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A: I don't see any lies in his reasons for her tickets. If she hadn't crossed the road like that she'd have opened her trap about it and the other things are easily confirmable from the story and the various police officers accepting it. She broke three laws and as the officers must have agreed she made the road more dangerous through her inappropriate actions.
B: She's legitimately stupid. Putting your pedal down and accelerating is not the same as going over the speed limit but she evidently thought that the rotations per minute in the engine could never go so high without going over the speed limit- at like 30 miles an hour. You don't need to know how changing gears works to know that's crap so long as you've ever been on a freeway where they travel twice as fast (or three times as fast depending on the time of day,) and heard that the pitch doesn't change like that.
And she stepped out in front of a moving vehicle.
C: She was asking for it. Presumably the author wouldn't have bothered if this lady had just stopped at the officer saying he wasn't going to give out a ticket. But she pushed it. "Ok, it wasn't speeding but can't we give out a ticket for anything else? I don't like this person and want them to suffer for disagreeing with me" is what seems like th plain as day motivation running through her head.
Instead the situation became ironic in that her wanton lust for fines came around and bit her in the ass for two things she obviously should not have done, and then that 45 degree angle thing that probably makes more sense to people that have looked at the statistics for pedestrian accidents. Just a guess but charging her for that one instead of the illegal detention was probably a pretty drastic decrease in the severity of her punishment while by all rights she wasted numerous people's time because someone pushed their gas pedal down harder than she liked.
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