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Q: How to file motion

In regards to having traffic infractions waived if only income is ss disability

Antone Alfred Weber
Antone Alfred Weber
answered on Aug 5, 2022

If the violation is found committed, they will want the entire fine. I have never heard of the fines being waived due to an inability to pay, although judges and prosecutors can be sympathetic. Many court (but not all) will offer a chance to pay fines through community service, such as... Read more »

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Q: Do I have ground to stand on in fighting a failure to yield ticket?

My wife was turning onto the highway from a side road. The other vehicle had his blinker on to turn on that road and was slowing down and starting to turn. My wife pulled out. The man realized he was at the wrong road, turned off his blinker, and turn back into the road, striking my wife. The state... Read more »

Antone Alfred Weber
Antone Alfred Weber
answered on Aug 1, 2022

First of all, it is very likely that the other driver gave a very different story. It therefore becomes a question of "They said" vs "They said." It sounds like your wife was either at a stop sign or otherwise had to yield, so the office wrote her for that violation without... Read more »

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Q: Speeding, 70 in a 60, no signage of anything or paperwork. WA.

I was stopped past midnight for speeding in the highway, was very polite to the officer as he was to me, he only wanted to see my I.D. and nothing else, no ticket was given to me on the spot, and no paperwork to sign etc, asked for my address however, and said I would be getting a ticket via mail.... Read more »

Antone Alfred Weber
Antone Alfred Weber
answered on Jul 23, 2022

No, the law was changes some years ago because people were refusing to sign and then getting the ticketed kicked out for no signature. Now it must simply be "served," including by mail. One reason to keep your address with DOL current.

If you don't get it in the next couple...
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Q: My girlfriend was pulled over tonight because officer claimed she had a light out over license plate. He charged her for

No license. No mention of no light over license plate on ticket. This light in no way is a public danger issue. and I believe the law changed to prevent the police from using a license light not working as an excuse to issue a $553.00 no license ticket. What is her defense?. She does not have a... Read more »

Antone Alfred Weber
Antone Alfred Weber
answered on Jun 10, 2022

It is legal for an officer to pull over a vehicle when they are unable to read the license plate. The vehicle may be stolen. The vehicle may be unregistered. The registered owner of the vehicle may have warrants. The theory also holds for those cool-looking dark grey plate covers that people... Read more »

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Q: I was involved in a minor rear end accident, I was at fault. It was at a stop sign and I was three cars back.

I took my eyes of the road and rearended the auto in front of me. I was barely moving, minimal damage. (I had no insurance at this time) I took out my registration, drivers license and business card to give to the driver. She would not roll down her window. She did nod to say she was ok. She... Read more »

Antone Alfred Weber
Antone Alfred Weber
answered on Oct 24, 2021

Did you call in and report the accident between when you left the scene and when the officer called you in the evening? If not, why not? By not doing so, you committed hit and run. The policy behind the law is if someone in one vehicle is injured, someone in the other vehicle should summon help.... Read more »

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