Steven ran the stop sign. Now a traffic police is talking about the violation.
A: You ran the stop sign. May I see your driver's license, please?
B: Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't see the stop sign at the corner. I didn't mean it.
A: That doesn't justify your violation. May I see your license, please?
B: Oh, sorry, I don't have it on me. Honestly, I forgot it at the house. But I have the insurance policy with me. Here it is.
A: Well, sir, your insurance looks good, but I still have to write you a ticket.
B: I understand, officer. I guess it's just not my day today. I will accept the fine.
run a stop sign
run a red light
She was fined $300 for running a red light.
The driver ran a stop sign and was fined $200.
The doctor has been accused of violating professional ethics.
Questions of this kind violate my privacy and I am not willing to answer them.
I didn't mean it.
didn't mean to do..
I didn't mean to break it. It was an accident.
I didn't mean to bother you. It's just that I had to tell you in person.
He didn't mean to upset you. He just wanted to tell you the truth.
I can't really justify taking another day off work.
I don't have to justify myself to anyone.
Time will justify my decision.
Make sure to carefully read through the insurance policy before signing it.
write sb a ticket
a bus/concert/plane ticket
a lottery ticket彩票
a parking/speeding ticket違章停車/超速駕駛罰單
I'm going to write you a ticket and impound your car.
I'll have to write you a ticket and suspend your driver's license for 3 months.
It's not my day today.
My car broke down and then I locked myself out.—It's just not my day!
I guess it's just not my day today. But thanks anyway.
She was fined $300 for speeding.
The fine will be taken out of your wages.