Description Please respond to emily with 150 words . Initial post below emily’s post at the bottom Chapter 1 Discussion: Should Dr. Speedy have been issued a citation? Dr. Speedy, a medical doctor, was recently telephoned to perform emergency surgery on a patient who was just involved in a serious auto accident. Dr. Speedy was told that the patient may not survive if Dr. Speedy does not arrive at the hospital as soon as possible. Dr. Speedy ignores the local speed limit and drives excessively to arrive at the hospital ASAP. Officer Friendly radars Dr. Speedy driving 75 m.p.h. in a 15 m.p.h. school zone. This occurred at 2:00 a.m., and no children were seen in the area. Nevertheless, Officer Friendly issues a speeding citation to Dr. Speedy. In your initial post, explain if you believe Dr. Speedy should have been issued the citation. Next, explain which theory of jurisprudence best supports issuing the citation. emilys post below respond with 150 words This can go either way. Dr. Speedy should have gotten a citation according to Legal Positivism, which focuses on the law as it is. However, according to slide 8 in the powerpoint, Natural Law emphasizes that law should be based on a universal moral code. Personally, I believe Dr. Speedy should have not gotten a citation. There was no children at school during this time and it was a life or death situation.
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