Her car was speeding along Interstate 80 at well over 80 miles an hour when it passed by a State Trooper's position... Obviously, the officer was compelled to pull the young female driver over and he asked to see her license.
After looking it over, he said to her, "It stipulates here on your license that you should be wearing glasses."
"Well, I have contacts," the woman replied.
"Look lady, I don't care who you know," snapped the officer. "You're getting a ticket."
offense：(BRITISH-offence)[countable]SCC an illegal action or a crime State Trooper：[countable] a member of a police force that is controlled by one of the US state governments, who works anywhere in that state compel：[transitive] to force someone to do something [↪ compulsion] stipulate：[transitive] formal if an agreement, law, or rule stipulates something, it must be done [= state]: snap：[intransitive and transitive] to say something quickly in an angry way: