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We sourced this article as a direct response to reader suggestions that we present another view of highway enforcement personnel — JB
Last year I watched as someone I loved went off-track – and came dangerously close to the wall – right in front of where I stood under an umbrella as the rain poured down. He was a passenger in the car, a volunteer instructor for the weekend. The wife of the car’s driver, standing next to me, said with a look of shock on her face, “I don’t know how you do this.”
“The same way I live every day with a brother as a state trooper,” I replied. “I don’t think about it. I can’t think about it.”
Please welcome my friend “Curvy McLegalbriefs” to TTAC; she’s contributed various background items and photos in the past but this is her first article from scratch for us. Miss McLegalbriefs has been a working attorney for some time now and also has a singing voice that is equal in range to mine but, rather embarrassingly for both of us, starts and ends about a half step below. — JB
The use of quotas in law enforcement has made the news again, but this time it’s a cop, not a citizen, speaking out. More specifically, a police officer claims he was fired for speaking out against quotas instituted by a new chief in 2010.