If somebody runs a red light on purpose, should they get a ticket? Simple Yes or No question.?

I'm doing a survey for class, and it's just a simple question, don't ask "Well did they hit somebody?" or "Was there anybody around when it happened?" or "Are they elderly?" or anything like that. Just. Point. Blank. If somebody runs a red light on purpose, should they... show more I'm doing a survey for class, and it's just a simple question, don't ask "Well did they hit somebody?" or "Was there anybody around when it happened?" or "Are they elderly?" or anything like that.
Just. Point. Blank.

If somebody runs a red light on purpose, should they get a ticket?
Yes or no.
You can put a reason why if you want to, though it's not necessary.
Update: Again;
I can't express this enough.
Do not make up an instance.
Do not say, "for example"
I didn't say anything about an emergency vehicle or any details.
Simply.
Should they get a ticket?
Update 2: Also, please check out my other question;
It's also for the project.
Don't change your answer based on that though! :) http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090415193100AA71UBt&r=w
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