very good food, very friendly service from Ms Kim
Did she have insurance? I didn't see any mention in the article. I have to assume not because the insurance companies ask to see your license and do background checks. If the car was insured by someone else she would not have been covered. It is sad that she was about to graduate but, she's been here seven years and has friends who probably do have cars and insurance. If she had an accident who would have paid? She got pulled over for speeding (slightly). If she could have produced proper documentation she would probably have gotten a warning and sent on her way. She was willingly breaking the law and most assuredly knew it. She was rolling the dice and blew it. Break the law, pay the price.
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