California (like most states) has a "hands-free" law that prohibits the use of cell phones in your car. Yesterday I got a ticket because I had the cell phone IN MY HAND (NOT ON) while I reached for the charger. The cop told me that I couldn't have it in my hand, whether I was using it or not. He knew I wasn't talking or texting (which I must admit that I have done from time to time). He said the law prohibited holding it.
Being the lawyer that I am, I immediately went to the California Vehicle Code to read the law. It says you can't drive "while using" a cell phone. Personally I think that's interpreting the law a bit broadly. I figured they're trying to generate more income. I mean, he could've given me a warning, don't ya think?
Now, wouldn't you call this ANNOYING??!!!??
Love to you all,
Randy, getting ready for Nana Day and a weekend with the darling Emma and Ryan.