Woman Refuses to Sign Ticket, Drives off and Ends up Getting Tased

A woman in Oklahoma was issued a traffic ticket by a police officer but she refused to sign it. The officer asked her to step out of the vehicle and she refused before locking her doors and rolling up the windows. After rolling the window down enough to speak to the officer, she said, "You be fair with me and I'll be fair with you."

The woman drove off leaving the officer to run back to his vehicle to pursue her. She eventually pulled over where she refused to exit her vehicle. The officer moved in once she opened her door and pulled her out of the vehicle onto the ground. She resisted arrest while kicking the officer who eventually pulled out his taser and fired it at the woman.

She was checked out by paramedics and was arrested.

Signing a traffic ticket does not mean you are admitting guilt of any traffic violation. When you sign a ticket or a citation you are agreeing to pay the ticket or appear in court, if you decide to dispute it. If you refuse to sign the ticket, an officer can arrest you on the spot.



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