Unsympathetic Officer Writes Speeding Driver Another Ticket In Vermont, a driver was apparently in a hurry to get to court. Police say he was stopped for going 112 mph. The driver explained he was on his way to court to respond to an earlier speeding ticket.
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Unsympathetic Officer Writes Speeding Driver Another Ticket

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Unsympathetic Officer Writes Speeding Driver Another Ticket

Unsympathetic Officer Writes Speeding Driver Another Ticket

Unsympathetic Officer Writes Speeding Driver Another Ticket

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In Vermont, a driver was apparently in a hurry to get to court. Police say he was stopped for going 112 mph. The driver explained he was on his way to court to respond to an earlier speeding ticket.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. People in my family know this story. I was a teenager and got stopped driving 85 in a 30. I had no good reason. In all fairness, when a state trooper in Vermont pulled over a driver, he had a reason. He was going 112 miles per hour but explained that he was in a rush - to get to court - to respond to a speeding ticket. The unsympathetic officer wrote him another. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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