Many of us have been stopped for speeding by a police officer. It’s uncomfortable and it’s tough to know what to say or do.
But when you’re a public figure like Mitch Daniels, there’s an added layer of scrutiny.
Purdue’s President was reminded of that in the wake of a traffic stop on campus last month, and then reminded again when editorials suggested he should have asked for a ticket, rather than the warning he was given. On this edition of WBAA’s Monthly Conversation With Mitch Daniels, we’ll talk about that stop.