Guilty with proud
You know that you’ve committed an offense, but you’re proud to at least be able to recognize your guilt.You want things to be handled neatly as they should. After all, you won’t be ashamed to tell the story to your friends: you pushed a little, but you did a right thing – you paid and didn’t try to fix it.All the more so, paying a fine pays back!Most people who try to bribe don’t know that they are overpaying and, also, that, if caught, they may be subject to criminal liability.
PEOPLE LIKE YOU STILL SAY:
 So, a fine, I’m okey with it 

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 Men in Lithuanian are really good 

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Close the dialog
 Well guys, I made a huge mistake 

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  • A fine? So, how much?

    A fine? So, how much?
    Fines are imposed strictly in accordance with the law, the officer himself cannot decide on its amount. Any decision of a police officer in an administrative offense case can be appealed to the court.
  • What if I’ve committed an offense for the first time this year?

    What if I’ve committed an offense for the first time this year?
    If you have committed an administrative offense or the first time in a year for which in a sanction a penalty of up to EUR 868 euro is imposed, you are given an administrative order, i.e. within 10 days voluntarily pay half the minimum penalty.
  • How to do if you feel provoked to give a bribe?

    How to do if you feel provoked to give a bribe?
    If you are demanded to give a bribe or you feel any such hints, contact 112. If you have decided to report a demand for a bribe or provocation after some time, contact: (8 5) 2725372, epolicija.lt or imunitetas@policija.lt.
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