Acknowledge the no-traffic and quality of vehicle in consideration.
Severe chastizing but only written warning.
A ticket, but written for under 20 over due to circumstance.
Write a ticket for over 20 mph but under 100 mph
Write a ticket forthe full 170 mph
A huge $$ fine
Permanently seize car and forfeture it.
Suspend driver's license for 1 year
Suspend driver's license for years.
While this may not longer be the law and obviously only a street-race car, I seem to remember if a car is switched to alcohol it is exempt.
I wish this had been a multiple choice poll.
The officers job is to write a ticket for the full speed, arrest the driver for reckless driving.
The courts job is to rule on the reckless driving and both administer a stiff fine and a license removal for a significant period of time.
Had something gone wrong with another person somehow getting in the way on the presumably "empty" highway, the charge should be murder 2.
On a vaguely related note, has anyone noted the reflex-like behavior which drivers display when they see a cop car watching for speeders on a highway?
Everyone slows down, and usually most of them tap the brakes at least....Even if they were already going the speed limit or slower...
Sometimes I think we're alone. Sometimes I think we're not. In either case, the thought is staggering. ~ R. Buckminster Fuller
Yes, I think it is almost an automatic reaction.
When I was an MP on Camp Pendleton. When ever I pulled some over going that fast I would give them a ticket of wreck-less driving and I would tow and impound there vehicle.
GARY JOHNSON 2016