Highway 165 near Hwy 165/Hwy 2 intersection

Sterlington, LouisianaFeb 07, 20081 Comments

This has long been a productive intersection for the Town of Sterlington in revenue from speeding tickets, especially on traffic coming from the north. The speed limit drops, in a curve, from 65 to 55 and more often than not there is a Town policeman close by, sometimes in a regular marked patrol car….but not always.

If you get a ticket for 32-125A and decide to fight it. In court, they will switch it to 32-125, no A or B letter and you will be found guilty no matter what! "A" means you and the emergency are both on the roadway. "B" means the police are parked. No matter what, they will find you guilty by removing the letter A or B and claim there is a computer problem when the ticket was transmitted to the office. Worse, the police will Not tell the truth and you will be guilty based on his Untruth. U always guilty in Sterlington, LA!! I have filed a complaint with the state against the Judge for failing to use the original document, we will see if they are honest and reverse the guilty.
#1Dec 09, 2012Report Abuse

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