if no one was hurt and nothing was damaged
a routine traffic stop is what reveals it nothing more, when the cop asks for proof on insurance
is jail going to help somehow?
It's no more a waste of police resources than when she hits an insured driver and the police have to deal with her at that point. Coming from someone who has had to pay car repair bills on my car b/c someone hit it without insurance, I don't mind that she got taken to jail. In my state it's mandatory to have insurance, but there's very little done if the person w/o insurance is in a wreck. If she can't afford it or is inconvenienced by public transit, she should rearrange her priorities...get rid of cable, internet, etc. to cover her responsibilities as an adult. I'm confused by this statement of yours: but maybe she should be getting help, not punishment. Who do you think should help her? People like me who carry our insurance are already helping by paying a higher premium.
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