams to Warn Other Drivers? [POLL]

I always felt you were doing the right thing when you saw a radar trap and tried to warn the oncoming drivers.
One good turn deserves another.
But it turns out, believe it or not, that while there’s no specific statute on the books prohibiting you from doing so, police will still pull you over if you get caught

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Do Speed Traps Exist in New Jersey? Officials Say No, Drivers Say Yes [POLL/AUDIO]

While the definition of a "speed trap" may differ from organization to organization and police department to police department, most New Jersey drivers explain it the same way the dictionaries do - cops hiding near a stretch of road, looking for motorists going over the speed limit.

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