Urbandale, IA asked in Traffic Tickets for Nebraska

Q: I have autism. New unexpected situations are difficult. I might have to appear in court how can I make it easier

I have autism. I struggle with a lot of things most of which I hide because I can control everything. I have a stupid question. I got a court appearance ticket for traffic accident. I don't know how to act in court. I do know the general idea, but not all the rules. The not knowing makes me nervous. Is there a way to get a better understanding of what to expect. Would talking to the prosecutor about autism be appropriate or not? I don't intend to fight the ticket. I would simply like to avoid having a meltdown or shutdown in open court. Those are struggles I would prefer to remain private. Sorry way too much info I just don't know what to do

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Brendan Michael Kelly

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  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • Omaha, NE
  • Licensed in Nebraska

A: Get a lawyer to help. Part of a lawyers job is to help people facing trouble and doing the talking for them.

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