Money from traffic infractions goes to a lot of places, but only a tiny slice of it ends up with the law enforcement agency that issues the infractions.
Money from traffic infractions goes to a lot of places, but only a tiny slice of it ends up with the law enforcement agency that issues the infractions. Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald Doug Dahl Washington County Sherrif’s Office
Money from traffic infractions goes to a lot of places, but only a tiny slice of it ends up with the law enforcement agency that issues the infractions. Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald Doug Dahl Washington County Sherrif’s Office

Where’s that traffic fine going? Law enforcement isn’t getting as much as you think

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