Whatcom County Sheriff’s Deputy Keith Linderman speaks to a motorist after a traffic stop in November 2010. Drivers who receive traffic tickets often can have the violation deferred, betting on themselves that they won’t commit another infraction for a year.
Whatcom County Sheriff’s Deputy Keith Linderman speaks to a motorist after a traffic stop in November 2010. Drivers who receive traffic tickets often can have the violation deferred, betting on themselves that they won’t commit another infraction for a year. PHILIP A. DWYER pdwyer@bhamherald.com
Whatcom County Sheriff’s Deputy Keith Linderman speaks to a motorist after a traffic stop in November 2010. Drivers who receive traffic tickets often can have the violation deferred, betting on themselves that they won’t commit another infraction for a year. PHILIP A. DWYER pdwyer@bhamherald.com

Willing to bet on yourself? Deferring that traffic violation may be just what you need

October 09, 2016 06:00 AM

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