Friday, May 04, 2012

California lightens traffic laws due to hardship on the illegal beaners.... Amazing!

How many new traffic laws, speed cameras, red light cameras, higher fees and fines has our government hits us with? But in California they are rolling back on a law about the impoundment of vehicles that are unlicensed & uninsured because it's a hardship on the drivers... OH WAIT, not U.S. Citizen drivers.... It's a hardship on illegal beaners who can't get a fucking license or insurance....The same illegal beaners who will get drunk, run over and kill a family member of yours and then just go back to Mexico like it never happened....
State attorney general says LAPD impound policy to aid the illegal aliens is legal

California's attorney general says a new impound policy adopted by the Los Angeles Police Department earlier this year is legal.

The attorney general’s opinion issued this week says that a police department can establish guidelines allowing an impounded vehicle to be released in less than 30 days.

“In our view, it is entirely appropriate for various agencies to adapt their policies as they best see fit to serve the particular needs of their communities,” reads the 18-page opinion by Kamala D. Harris and Deputy Atty. Gen. Marc J. Nolan.

Whether local authorities can implement such policies has been a source of controversy over the last several months.

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck advocated for reducing the amount of hold time for vehicles driven by unlicensed drivers, arguing that impounding cars for 30 days placed an unfair burden on illegal immigrants who cannot get a driver's license in California. Fees for impounds add up daily and can amount to more than $1,000 over 30 days.

The new policy, which was approved by the Los Angeles Police Commission in February, allows for a reduced impound time for some unlicensed drivers who are stopped on minor traffic infractions but have auto insurance, valid identification and no previous citations for unlicensed driving.

Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Steve Cooley and the Legislative Counsel Bureau, which provides legal opinions to state lawmakers, concluded that such policies were illegal under state law. The city attorney’s office concluded the policy was legal.

[Updated, 8:07 p.m.: "The city attorney's office provided legal guidance to the Los Angeles Police Department on their proposed impounding policy. We appreciate the additional guidance by the attorney general's office," Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich said through his spokesman, John Franklin.]

The Los Angeles Police Protective League last month filed suit against the city to stop it from implementing the new policy, citing the conflicting legal opinions.

State Sen. Kevin De Leon said he requested the opinion from the attorney general because he felt the district attorney had overstepped his bounds when he wrote an opinion on the legality of local impound policies.

“I thought the D.A. inappropriately injected his own personal opinion in what has long been up to the discretion of local communities,” De Leon said. “I thought we should get a more objective opinion.”

Sandi Gibbons, a spokeswoman for the district attorney’s office, said Cooley offered his opinion at the request of the Los Angeles County Police Chiefs Assn.

“There’s nothing inappropriate about that,” she said.


Anonymous said...

Pandering the votes!

Anonymous said...

Based upon my experience in So Cal no illegal has insurance let alone a vehicle registered to them. Once towed only the registered owner can pick it up and damn near all those cars changed hands so many times it will never be claimed.

Anonymous said...

put a fork in it, this country is done.

Anonymous said...

The destruction of America!!

Anonymous said...

This is why center left progressive libatards want to do away with the US Senate and go to a Unicameral system. This way Kalifornia would rule the USA.

Anonymous said...

The People's Republik of Kalifornia is all pinko commie rat liberals like Illinois and Wisconsin. I can't wait till the other states are asked to fork over some cash to bail out all the failed liberal states.

I Voted For Obama said...

Obama voters need their cars. Obama loves California.

Hppycmpr35 said...

As I loved to tell them as the tow truck hooked up, "No licencia, no manajar!" adn then tell them Border Patrol was running late but would be there in a few minutes as I drove away, of course trusting them not to move from the corner.

Anonymous said...

And who is surprised?

What's so hard about it? said...

license and insurance and immigration information is on the three implanted RFID chips.

No chip no start, no job, no parasite life support and radar lock on missile warning?