It is a 3 point offense that could affect insurance. Also if you do get points and receive another ticket in the next year, the points add on and you could be facing potential suspension if you go over 6 points.
The office can file a ticket on information received but they will need a...Read more »
Just for your information points do not transfer to New York, however the offense does and will appear on your driving record so it is worth it to go to court. You should enter a plea of not guilty and mail in the section of the ticket where you sign not guilty along with the fine and you will get...Read more »
My husband was pulled over strictly for no registration. This was a complete oversight on my part. I thought I had paid it, but I can't find any proof I did. I didn't think they could randomly run someone's plates without reason? I've obviously paid it and got it up to date... Read more »
I called the number listed on the form to confirm and the woman on the other side said that the officer listed the citation as given to me, however I was never even pulled over or anything of the sort. I really don't know anything about this citation at all. I plead not guilty and am awaiting... Read more »
Well, the worst thing that can happen is that you could go to jail and have a permanent record. However, that usually does not happen on a paraphernalia case if you have no prior record. Get a lawyer. You are charged with a crime and should have a lawyers representing your interests. You may have a...Read more »
License currently suspended indefinitely for 1533D failure to respond to traffic citation for unpaid fines but they are trying to say its DUI suspended. How is that possible when I havent gotten any new DUI Charges and in 2019 i got pulled over and it wasn't dui suspended and i only received... Read more »
You need to get a lawyer immediately. The law says that if your license was suspended for a DUI it will always be suspended until and unless you get your license reinstated. It doesn’t matter if the DUI is one year old or 30 years old. If you never got your license back then you are looking at a...Read more »
The officer said my exact speed was 86 in a 65 but didn’t use a radar gun and gave me a $218 ticket. I know I wasn’t going that fast and the device he used has been proven to be wrong and it is my first offense and only timed me for 2.45 seconds and put me as a maximum speeding ticket and I’m... Read more »
Did you get the ticket in PA or NJ? If it is PA you will have to attend a license suspension hearing with Penndot for excessive speeds to determine if they will be suspending your license. Additionally, it is a 5 point offense and 5 points is the most you can get for a ticket in PA. You should...Read more »
You need to get a lawyer asap. If your license was never restored after the DUI you are considered DUI suspended until you get your license back. if you are found guilty, there is mandatory imprisonment of 60-90 days in the county prison. You need to figure out how to get you license back asap....Read more »
If this is your 7th conviction for driving on a suspended license, there is mandatory jail time associated with this of 30 days to up to 6 months. If the license was suspended for a dui, the jail time is substantially longer. You should retain an experienced traffic defense attorney asap to assist...Read more »
If the question is "can I be cited", the answer is yes. The question is whether they can prove it in court. If you do receive a citation, make sure you hire an experienced lawyer as you could lose your license if you are cited for going 31mph or more over the limit, plus you will get...Read more »
Unlikely. I am wondering why you had to do any time in jail at all. Usually, these cases are done by summons where the charges are mailed out. You should speak to a lawyer. Sometimes these cases can be negotiated to a non-criminal fine or perhaps a first time offender program. Many of us give free...Read more »
My wife was pulled over and fined $144 for operating a vehicle with expired registration. This was the only reason for the stop. My understanding is it is a secondary offense and not grounds for a stop. Also on the citation the officer listed her car as a Ford Fusion but it is actually a Ford... Read more »
No. The officer can file it within 30 days and then mail it to you. If it is filed with the court outside of 30 days then you can argue that it is past the statute of limitations. It is a three point moving violation so you should plead not guilty. You should also get a lawyer to help you either...Read more »
I was in a bad accident a few years ago, it was my fault - I slid through a stop sign. I was taken by ambulance and never received a ticket nor was one mailed to me. Someone told me about a way to look up info on court cases and for kicks and giggles I checked my own data and lo and behold I have... Read more »
Contact the court and see if you can plead not guilty as you will be assessed 3 points if you plead guilty and just pay the fine. Hire a lawyer to help you to hopefully get the ticket dismissed because they have to have the hearing within the statute of limitations. Since you are passed that date...Read more »
I was the only person traveling on a two lane road. I looked down on my phone for no more than 2 seconds to look at an alert since no one was around. I looked up and a pickup truck was backing out of his driveway into a two lane road into my lane. I had no reaction time and slammed into the rear... Read more »
The Answer is, it depends. If it is a moving violation and you get points on your license there is a chance that your insurance increase. It may or may not but there is no way to know until it happens. Also, if you get points on your license and if you happen to get another ticket in the next year,...Read more »
With covid, as many times as he wants. If you get a lawyer, the lawyer may be able to contact the officer and the court to try to work it out sooner. Many judges are doing zoom or telephone hearings due to Covid. You did not say how fast they have you going so be sure to look into how many points...Read more »
This occurred in PA. While I thought I stopped, it may have been a rolling stop. I am also a resident of MD, does that change anything? I'm worried about points going on my license. This occurred at night, however, the officer told me everything was recorded.
You should absolutely go to court because if you are found guilty, 3 points will be added to your license. You insurance could increase as a result and if you have points on you license already, you could potentially be suspended. Call a lawyer to discuss your case. Many judges allow your lawyer to...Read more »
Call a local criminal defense attorney to discuss the case. Most of us will give you a free consultation over the phone. If you have no prior record you may be eligible for a program where the charges eventually get dropped and expunged. Good luck!
No, it’s only double Jeopardy once there is a trial in front of a judge or jury. The state is permitted to re-file charges and you should get an experienced lawyer to defend you if you have not already. Good luck
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