“A person who operates any motor vehicle on a public way with an animal of any size on their person, or who permits an animal to impede his or her free access to and use of vehicle controls or to obstruct their vision with any animal between the operator and the operators (sic) door is guilty of a violation.”
A bill proposed by four Republicans and three Democrats would make two significant changes to New Hampshire’s laws relating to using an electronic device such as a phone while driving
There are a multitude of examples of innocent people being harmed, killed, or otherwise punished by zealous, aggressive, or criminal police officers. These incidents occur regularly throughout the US. As civilized humans, we must address this unacceptable norm.
On Saturday afternoon, WMUR reported that Merrimack County Sheriff, Scott Hilliard was arrested for DWI. A caller reportedly called 911 when he saw the sheriff driving ‘erratically’ in broad daylight in the town of Tilton.
The next time that you find yourself driving on the highway, try to obey the speed limit. If you live in New Hampshire like I do, this probably means that you’ll be driving slower than 70 MPH. I guarantee that you’ll be passed by nearly every single driver. Technically, they are Read more…
In 30 years, we may find ourselves in the unfortunate circumstance of explaining to our children that car makers began placing backup cameras in their cars around 2010 of their own volition and that by 2012, nearly 70% of new cars had backup cameras. I imagine that our children will be surprised to hear that any company would place a backup camera in their vehicle before 2018.
They do this despite knowing all too well how dangerous it is to work as a police officer, especially in the current climate.
While relaxing between cases at work the other day, a video came across my timeline of a police department in an Indiana city demonstrating their new safety policy. As the officer in the video describes, the department plans to begin placing officers on yellow school buses that nobody associates with Read more…