Juan Ooink's answer Yes, but only if you or your attorney appear in court and request it and you are 19 or older. If you mail in the ticket and request Court Supervision, will have to complete Traffic Safety School.
Juan Ooink's answer Your tickets will not be suspended. It is possible the expired registration will be dismissed but the other two tickets will be an issue. You have, what has already been mentioned, late compliance regarding the no insurance ticket, which is good but will not get the ticket dismissed. You must show up to court with that proof of insurance. As for the speeding ticket, depending on your driving history, you should be eligible for Court Supervision. You should seriously consider hiring an attorney...
Juan Ooink's answer You can always contest a ticket, but that does not mean you will be successful. If you plan on fighting the ticket, that means you plan on going to trial and you should hire an attorney to assist you if you really want to go to trial.
Juan Ooink's answer Yes, an attorney can assist you with this matter. An attorney would file a Motion to have the case brought back before the Judge to see if there is anything that can be done about the fine amount. You need to handle this right away because the longer you wait the less likely you will see the fine reduced.
Juan Ooink's answer If you are facing a Misdemeanor Speeding Ticket, you really should have an attorney by your side when you appear in court. Talk to your parents and have them hire an attorney for you right away. The sooner you hire an attorney, the sooner that attorney can start working on your case.
Juan Ooink's answer It all depends on where you have to be in court. Some counties will dismiss charges when the officer is not in court, others require that the matter be set for trial and that the officer not appear on the trial date.
Juan Ooink's answer You are facing a Misdemeanor offense and you will need an attorney to assist you with this matter. The sooner you hire an attorney the better, so that attorney can start working on the case.
Juan Ooink's answer Not really sure what you are looking for with an answer from this question. If you have been charged with a DUI, you need to hire an attorney right away. The sooner you hire an attorney, the sooner that attorney can start working on your case. There are time sensitive matters when dealing with a DUI and the longer you wait the harder it gets for an attorney to handle your case.
Juan Ooink's answer This is not a question that can be answered here because it is entirely way to general. You should hire an attorney to assist you with this matter. That attorney will be able to gather the needed information in order to answer this question.
Juan Ooink's answer This is something for you to discuss with your attorney. Your attorney will have all of the needed information in order to answer this question. If you have not hired an attorney yet, you should do so right away. The sooner you hire an attorney the sooner that attorney can start working on the case. That attorney will move to preserve any video available, but that needs to happen right away, so do not hesitate, hire an attorney now.
Juan Ooink's answer Unfortunately, it is not up to your sister what the defendant is charged with. It is up to the State, who is the prosecutor. I suggest reaching out to the State and giving them an update on her status on what issues she is facing.
Juan Ooink's answer First, you should plan on showing up to court with a valid license. Second, if you are not able to clear your license before the court date, you should hire an attorney right away to assist you with this matter. Finally, as the other attorneys have already said, the $1,500.00 is not the fine, it is the bond.
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