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no ones online on civics can one of yall help

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    Scenario 1 Local law requires that drivers drive no faster than 45 miles per hour on local roads. The law outlines punishments for those who speed. The penalty increases the faster the person travels above the speed limit. The most severe punishments are for those who travel faster than 20 miles per hour above the speed limit. Signs post this law on most roads, but some sections of roads are missing signs. Local police stop a man traveling 67 miles per hour. He apologizes and insists that he meant no harm. His wife was having a baby and he was anxious to get her quickly to a hospital. The officer gave him a ticket and told him he will have to appear in court since he was going so fast. Is this a matter of constitutional, criminal, civil, or military law? How do you know? ____________________________________________________________________________ Is the source of the law a statute, regulation, case law, or combination? How do you know? ____________________________________________________________________________ Determine the purpose of the law related to the scenario. Is the law intended to protect people's safety or people's rights? Explain your response and thoughts on what could happen if the law did not exist. Use details from the scenario to support your answer. _____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Do you think the new father has a valid argument that he should not have received a ticket? In other words, should government change the law or make an exception? Use details from the scenario to support your answer. ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________

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    @paki

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    @uri plz help

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