I was going 84 in a 45, while this is not my first ticket, and that ticket never counted against my license and I did traffic school, I’m not sure what to expect. Since this ticket is not prepayable, can I set up a payment plan after court?
The court will generally give you a few months to pay fines and costs. You can make partial payments if you want. If you’re in a really big bind you can ask the judge for even more time to pay your fines and costs
It depends what county you’re in but hiring attorney for any speeding ticket over 20 mph over is typically worth it because you can get a reduced charged or possibly a County Attorney or state traffic school diversion program. Having a local attorney is much easier than trying to do it yourself...Read more »
I’m not sure what your question is but you need to hire an attorney and get these bench warrants taken care of. You don’t want to get arrested or lose your license over things that can’t be taken care of in court.
In Kentucky you will likely expect an offer that includes pleading guilty to a charge of speeding 26 mph greater. Your license in Kentucky would be subject to a probation or suspension hearing. Since you’re out of state you could also face restrictions through your state department of...Read more »
As I was walking towards the door and down the steeps and to my truck I turned around and a gun was pointed at me buy the grandfather..as i was walling towards the door my equipment was there as I leaned down to get my equipment the lady pushed me and said don't touch my paint..As I walked to... Read more »
Offers on cases can vary wildly based on the facts, the record of the defendant the prosecutor and the judge. Obviously this person is looking at felony time but if they have no record at all they still have a chance at probation if they have a past record of drugs they are more likely to do some...Read more »
My husbands ex has been harassing me for years now. She’s made numerous fake accounts, she’s threatened me, downloaded text apps to text my husband (he had to get his number changed) she made a fake Facebook and was commenting on photos of my daughter calling her ugly. She made a fake Snapchat... Read more »
I will contact your local County Attorney or Police and pursue criminal charges of Harassment and Theft of Identity. You can also hire a civil attorney to write a cease and desist letter to her and if it does not stop you could pursue a lawsuit.
I asked about my ex getting a 1st degree strangulation charge a few days ago. When he went to jail I told the police I didn't want to worry about the epo, I just wanted to get my things and leave. But I'm wondering if me not getting it will make the court think differently than if I had... Read more »
I was doing 80mph on a 40mph speed limit and got charged for that and got charged for careless driving. I've never gotten a ticket before and this was my first offense. When they pulled me over on the spot they didn't take my license away or have me arrested. And I got a non prepayable... Read more »
If you have to plead to that speed you will be subject to a license hearing where you will either get probation or suspension. If you have no record and you have an attorney you have a decent chance at probation rather than license suspension.
My husband had surgery last Wednesday and was given opiates for pain. He’s also bipolar and takes his meds religiously. The opiates he was prescribed caused him to be manic and he became aggressive and assaulted me. He is 49 and has no criminal history. What are the chances of these charges being... Read more »
The state of Ky charged my ex-bf with assault and wanton endangerment. He hired a lawyer who's also a state senator, began sleeping with her, provided a new vehicle for her to drive, and she's basically living with him. My ex was arrested for violating our DVO and she bailed him out..... Read more »
Persistent felony offender enhances offenses up to two levels. A lot of times you can negotiate a plea deal and get rid of the persistent offender in exchange for plea of guilty. The big hammer with persistent felony offender in the first degree is that some offenses turn into mandatory 10 years...Read more »
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