Every day, state's attorneys are charged with making life-altering decisions. What would you do when faced with these kinds of decisions, and what impact might those choices have on everyday Vermonters' lives?
Case 2: A 30 year old woman on an unregistered motorcycle refused to stop after an officer put on his flashing lights. She was speeding and ran two stop signs in a residential neighborhood, but no cars were present. Although she lost the officer at one point, she returned with her motorcycle to speak with the officer. She is arrested for eluding an officer. The woman has had several engagements with police in the past, but has repeatedly been exonerated. She feels like police are always hassling her without cause.
What would you do with this case?