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Old March 11, 2010, 08:56 AM   #17
Rembrandt
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Much enforcement is left to the discretion and judgment of the officer, that's why they issue warnings-vs-fines. LEO's and Game Officers I've known tell me from time to time they are instructed to write fines to improve the public appearance that they are doing their job. As a tax payer I have no problem with that and support it. What good is a law if there's no teeth in it? Seeing that the offender and officer knew each other informally, not sure we can rule out the possibility.
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