Traffic Bastards - approach to criminal law in 2015

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Traffic Hufters by criminal law from 1 January 2015. Most small traffic offenses are dealt with by the Mulder Act. It then mostly administrative, anonymous cash settlement of the traffic violation. In 2015, a number of violations -as it now uitziet- to fall under criminal law so that "traffic bastards" and offenders given a name and face. Traffic Hufters can be addressed individually in this way on their traffic and be more heavily penalized if there is reason to.

Traffic Hufters from 2015

Some offenses may be transferred with effect from January 1, 2015 of "the law Mulder" to criminal law. It involves a number of infringements that are handled by in 2015 by the Public Ministry. This creates the possibility of the individual "traffic bastard" personally on his or her behavior to address and to impose heavier penalties for license suspension and jail sentences to it.

Criminal with traffic

In the current situation includes persons too many speeding or serious traffic offenses committed already by criminal law, as well as driving under the influence. Individuals who commit such a serious offense can already receiving a criminal record and be dealt with harsh punishments and measures. As a crime is being committed choose the Prosecution Service can for heavier penalties.

Criminal offenses in 2015


As director: all road users other than pedestrians
  • a driver of a disabled vehicle, which crosses a pedestrian crossing or obviously on the verge of stabbing on, not to let go
  • overtake a vehicle in front or at a pedestrian crossing
  • another driver who has ordered and left a sign indicates the left wants to hit, catch left
  • a pedestrian, crossing at a pedestrian crossing or obviously on the verge of stabbing on, not to let go
  • a person who is hard moves not to let go
  • a blind, provided with a white stick does not let go for
  • of a motor vehicle which does not stop on first demand
  • other than as a driver of a vehicle that can be driven faster than 60 kilometers per hour, use a motorway
  • of a motor vehicle on a motorway times
  • of a motor vehicle on a highway reverse
  • of a motor vehicle on a highway on the roadway let this stop
  • other than as a driver of a vehicle that can be driven faster than 50 kilometers per hour, use a motorway
  • of a motor vehicle on a highway return
  • of a motor vehicle on a highway reverse
  • of a motor vehicle on a highway on the carriageway let this stand still

As road users, pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists, drivers of disabled vehicles, motor vehicle or a tram, riders, accompanying horses or other animals or livestock and directors of a strung or unstrung car
  • failure to follow instructions given by means of illuminated transparent on passenger car, commercial vehicle or motorcycle police
  • failing to stop at a stop sign; given by means of a red lamp
  • failing to stop at a stop sign; with a given to a police vehicle in illuminated transparent
  • Failure to follow the instructions set out in the Annex II RVV 1990; given by authorized and identifiable as such officer
  • except in emergencies like road user on a motorway; on the hard drive or refuge
  • except in emergency situations as road users on the motorway on the hard drive or refuge
  • with illuminated red cross one lane use
  • not to respond to a given by an investigating officer in respect of traffic on the road designation
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