I travelled to Newyork for vacation and got two tickets Avoca Town(speed in zone,failed to use designated lane). I was overtaking a car using the right lane(2 lane freeway) and so the speed was also a little above the limit . It's interrelated but I got two tickets. Kindly help... Read more »
I got the speeding ticket in weschester county. There's a court date on it. Do I need to go and what should I do, plead guilty or not guilty? Since i'm switching my license to Connecticut in a couple weeks will it affect it? Also will points get transfered over?
You should plead not guilty as all speeding tickets in New York State carry points. Even though you are switching to a Connecticut license, the points would stay on your record in New York for 18 months. If you reach 11 points or 3 speeding convictions within 18 months your privilege to drive in...Read more »
I intend to plead guilty but wanted to explain how this happened. I was in a small convenience store parking lot and someone parked very close to me. I was trying to navigate around him and when I turned the wheel, I backed into an old gas pump. I did no damage to my car, but when I hit the... Read more »
This is a 5 point violation. If you are found guilty the points will remain on your record in New York for 18 months from the date of violation. If you reach 11 points within 18 months your driving privileges in New York will be suspended.
This conviction will probably not be reported to Georgia
The officer did give you a break as this is only a 2 point violation whereas speeding violations are 3 points and up depending on the speed. Also, a non-speeding ticket is better for insurance purposes.
You can still plead not guilty and fight the ticket
It is a violation to hold the phone while driving. even though you were not on a call.
You should plead not guilty and request a conference where you will meet with a member of the White Plains Police Department. This is a 5 point violation but should be reduced to 2 points if you have a...Read more »
He also gave me a ticket for Stopping on the highway. He said he didnt like where i pulled over at took my license and made me get off the next exit. Is this points on your license? Worth fighting in court?
Failure to signal is a 2 point violation. I would recommend pleading not guilty. You will receive a conference date at which time you should try to get a reduction to a non-moving, no point violation. It is also possible to get the second ticket dismissed as covered by the plea
This is a 5 point violation which will stay on your record in New York State for 18 months from the date of violation. Even though you have a Florida license, your driving privileges in New York will be suspended if you reach 11 points or more within an 18 month period.
Hellou Guys I just want to know something. i get convicted with 3 points few days ago, now i saw 3 points in my total of DMV record. But i don't know why they counting these points if the ticket is not a recent violation, these ticket was 3 years ago. So in this case: ¿Does not suppose the... Read more »
Was recently pulled over with what I thought was an expired license (I live in Brooklyn and rarely drive, idiotic and lazy I know). They brought back tickets unpaid from 16 years ago and suspended my license. Is there a statute, and if I hire a lawyer is this something they could fight and knock... Read more »
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