best way to beat the tickets without points on my license or insurance.. also, my court dates for both tickets are on the same day, could I reschedule the court date so that my chance of the officers not showing will increase? Hellpppp!
The best way is to hire an experienced traffic attorney to handle these tickets for you. And the "officer not coming to court" is not really a reliable way to get a dismissal on a traffic ticket in NC. Depending on the county, the officer isn't even required to be present at your...Read more »
If you received that ticket in Charlotte, from the sounds of it, it is more likely that a Failure to Appear has been issued. Mecklenburg County doesn't typically issue Orders for Arrest for tickets like yours. Basically, your driving privileges in NC are indefinitely suspended.
My licenses is currently revoked because of fines in another state which I am currently paying off as well if I i can remember correctly I have missed a court date in Mecklenburg county for a speeding ticket however past fines I have been able to pay off the fact that when I called to inquire about... Read more »
If you missed a court date in Mecklenburg County for a speeding ticket, you likely have a Failure to Appear, which is not like an Order for Arrest. I would advise you to contact an experienced traffic attorney in Meck who can add that ticket back on the docket for you, and handle the Failure to...Read more »
My nephew is 17 his ex girlfriend is 15 so far she has assaulted him at school ( slapped him 18 times and spit in his face) she was suspended from school, a few weeks ago. Just today she assaulted him in a mall parking lot, punching him, pulling him out of his vehicle, slapping and punching him... Read more »
Dismissed with Leave usually means that you failed to appear in court, and enough time passed that in order to move the case off the active court docket, the case was marked as Dismissed with Leave. The "with leave" part means that the District Attorney's Office has the ability to...Read more »
Hire an experienced traffic attorney to handle this for you. Sounds like you have a Failure to Appear on that old ticket that's likely suspending your driving privileges. They will put together a plan, and will help get that old ticket back on the docket, and handle the new no license charge.
that day because my daughter had my first grandchild, I filed a motion and it was allowed. Now my new court date is coming up. I want to have my speed reduced or dismissed. The ticket stated I had a CDL A license. When a Officer in NC signs a citation what is his signature meaning?
It is rare that a speeding ticket is dismissed, but reductions are usually done, but that depends on the rate of speed and the policies of the county's District Attorney's Office. If you have a CDL, that will limit the types of resolutions possible. Not sure what you mean by the signature...Read more »
If you mean you won't own the car anymore by the court date, you can bring documentation of such to the court date (junk receipt, bill of sale, etc.), and show it to the assistant district attorney. They'll likely dismiss the charge if you can show you no longer own the car.
The ticket can be resolved quicker - an attorney could have the case moved up, or some counties participate in the online system to request reductions to tickets online before the court date. But given the nature of the charge, I recommend hiring an experienced attorney to handle this ticket for...Read more »
41/25? Sounds like that might be also in a School Zone. She should hire an experienced traffic attorney to handle that ticket for her. If this is her first ticket, an attorney will likely be able to get her a good reduction that will minimize insurance points. The possible reduction also will...Read more »
She went to the bar with some friends which I had no idea she was doing and left intoxicated, she flipped my car and hit two mailboxes. She not only received a ticket from the officer but so did I? How is this legal?
It's not usually worth your time to fight a speeding ticket (e.g., have a trial) - and they don't have to have a radar gun to find you guilty of speeding over 30mph over the speed limit. Judges will rely on the officer's training and experience to determine how fast you were driving....Read more »
I received a citation regarding a violation, where I accelerated at an intersection with yellow turning to red and by the time I started crossing, it was already red. There was already a huge truck that was turning left along with me in the parallel lane but I was charged with the violation. I am... Read more »
If you've had your tags corrected since you got that ticket, bring your updated registration card with you to court and present it to the Assistant District Attorney. If you haven't fixed the tag, I would ask for a continuance at your next court appearance, and let them know that you need...Read more »
The ticket is for failing to maintain my lane. I hit a guard rail and totaled my car, but no other vehicles were involved. The state trooper said that if I brought in a letter from my insurance company, the ticket would probably be dismissed, but I have no clue what letter that would need to be.
Contact your insurance company, and ask them for a letter confirming that your insurance company is covering the financial costs of your accident. They are very familiar with these types of letters; they issue them all the time. Bring that letter with you to court, and the ticket will likely be...Read more »
You've had a pending DWI for 3 years? Sounds like you should be speaking with an attorney regarding your case - you have what we call a Turner issue. There is some current litigation concerning the statute of limitations that the State has to prosecute people charged with misdemeanors, like...Read more »
My DWI was dismissed late last year. I was told I could get my arrest expunged and removed from my record. The Clerk of Court was not allowed to give me legal advice, but they gave me a list of forms for expunction. I cannot seem to find the right form to use. I thought it would be PETITION AND... Read more »
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