Originally Posted by cumberlandreds
The article did state that she was pulled over for driving 63 in a 65 zone. Not for being in the left lane. Of course the article could be wrong or she interpreted the ticket wrongly. If it was for speed alone then that was totally wrong for the officer to give her a ticket for that reason. But if it turns out it was for driving in the left lane for no reason then its justifiable because those left lane drivers can be a hazard. But even then the officer should have just given her a warning.
If 63 mph had anything to do with it then it was bogus. If she was just cruising along in the left lane while the right lane was open then she's guilty of using it for something other than passing another vehicle but her speed would be inconsequential