'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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Virginia's State Crime Commission is considering a proposal that would strengthen the state's texting-while-driving laws to be in line with those across the country, a move applauded by lawmakers who have backed similar legislation but seen by some as a gesture that is too little too late.
"This is something for people down the road," Mr. Rowley said of the proposal to strengthen the law. "This doesn't happen often, but it happens."
Though he recognized that the judge's decision was made to "drive the point home" about the discrepancies among reckless driving charges in Virginia, Mr. Rowley said, "the guy never looked.