Plenty of contributors to the site speculate that police in some cities write tickets
primarily to raise money to support local government programs.
New officers think that if you see a problem, you have to write tickets
and make arrests -- but you don't always want to do that.
He proposes that officers of the law not write tickets
to bicyclists who run red lights or stop signs because 1) the cyclist might lose momentum by stopping, and/or 2) there is no "traffic" coming so what's the harm?
Miller said it's up to the discretion of deputies, but generally they write tickets