MESA, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Arizona State Troopers have many options when dealing with speeders. Depending on the violation, they issue a verbal warning or make an arrest.

Stanley Roberts completes his three-part series on a ride-along with the Arizona Department of Public Safety by showing the consequences of speeding on Arizona freeways.

[WATCH: Speedy drivers caught misbehaving by DPS in Mesa]

One driver going at 79 to 80 miles in a 65mph zone was issued a warning.

Another driver going 90 mph got a ticket for civil speeding while a motorcyclist was issued a criminal speeding citation which comes with a whole host of other problems and penalties.

Caught Misbehaving with Stanley Roberts exposes individuals who brazenly defy the law or common courtesy, risking social and/or legal consequences. His reports air regularly on CBS 5 News at 10 p.m.
 
 


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ObeyLaws

Wait a minute...I'm pretty sure that was Perd Hapley reporting, not Stanley Roberts...

Tony G

If the judges would quit letting people off so lightly, they could afford more officers on the roadways. This would lead to less speeders and more revenue for traffic enforcement, something that is badly needed on our roadways.

Mark G

So, ...and just so I have this right. Stan says, we can go 15mph above the speed limit and that ain’t misbehavin’ enough to be gettin’ a ticket.

Well, Thank You Stan, ..for letting everybody know that. We’re all safer for your reporting, no-doubt.

ObeyLaws

Bring back photo radar to state highways!

Marley

That was proven to be a disaster. Impossible to keep people from speeding. As long as people drive at the pace of traffic, everything is fine. The problem is actually when somebody is actually doing the speed limit or less and not in the far right lane, and other cars try getting around them. May not be right, but unfortunately that's the case nationwide, not just AZ. No cop will pull you over if you're driving with the flow of traffic, only if you stand out.

Tacoburger

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Dean

That is so true. I first ran into this is Maryland back in the 1960's when the patrol would pull you over for obstructing traffic if you were going slower than the flow. I was doing 70 in a 50 zone one time and a cop signaled me to go faster.

docketman

There are no speed limits in AZ. Those signs are just decorations

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