In the traffic court of a large midwestern city, a young woman was brought before the judge to answer for a ticket she received for driving through a red light.
She explained to the judge that she was a schoolteacher and requested an immediate disposal of her case so she could get to the school on time.
A wild gleam came into the judge's eyes.
"You're a schoolteacher, eh?" he said. "Madam, I shall realize my lifelong ambition. I've waited years to have a schoolteacher in this court. Now sit down at that table and write 'I will not drive through red lights' five hundred times!"