A motorist in Finland was recently handed down a fine of 100,000 euros. His offence was no different than mine, but in Finland, you are fined based on your wealth. So, Anders Wiklof, an extremely wealthy businessman was slapped with this hefty penalty based on the fact that he is a multi-millionaire.
The General Traffic Department has made the fining margins on speed limits narrower; i.e. the amount surpassed over the limit before fining takes place.
A judge reduced the sentence of a driver who had left a biker permanently handicapped… because the course of justice had been too slow.
A van driver has been acquitted of a dangerous driving charge; not because his excuse was accepted, but because the judge found 187 kph to be too ambitious, given the type of vehicle.
Manuel Hidalgo carries the weight of having buried his young son – an almost insupportable weight for most. But this burden is increased by the seeming injustice behind the Spanish Judicial System.
Off to Germany now, Saarland to be exact, where a driver was pulled over for speeding. Just a routine stop for the traffic cops. However, they were just a little shocked at what they found inside the vehicle.
Luis García Díaz is not a happy bunny after receiving a traffic fine… for a car that isn’t his and for a traffic incident in a place where he hadn’t set foot in the last ten years.