Greg. maybe you should try a larger font and bold it!B
Hey, B. They don't make that large a font.
(Do you think the reality that I *am* a lawyer has ever knocked,
even gently, on his cerebral cortex? Probably not, since I don't
agree with everything he thinks. I'm anxious to see if his trying
to skirt the system will work...)
And I'd really not recommend a jammer. First, most of them are ripoffs and they don't do anything other than light up and give you a false sense of security. Second, the ones that do work have a very limited range (you're usually already pegged when it is within range to work). Third, they violate the law because they broadcast on reserved, restricted frequencies. If you're caught with one (one that works, that is) it is usually treated as a very serious crime. Fourth, more and more agencies are adopting laser, for which no one (thus far) is claiming to build an effective jammer since they can peg you from a mile off under the right conditions. They're also useless against aerial enforcement, which is really more common that most folks think. Fifth, most of the folks that happen to have a jammer that works tend to think they have on a cloak of invisibility and continue blindly on, thinking the cop won't notice that the car blasting by them is doing 90 even though his readout says 74. (That works when they're doing the crossword and waiting for an audible alarm, though.
Take care and enjoy the ride,