Was given two citations for driving under suspension at my house without ever being pulled over by an officer.
answered on Dec 10, 2022
Yes, an officer can. Will it hold up to the scrutiny of a judge or jury? That depends on whether it can be proven you were actually driving under suspension.
Does it matter if the parked vehicle is occupied?
answered on May 13, 2022
A North Dakota attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In general nationwide, the driver who hits a parked car is usually at fault. The fact that the vehicle may have been parked in an unauthorized space does not usually remove blame from the moving vehicle. The... Read more »
answered on Nov 19, 2020
Insurance can find out before any judgment is rendered on the ticket, so you're out of luck there. Best way to get the ticket dismissed is to challenge it if they, in fact, cannot prove you were speeding.
Then on my first court appearance says he not absolutely sure it was me he seen driving. Why am I still having to go to court for this
answered on Jun 10, 2020
When you walk into the courtroom, the odds are often stacked against you. The answer here is likely that you need an attorney. The place to prove or disprove a claim is trail, not the first appearance.
I got pulled over for expired tags. when they asked to search me I told them I had a knife on me. The cop said he ain't going to ticket me for why he stopped me but arrested me for misdemeanor weapon concealment charge. Was that legal?
answered on Feb 4, 2020
Maybe, it depends on the circumstances of the stop. Many lawyers, like myself, help individuals determine if their stop and arrest were legal.
answered on Feb 4, 2020
There are some larger issues with a traffic ticket that old. Specifically, whether you have a warrant for that ticket and whether any evidence even exists anymore to prove or disprove the claim. As soon as the case is opened, yes, you could likely dispute.
answered on Nov 1, 2019
A speeding ticket only? A lawyer may be a bit overkill in terms of price.
We got these three letters in the mail today an and they think they are going to take are drivers licenses if we cant come up with this amount of money we are both on ssdi and ssi how can we handle this he is 14 years old no permit TY
answered on Dec 3, 2018
Not enough information here. You may consider calling the local prosecutor.
Was taking my girlfriend to the hospital she was in pain she could not drive anymore she pulled over let me drive officer pulled us over saw that she was in pain I told the officer that I did not have a license he said to drive to my friend's house and he would follow and he was unsure at that... Read more »
What do you think will happen in court. What pled should I do. (I've been having a big financial problems, and I had to get to work one way or another, a bus doesn't go out to were I live, I live on my own and nobody can give me rides.)
answered on Jan 16, 2018
No attorney can provide you advice without knowing more about your situation. In general, you should plead "not guilty" even if you committed the crime as doing so will better preserve your rights. However, pleading guilty or not guilty carries serious weight and equally serious outcomes.... Read more »
The main error is that they said the location that it happened at was over a mile away from where it actually happened. And the date to appear was wrong and crossed of and rewrote. And in the year slot for my registration they wrote "K"
He said my entire age group is "reckless", stated that he "could have knocked it down but because of" my age he decided not to, and then tried to tell me a story about "a girl your age" who recently died in a crash. I have a perfect driving record, with zero tickets, or warnings of any sort.
answered on Jul 24, 2017
The simple fix is to hire an attorney. My usual approach is to assess the situation to determine if a client has a high probability of successfully contesting the ticket or cutting a deal. Generally, contesting a traffic ticket is not a high dollar case and the cost of doing so is well worth the... Read more »
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