For ten years without a driver's license: woman bangs over red - and is convicted
Created: 02/17/2022, 16:25
In Nuremberg, the police caught a woman who had been driving without a license for ten years.
(Iconic image) © Marius Becker/dpa
At Nuremberg's Rathenauplatz, a patrol caught a woman who not only ran red, but had been driving without a license for ten years.
Nuremberg – During a traffic check on February 16, a 35-year-old woman who ran a red traffic light caught a patrol.
But that's not all: it turned out that the woman hadn't had a driver's license for ten years - and got into the car anyway.
A patrol crew of the Nuremberg traffic police inspection * observed a car that drove through the intersection at Rathenauplatz when it was red.
As the police headquarters in Central Franconia writes, the check revealed that the woman's driving license had already been revoked in 2012.
However, that did not stop the woman from continuing to use the car.
Instead of handing in the driver's license, she swore that she had lost the driver's license.
Nuremberg: Driver's license finally cashed in
Everything only came to light on February 15, when another officer* of the Nuremberg traffic police reported her.
She did not show her driver's license.
The woman didn't give a damn about the instruction, as she herself admitted, and got behind the wheel anyway.
The driver's license now presented was finally secured.
The 35-year-old now has to answer for various offences: She is expecting criminal proceedings for willful driving without a license together with the red light violation and for giving false insurance in lieu of an oath.
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