How does 2 pts affect insurance in SC? Is it worth it to try and fight the points or just be happy the trooper decreased the points from 4 to 2 and since I’ve paid just go on my way? It is my first ticket ever
answered on Dec 7, 2019
There are several factors to consider when making that decision. I recommend reaching out to an experienced attorney that can help you make the best decision for you.
The trooper decreased the ticket from 4pts to 2 and 20miles down to 10miles. I just paid the fee of $75 online. My question is the ticket online says no court appearance required but the back part of the ticket talks about "If you fail to post bond or personally appear in court on the... Read more »
answered on Dec 6, 2019
The fine you paid is the bond amount, so you do not need to appear in court. You have already taken care of the matter responsibly. Best of luck!
With the ticket I was issued a court date. My husband is in the military and we have a young child, I am terrified this will affect my husband's job and my child. What do I do from here?
answered on Nov 28, 2017
I urge you to contact an attorney. He or she will be able to provide guidance on how to best proceed.
He got charged with manifacturing and distribution of cocaine base it's his first offense and all he had on him was a small piece of meth and emty bags
answered on Nov 28, 2017
I urge you to contact an attorney on his behalf.
answered on Aug 8, 2017
Yes. There are standard fines that each court associates with charges listed on a citation. In some courts, there is not even a standard location to write a fine amount on a citation, so there is an implicit understanding when any ticket is written.
The bottom line is that you are going... Read more »
answered on Mar 14, 2017
Yes, that is allowed and standard operating procedure for officers.
I got charged for two things I was unaware of and the tickets do not have the ticket amounts. Should I be worried? What should I expect? I am also in Spartanburg,SC
answered on Mar 4, 2017
Traffic citations can have consequences beyond court dates and fines. An experienced traffic attorney can look at you citations and let you know what options may be available to make things better. Call one today to make sure you take advantage of all of your options.
answered on Feb 11, 2017
Your first step is contacting the court that handled your case five years ago and paying that fine or serving whatever sentence was ordered. If you have no other license issues, proof that you handled the old charge may be enough for the DMV to allow you to get your license back.
If you... Read more »
The kid they beat up broke into my sons best friends house so they took matters in their own hands. This is his first offence and he has never been in trouble. He admitted he was hanging out with the wrong crowd. What will happen to him?
answered on Feb 10, 2017
Your son could face serious criminal charges, as could his friends. I would contact an attorney as soon as possible to protect his rights.
My child got up from his desk (which he prob shouldn't have) to ask another student a question. He put his hands on her desk accidentally activating her keychain mace. He got 3 days and a charge she got nothing and was handed back the mace to keep in her car, also on school property. I know he... Read more »
answered on Jan 15, 2017
Short answer: Yes, but your son should contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to see if you can fight the charge.
An experienced attorney would explain that the outcome of your son's case is going to depend on what the evidence shows. In other words, we need to know... Read more »
I have no criminal record. No priors other then one speeding ticket. The officer sent me to jail for the night. What should I do to fight this in court?
answered on Jan 10, 2017
Bottom line: Contact an attorney to see what options might be available to you and your specific set of circumstances prior to your court date.
Reckless Driving is a serious traffic offense and can lead to issues with license suspension, insurance premium increases, and other... Read more »
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