I just loved reading one statement in the story about the city of Harrodsburg settling a lawsuit out of court.
The statement was according to the agreement, the case was settled to “reduce the cost of expensive litigation,” and “should not be construed as an admission of liability in any way whatsoever.”
Something similar is written on the back of citations but worded just a little differently. It goes something like, “By paying this now, you are admitting that you are guilty.”
My question is this: Why is it one way of guilt for the taxpayers of this great country and it does not mean guilty when the city pays for one of its employees?