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SPEEDING TICKET

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IN A CASE OF A NON-INJURY ACCIDENT THAT WAS CAUSED WEATHER CONDITIONS; NO OFFICER WAS WITNESS TO THE ACCIDENT; BUT WHEN ONE COMES ON THE SCEEN HE GIVES A "SPEEDING TICKET" TO THE PARTY THAT CAUSED THE ACCIDENT.

SHOULD A SPEEDING TICKET BE AUTOMATICALLY GIVEN? SOUTH CAROLINA IS THE STATE.

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Are you asking for some sort of policy judgment? Are you asking if it was appropriate in a particular case for this to happen? Are you asking if there are possible situations where it might be legally proper to do this? Each of these questions has a slightly different answer, but I'll tell you that accidents resulting from whether often suggest that one or both drivers were driving faster than was prudent given the conditions.

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