Im 19 clean driving record and got pulled over in a school zone, 38 in a 20 what should I expect with or without a lawyer. I had a discussion with the officer on the side of the road that there was cars near me and he said that didn't matter. I was unaware I was still in the school zone and the... Read more »
Without an attorney, you are looking at a conviction and an increase in your insurance premiums. With an attorney, that attorney will try to get the ticket amended out of a school zone and get you Court Supervision, which your insurance company will never see. Hire an attorney.
My sister was driving my car and it didn’t have insurance at the time. She got hit by a car and got a ticket for not having insurance. She has court in a few days and I still haven’t been able to put her under my insurance policy but the car has insurance now. My question is, is having the... Read more »
If you driving record is clear, you can request Court Supervision and you will have to pay a fine. If you have had a number of tickets in the past, it will be a little harder to get Court Supervision. If you are really concerned, you can hire an attorney to assist you with this matter to put your...Read more »
I'm a 17 yr old MO resident and got an IL ticket for 54 in a 35 construction zone from Alexander Co
I have 2 pts in MO for speeding already. I need my license for work and school and can't afford a lawyer or suspension. Should I just pay or is there a chance going before the judge would... Read more »
Due to your age and the type of ticket you received, I believe your ticket should have or has been marked as "Court Appearance Required", which means you do not have a choice in the matter, you have to appear in court on the scheduled court date. Hiring an attorney will help you prevent issues with...Read more »
Please stop asking the same question over and over. I have already answered your same question a number of times. If the Police ask you your name and you either refuse to give them your name or give a false name, you can and will be charged with obstruction. You have been charged with an offense,...Read more »
What? Your question is confusing. If the Police ask you to identify yourself and you refuse to do so or give a false name, you absolutely can and will be charged with Obstruction. If you have been charged with any offense, you need to hire a criminal defense attorney right away. The sooner you hire...Read more »
If the Ticket is marked as "No Court Appearance Required", you could mail it in and request Court Supervision but you will have to complete Traffic Safety School. If the Ticket is marked as "Court Appearance Required", you will have to appear in court and request Court Supervision, but you will...Read more »
How can I get these charges dropped because he is a really good guy and everyone will tell you that, we are losing our home and so stressed out trying to figure it all out and we both snapped in each other.
Yes, you should go to the Court date and request Court Supervision. If you receive Court Supervision, your insurance company will not find out about this ticket and it will save you money in the long run.
You should hire an attorney before you do anything. That attorney will be able to file a Motion To Reduce Bond and have it heard in Court. You will have to appear in court with that attorney on the hearing date. The sooner you do this the better.
Your first step is to hire a criminal defense attorney right away and listen to what the attorney has to say. The warrant on your matter will remain outstanding until it is either executed or you deal with it in court. The sooner you hire an attorney, the better.
Please something useful I have been away from the usa living abroad and I’m losing my mental health I miss my family and friends , is there anyway I could get the bond reduced from 10 million which is outrageous
You need to hire an attorney right away to assist you with this matter. The warrant on your case will remain outstanding until it is either executed or you deal with it in court. The sooner you handle this matter, the better.
It all depends on why your vehicle was seized. If you vehicle was seized to a drug offense or driving offense, you need an attorney that handles forfeiture matters. If you vehicle was seized/reposed, you need a civil attorney to assist you. Typically, seizure is due to a criminal offense, I suggest...Read more »
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