I have a ticket from 11 years ago in an Illinois court for speeding. I went to inquire about the statue of limitation and was informed the judge entered a plea of Guilt for me. I want to know if that is legal.
Police have been harassing us we currently bought a car in February we have not yet been able to tag and they wrote a sightation for derelict vehicle because it hasn't yet been tagged Its in our driveway not on road or in a parking lot
I honestly have never heard of a derelict vehicle but I have heard of a citation for an unregistered one. Whether your vehicle is on the road or not, you need to have it registered as soon as possible in order to stop receiving further citations.
I was told that if I were a Kentucky resident I would lose my drivers license for this offense. Further, since I am a resident of Missouri, the same circumstance could apply as a Missouri driver. Is this true?
Assuming this is your only offense and you are a non-cdl driver, no you will not lose your license. Do you need to get an attorney, Yes I recommend getting an attorney and getting your ticket amended to a non-moving violation. In Missouri they department of revenue adds points to your record and...Read more »
The current answer is no. This is actually an interesting question because the Missouri Supreme court is going to decide the answer to your question very soon. The Missouri supreme court in August of 2015 ruled in the case of State of Missouri vs. McCoy, that it was constitutional for the...Read more »
This question all depends on the crime that was allegedly committed. Missouri Revised statute has a long list of crimes and the statute of limitations on filing. I will post the entire statute below but will summarize in the following sentences. Homicide and higher end sex crimes have no statute...Read more »
This is all left up to the prosecutor if they have enough evidence or if the judge feels their is not enough evidence on motion to dismiss. But there is a bigger problem here, this case could get amended from robbery and assault with a deadly weapon to murder in the second degree. Under Missouri...Read more »
I am told by the prosecutor he is not seeking jail time. However, i do not want this charge on my record. I cannot afford an attorney, i do not have a place of my own at this time and am not working. What is the scenario and possible outcomes if she chooses not to... Read more »
It is tough to have a case if there are no witnesses. If your sister is the only witness and refuses to testify, then the prosecution has no evidence and will probably drop the case. However, since there was a ticket I am guessing a police officer might be able to provide testimony, if that is...Read more »
Well there would appear to be multiple violations committed here. The first I will focus on is Section 304.012.1, commonly known as "careless and Imprudent" which makes careless driving a Class B misdemeanor which is punishable by a $500 fine and or six months in jail, and 4 points on your...Read more »
They most certainly can get in trouble. The crime is statutory sodomy Section 566.064 of the missouri revised statutes states the following. 566.064. 1. A person commits the crime of statutory sodomy in the second degree if being twenty-one years of age or older, he has deviate sexual...Read more »
A few months ago I was ticketed for speeding. I got a lawyer to go to court and she got it changed to what the receipt says, "no muffler". I'm filling out my profile for a job website and it asks if I have been cited for a moving traffic violation in the past 5 years. Do I say yes or no? I was... Read more »
This is new to me to see the word "cited" instead of "convicted." Since the word, "cited" is what is used, you have been cited with a speeding ticket. You received a citation from the officer but were not convicted by the court. The big deal is if you lie in this situation. Better to just tell...Read more »
Not having the correct tags on your car is a violation of the law. The police in several states have what is called a "wolf pack system" that automatically reads the plates on your car. The plates on your car are always in plain view and an officer can run them at any time. You also give up...Read more »
Honestly I cannot see why not. A cursory glance at California law shows that bicycle law is governed by the department of motor vehicles. Missouri bases its laws on motor vehicles. Also you did not specify if those tickets are outstanding or not. If they are and that can suspend your license in...Read more »
Was pulled over for not coming to a complete stop before making a right turn at a red light. However my ticket is for not signaling before turning/ when changing lanes. Is this grounds for dismissal? Do I still need to appear in court?
There is reality and what is on paper. The answer in general is no. He can claim he saw you do both and wrote a ticket for only one. The other problem is proving he lied and the cost of having an actual trial to get an officer on the stand and getting him to admit what occurred. This is all...Read more »
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