02-02-2012, 05:28 PM
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Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Tampa, Florida
Originally Posted by Prime Number
To anyone's knowledge, has anyone anywhere ever been busted for talking more than 150 miles / 250 km on a CB
I'm not asking for hypotheticals here, or about using the range limit for a "pile it on charge" for a guy who's already breaking other laws. I'm asking if the FCC
ever goes (or has gone after) some guy who's harmlessly working a little skip. Or is this something like a jaywalking law that hasn't been enforced in decades?
From what I read, it is a low priority, and always has been.
Just like cops do, FCC
inspectors use a lesser charge as probable cause to get a search warrant, looking for anything illegal. But, the only person I know that got a visit for shooting skip, was a guy running illeagal power. He was contacting the same person in Aculpoco on a regular basis, in the DC area.