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Fairfax County Ordinance: 82-4-24
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Fairfax County Ordinance: 82-4-24 - December 8, 2011, 11:19 PM

Failure to pay full time and attention
Fairfax County Ordinance: 82-4-24
Town of Herndon Ordinance: 42-8
Town of Vienna Ordinance: 9-7
Fine: $30
Processing Fee: $62
Total: $92

has anyone been convicted of this? I hear it is not reported to the DMV can anyone vouch for this?


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How many points?


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that is kind of what I am asking


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Wow. that's a very broadly defined offense.
You can convicted for changing the dial on your radio, looking at your GPS, or gabbing on the phone.



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My understanding is that it is a "catch all" ordinance to cover a policeman's butt if he wants to stop you for something that you may or may not be doing. If he pulls you for suspicion of (insert suspicious event here) and you aren't, he can still justify the stop in ticket form. It is also applied sometimes to accident charges.
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what did you do that made him pull you over ?


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Wow. that's a very broadly defined offense.
You can convicted for changing the dial on your radio, looking at your GPS, or gabbing on the phone.
Pretty much......


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Wow. that's a very broadly defined offense.
You can convicted for changing the dial on your radio, looking at your GPS, or gabbing on the phone.
this + doing makup..reading a newspaper...swerving...you name it.


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So they can pretty much write up anyone? Convenient lol
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This is also what they use instead of other offenses when they want to give you a break, so there's that.

I doubt the OP was just driving along minding his own business when he got popped


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I am pretty sure this is the one used if you take one or both hands off your handlebars when riding a bike.


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Can't take one hand off? Wtf?
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If it was written under under the county/town ordinance, then there are no points for dmv.


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If it was written under under the county/town ordinance, then there are no points for dmv.
+1, I've gotten one of those except it was a reduction form a speeding ticket. It's FFX County favorite ticket to write.


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If it was written under under the county/town ordinance, then there are no points for dmv.
that is why most officers write both or the va state code on the ticket..


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