I handed him my insurance info with the registration folder and it had my last cars info in it also since i had only just purchased my new car. This happend on the ohio turnpike. And im from out of state.
That is very unlikely. Depending upon the seriosness of the offense, If you plead or are found guilty, most 1st offenders pay a fine, and may have probation. You may also be eligible to have the misdemeanor dismissed orreduced to a simple non criminal traffic citation. It's always a good idea to...Read more »
I was in front of my house, on the opposite side of street where the school bus was, and about to turn into the driveway ahead and drop my youngest off at his bus stop. I explained to the officer that I had a lot on my mind at the time, causing me to not realize the red lights were up on the bus at... Read more »
Call the Court and ask to set the matter for a "formal hearing". Go to the Secty of State and get a copy of your full driving record and take it with you to court. Sit with the City Attorney handling your case. Explain what happened, show her your good driving record and ask them to reduce the...Read more »
Your question is very simple to ask, but very complicated to answer. The short answer is, you must include Social Security payments in your monthly budget on Schedule I. Your budgeted monthly living expenses will be deducted from your monthly income to determine how much your monthly plan...Read more »
Much depends upon what infractions are in those tickets. If they are only civil traffic matters, you have probably been defaulted and are responsible to pay them. However, some tickets are actually criminal misdemeanors which are punishable by fees, fines, costs, and depending upon the...Read more »
Probably not, but you should definitely contact an attorney who handles traffic matters near you. Hire him/her to set this matter for a hearing and to appear with you at the hearing. If your record is otherwise clear, he/she may be able to resolve the case with no points and no record. It is...Read more »
I was notified on a Friday by the 12th precinct that my car was recovered on Thursday (the day before) and now was in their custody at a tow yard. I had to pay almost $300 to get it back, but shouldn’t I have been notified the Thursday they found it so I could have the option to tow it to my home... Read more »
There is no statute which requires the police to notify you that quickly or that requires them to leave the vehicle where it is found, notify you, and wait for you to tow it. It could be in a dangerous place, on someone else's property, or pose a risk to traffic. They tow the vehicle to secure it...Read more »
I got arrested for driving without insurance in the state of Michigan but didn’t go to jail, I got released. I got my car out of the impound, I have a court date in about 2 weeks. Can I legally sell my car to pay off my ticket before the court date? Or will I get in more trouble for selling the... Read more »
It is not unlawful for you to sell your car. It is unlawful to operate it without having it insured or operating it without proof of insurance. If you had insurance at the time of the ticket, you may present the proof of insurance to the Court, who will, upon payment of an administrative fee will...Read more »
My son was pulled over with a friend in my car. The cop ask for his registration proof of insurance and licence. My son gave home his licence and the vehicle registration. He couldn't find the proof of insurance. The cop said that ok they can look it up. He then asked my son if they could... Read more »
You did not mention the specific citations that were issued. However, most infractions, including defective equipment violations are issued to the driver, not the owner. It is an infraction to drive a vehicle that does not comply, not to own one. There are citations that can be issued to an owner...Read more »
The other attorney's answers are absolutely clear and correct. Sending a written letter is the best ways to protect her and preserve any legal issues if you want to pursue legal actions against a collector. But, in the short term, to give her some way of fighting back, you may want record your...Read more »
I agree with the others. You are under no legal obligation to tell your partner about what you did to resolve a prior financial crisis. But if the root causes of the bankruptcy were due to your bad habits, bad choices or health issues, and if you still struggle with those issues, you would be...Read more »
it's unlikely that a car dealer will sell to you alone, without an adult, because minors may void a contract until their 18th birthday. But, if they do, the dealer will apply for the plate for you. You are not required to be a licensed driver to purchase a car, but you have to be licensed to...Read more »
I agree with Mr. Ford. If you request a hearing and bring proof that you purchased the tags, and if your record is otherwise clean, you can ask for the citation to be dismissed, with costs, or ask that it be reduced to a different offence without points and that is not reported on your record....Read more »
Your question is complicated. In a Chapter 7 case, a Trustee is appointed. The Trustee's purpose is to sell any of your assets that he/she can, including a house or land. Whether or not the Trustee can sell your property is a complicated legal question. It cannot be answered without a in-depth...Read more »
No. An Emergency Bankruptcy refers to the quick filing of the case to stop a foreclosure or other imminent creditor actions. The documents that are filed in and emergency case are very minimal, only the bare minimum of documents and information is filed, just enough to start the bankruptcy case...Read more »
This was my first ticket. The officer said I was doing 48 in a 25 Zone. He wrote the ticket for 5 miles over. I am on a fixed income. I will be going to court next week in Warren Michigan. How do I approach the judge. Is there a way of getting the ticket dismissed? The ticket stated 48 miles over... Read more »
It may difficult to get the ticket dismissed, unless you request a formal hearing and the officer fails to appear. Otherwise you are advised to try to negotiate the ticket down to a lessor offense with fewer points and/or fees. It is well worth the cost to have an attorney appear with you.
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