John F. Parker and Rosa Forrester ()
Imagine arriving home from work and rifling through your mail, sorting through bills, coupons, and advertisements, and coming across a speeding ticket from 2012. You examine it, confused, and remember that you paid a fine and figured the whole affair was over. You never heard another word about it. Now, you are being re-summoned to court for further investigation … and the summons informs you that the investigation can continue to be reopened at any time for the foreseeable future. Can you ever relax?
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