Top ten speed traps in metro Denver, 2014 edition
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Beginning in 2011 and continuing in 2012 and 2013, we've posted about the top ten speed traps in Denver based on nominations from users at Speedtrap.org. For our fourth annual collection, we've broadened the scope to include picks in the metro area as a whole. Count down the top ten here, featuring interactive graphics of each area (if you have problems seeing the images, click "View Larger Map"), links and original Speedtrap.org text.
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The cops stand there on the sidewalk with lasers devices and pull over everyone in the right lane by pointing at them. The cop accused me of going 40 in a 25. There is no way. I had a whole defense put together but it just got tossed. Stay going 20 on 20th street!!!!
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As you exit Hwy 85 southbound, you ascend a ramp to a stop sign. The police wait to the east across the bridge, watching for cars to fail to stop. If you roll though the stop sign they will nail you. The hypocrisy: the week after I was ticketed, I watched a Douglas County Sheriff's car roll through the very same stop sign without stopping! (Naturally, I was delighted!)
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