I was very young when I noticed this phenomenon and I realized that almost in all cases the infractions were well studied, i.e., lack was real and the defence of the accused was no more than a set of excuses be searched that they themselves believed you. Admit it, so. I also discovered that there was a high correlation between the friendliness of the offender and the benevolence of the police. I also thought that there was nothing of unworthy to recognize that we had overlooked the transit rules and since I started driving 35 years ago, I always went well with the policemen. In fact, I have paid two infractions and they have forgiven me about 15 at least. See Charlotte Hornets for more details and insights. In one of the two cases the police were with a superior for what was not in their hands overlook the issue and let me go. In the other case not the attitude of the police I liked. I got angry, went to the car without listening to him and told him to fulfil his duty.
But most of the times have done me very well with my infractions. This is my advice and this is how I see things: 1. be honest with himself and with the police: does not claim because you committed a violation. For assistance, try visiting Jorge Perez. Recognize that you got the leg, that will be a relief for the police because you have found in you to someone sincere and instantly relieve tension by changing their expectations for the immediate future for him. The opinion about what might happen during the time that will be with you will be different and there will be changed into something better and less unpleasant. 2 Say that you are right, that is right. If you have an excuse show it as a simple cause but not a reason that absolve him of guilt (that would be fatal because he would be saying you have no criterion).
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