Chapter 9

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Chapter 9
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2010-05-17 11:49:49
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Traffic Law
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  1. How many days must a peace officer give a violator to appear in court when the person has been permitted to sign the traffic ticket?

    a.five
    b.eight
    c.ten
    d.twelve
    e.non of the above
    C. Ten
  2. Which violation must a police officer permit the violator to sign a promise to appear if the operator is a resident of the state of texas and is operating a vehicle licensed in Texas.
    a.disregarding a red light
    b.illegal turn wide right
    c.overtaking and passing a vehicle stopped for a pedestrian at a crosswalk
    d.an expired MVI certificate
    e.speeding
    E. Speeding
  3. A person who is a resident of a state in the nonresident violator compact 1977.
    a.should be taken immedialey before a magistrate to answer the allegations of a traffic violation.
    b.is permitted to accept the citation from the officer and to immediately continue after promissing to comply wih the terms of the citation.
    c.cannot be given a traffic citation for a violation of the transportation code inthe state of texas.
    d. surrenders her or his drivers license to the police officer.
    e. non of the above
    b. is permitted to accept the citation from the officer and to immediately continue after promissing to comply wih the terms of the citation.
  4. Which of the following circumstances does not require an officer to take the arrested person immediately before a magistrate?
    a.the violator demands an immediate appearance before a magistrate.
    b.the violator is charged with failing to stop for a stop sign and is permitted to sign a promise to appear.
    c. the person arrested upon a charge of negligent homicide while operating a motor vehicle.
    d.the violator is charged with failure to stop in the event of an accident involving damage to property.
    e.the violator is arrested for driving while under the influence of an intoxicating liquor.
    b.the violator is charged with failing to stop for a stop sign and is permitted to sign a promise to appear.

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