The police are aware of YouTube. Shocking, I know.
One of the things I try to do here on this blog is imparting some of the wisdom I've accumulated while defending hundreds of thousands of traffic tickets over the years. Much of it is legal insight, but some of it is good old fashioned common sense.
Without a doubt, being smart in how you behave and how you live goes a long way to avoiding speeding tickets. Well, here's a great example of what can happen when you forget that policy.
Folks, if you're going to brazenly break the law, I would beg you not to record it and then post it online for the world to see. Especially when you are driving a vehicle that can easily be identified with unique markings which can be traced back to you.
I don't know if this kind of police work is going on in the US to catch traffic violators, but why even risk it? We know from various news reports, the police are using social media (Facebook and Twitter for example) to bolster their case against criminals. I'm sure we're not far away from a case being brought from evidence obtained from YouTube.
If you received a speeding ticket recently (and you didn't post it on YouTube), and want a FREE consultation, please call me at 866-374-8355 You know what, even if you did post it on YouTube, I'll still give you a FREE consultation. Just promise to bring the popcorn.