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Old 13.02.2013, 12:02
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Re: Serious Speeding - New law, new fines.

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Not exactly right. The federal court did not say if the speeding itself was o.k. or not. It only ruled that a license suspension was not o.k. because the authority responsible for the license suspension did not show (actually did not even try to show) that the speeding was not o.k.
It was the lacy bureaucrats who needed to be reminded that they have to do work before they can just decide about other peoples live (and driving license).

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Agreed but it's a prosecutor's job to sort out who has case to answer for breaking the law and bring the case before a judge. The prosecutor who took on the case decided he had no case to answer hence no law was broken. To say a normal person isn't allowed to speed if the passenger is dying isn't true. There's been plenty of cases where people haven't been prosecutated
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