Officer Smith later found out why the driver fled and did not want to get pulled over in the first place. The driver could have found out that Officer Smith was just concerned about a taillight. Since the driver decided she had too much to lose she would drive off and now she is facing some serious
He did not have any outer clothing and was shoeless. Before the defendants left, they put Stafford’s shoes and jacket on the shoulder of the highway. Stafford wore glasses, which was in the car, but when the defendants left, they either inadvertently or purposely did not give them to Stafford. Michael W. Blake, a college student, was driving on the same highway at a reasonable speed and saw Stafford in the middle of the road with his hands in the air. Blake could not stop in time or avoid hitting him, therefore, Stafford was hit by Blake’s car and died.
What I don’t understand is, if the laws are pushing people to wear a seatbelt in a car and because of what I had mentioned above about the motorcycle, why are they allowed on the road in the first place? Truthfully, motorcycles are ten times more dangerous to drive or ride than a car considering there is no way for a seatbelt to be worn and the odds of a bike falling on a person
The lack of man power makes gang members and drug dealers more likely to sell drugs and carry weapons and to use them in the open. There are also not enough responding officers to quickly arrive to calls for help or to make any arrests. A former police officer named Robert, one of the officers who was laid off, noticed his car missing from his driveway. He quickly phoned his former coworkers and sought immediate help. After reporting that his car was gone, he waited 15 minutes for a patrol car to arrive, worried that each passing second made it less likely the cops would catch the thief before a successful getaway.
I remember hearing about a train accident when I was little. The barrier didn’t work right and so the guy didn’t even think to check if a train was coming and just went around it anyway, and right when he did the opposite side barrier went down and he was trapped and killed on impact. I don’t want to ever be in that type of situation where I’m defenseless, so I plan on heeding the flashing lights whenever their on and doing my best to follow all the precautions that come with railroad safety. Some people might think that they can go faster than the train but after watching that video and realizing how fast trains are really going I’m pretty sure that nine times out of ten the train is faster. I’m happy that this chapter has outlined these precautions for me to follow, I already feel safer with them and I haven’t even really used them yet but I definitely plan to.
Texting and Driving Driving is a difficult activity. When someone drives they are supposed to pay attention to all their surroundings. Everyday I drive I try to be as safe as possible and not get distracted. About 5 months ago I didn’t care about safety and looked at my phone all the time. Little did I know I would pay for that terrible decision.
Next, the car did not match Carter’s car, his car was very similar but had many different features, which the cops didn’t check out. There were also no fingerprints taken on the car, showing that the police just wanted him put away, not showing interest. Lastly, police cops were caught manipulating and distorting evidence, changing it to their liking making it all point to Carter. Examples include recordings weren’t continuously recorded and stopped several times for unknown reasons and an eyewitness’s signature wasn’t approved by her and was approved by an unknown suspect. This newly discovered evidence shows that manipulation and distortion of the old evidence occurred to frame Carter.
A convo came in to our AO with their jammers on, so we lost comms with our guy walking. And that same mission we were coming out of a restrute and couldn’t start our suvs because the convo with the jammers were coming back though. The jammers were blocking the key fob so the push to start wouldn’t work. If we would have been in sync with that unit all of that could have been
General Purpose To convince my audience that cell phone usage while driving should be banned nationwide. B. Specific Purpose To inform the audience of the significant danger of using a cell phone while driving, and convey the importance of getting the word out to enact both individual and societal change, nationwide. C. Central idea The use of a cell phone or other mobile device while operating an automobile always results in a distracted driver, which in turn has been seen to cause serious accidents, including many fatalities. These tragedies are entirely preventable, as virtually no phone call or text is so urgent that the driver doesnt have time to pull over or have another passenger operate the mobile device.