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The. police posing as construction workers to catch distracted drivers

The enforcement of the laws in Georgia are for workers in the construction industry Wednesday, searching for the drivers on their mobile phones or not wearing a seat belt, in the vicinity of a busy intersection. (Marietta Police Department)

Law enforcement officials in Georgia are for workers in the construction industry, on Wednesday, to catch drivers using their phones, but that may not have their seat belts in the vicinity of a busy intersection.

As soon as she saw it, a transgressor, as FOX 5 in Atlanta reported, the undercover officers radioed the police in the nearby parking lots.

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The officers pulled over the driver.

Marietta and the Cobb County police issued 141 tickets and three arrests. In Georgia, state troopers, 29, wrote the tickets.

This sting operation was bound to be a law against distracted driving, passed nearly one year ago in Georgia, and the police are getting creative in order to make sure the drivers are in.

The “Hands-Free” in Georgia Law,” a driver is not allowed to own a phone, or any other part of the body to support the device. Violators can be fined and receive points on their license.

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As the news networks reported, in the first quote calls for a $50 fine and one point against for a license and the fine goes up by $50, and a one-point increments for each additional citation.

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