Driving Without A Valid Driver's License

...and the hits just keep on comin'. I think I know how Job must have felt when his life was dismantled and destroyed by the Devil. Lately, it sure feels as if the same things is happening to me. I had to go to mediation at the Prosecutor's office today and the mediator talked to me like I was a piece of crap and spoke so softly and compassionately to the other person. WTF?! Let's just say it was a win/win for both of us. The complainant wasn't going to walk out of that room with MY phone services, and I had to hand over the SIM card. I managed to say "Shame On You" to the complainant and was chided by the mediator...LOL Better than that is when we both left the Municipal court parking lot. You see, that liar (aka "complainant") isn't driving on a valid driver's license and I know it. She made a mistake in driving herself to the hearing. I just happened to be going in the same direction as her, and when I saw her driving irradically, I called 911 and reported her. The police, in turn, pulled her over. The rest is history, or at least it probably goes like this: In this great state of Ohio, if you do not have a valid driver's license, but choose to drive anyway, you stand to be fined up to $1,000 and/or jail time, plus your license will be revoked/suspended for up to one year. Her family is mad at me, but I didn't break the law. I was just concerned for all the everyone on the road who does have a valid driver's license and felt I had an obligation to report her. Can you blame me?
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46-50, F
May 9, 2012