Loophole Closed in Bus Passing Law
Read this one on schoolbusfleet.
A man in Richmond VA was acquitted on a reckless driving charge of passing a stopped school bus because technically, the law read that you must stop a stopped school bus, not stop at a stopped school bus. I can't believe the lawyer exploited that loophole, and worse that the judge accepted it as a valid argument! Fortunately, there was 'emergency legislation' that fixed the grammatical error and closed the loophole. But its absurd that it worked to begin with.