Apparently, some LEO in Georgia thinks it's now illegal for you go down the road eating a hamburger these days. http://is.gd/18nvhU
The next thing I expect is for someone to get a ticket for carrying on a conversation with a passenger or listening to a radio. "You just can't go down the road talking and listening these days. You just gotta pay attention to the road and not do anything else."
Maybe driverless vehicles will be necessary so we will be able to exercise reasonable judgment in a vehicle again.
MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) — A man who says he got a traffic ticket for eating a cheeseburger while driving in metro Atlanta won't be prosecuted after all.
Cobb County Solicitor General Barry Morgan said in a written statement Friday that his office submitted a dismissal of the case against Madison Turner, and a judge signed it.
Morgan said the state didn't believe it had the evidence to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt, given the facts and circumstances his office investigated.
Turner, who lives in Alabama, said he was enjoying a double quarter-pounder with cheese as he drove down a highway outside Atlanta when he was ticketed for violating Georgia's distracted driving law.
This is reality, which is good, but also very scary.
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