mshil wrote:So, my first (and only) LEO contact actually happened about 9 months ago. I hadn't really thought much about it, except I just realized I've never seen a post here where this happened.
Was driving from Austin to Houston, weekday morning, and got hit for speeding just outside of Houston - one of those small spots in the road where the limit suddenly and for no good reason just drops by 15mph.
Small town motorcycle cop pulls me over, approaches on the passenger side of the car and asks for my license and insurance. (I have colleagues in the car front and back seat.) I hand him license, insurance and chl. He takes them, goes back to the rear of the car for moment and then returns, says hes citing me for, I dont remember, like 72 in a 65 or something, hands me all my stuff and says have a nice day.
No questions, no comments, no nothing about the chl. Is this common at all?
Teamless wrote:I believe that most officers realize the vetting process that CHLs go through, and believe that we are normally OK.
rp_photo wrote:Teamless wrote:I believe that most officers realize the vetting process that CHLs go through, and believe that we are normally OK.
I sure wish employers and those compelled to post 30.06 signs would see things the same way.
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