Robert M. Arnold Teaches Readers the Process of Speeding and Traffic Enforcement

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New book bridges the gap between motorists, police officers and court members through adequate knowledge and information

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A former law enforcement officer in DC has pleaded guilty to falsifying speeding tickets, according to a news article posted by The Washington Times last August 14th. In line with this, author Robert M. Arnold shares “Driver’s License and Registration Please”– a book that guides readers on the ins and outs of traffic enforcement. Through Arnold’s twenty-seven-year career as a cop, he had gained enough knowledge and expertise in assessing both sides of a speeding case. Thus, he educates motorists with ample advice to best protect them when issued speeding tickets, as well as demonstrates the proper measures to ensure fairness and justice on the side of the authorities.

Speeding violations have led to so many vehicular accidents and catastrophes in the US. Due to this, law enforcement has turned vigilant. Nonetheless, despite being ticketed, many motorists still find themselves baffled by the process of correct speed limit reinforcement. Arnold’s Driver’s License and Registration Please sheds light to all these questions and clarifications to offer readers a better understanding of traffic rules and restrictions. Multi-faceted, this manual offers a myriad of insights as seen through various perspectives. Enlightening different groups of people, from the police officers, the motorists, the defense attorneys, the prosecutors, and the court judges, this work gives a black-and-white overview as to how justice must be served.

Arnold’s goal in writing this book is to establish a balanced understanding of the police’s role in protecting the traveling motorist, while maintaining a positive image of professionalism, which can only be achieved through continuous training of the agency’s personnel. Also included are some helpful tips to provide the traveling motorist with the basic knowledge necessary to challenge a speeding ticket that he or she may have wrongfully received.

This book will be featured at the 2013 Frankfurt Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany, on October 9 – 13, 2013.

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About the Author
Robert M. Arnold began his police career in 1983 with the Prince William County police department located in Northern Virginia. During twenty-four years as a motor officer and twenty-one years as a RADAR and LASER instructor, he developed the department’s training program and was in charge of training and retraining hundreds of departmental personnel in the operation of police traffic RADAR and LASER until he retired in March 2011.
Driver's License and Registration Please * by Robert M. Arnold
Speeding Tickets Making Sure that Justice is Truly Served
Publication Date: August 24, 2012
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 107 pages; 978-1-4797-0105-6
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 107 pages; 978-1-4797-0106-3
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-0107-0

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