Q: Speeding 15 over and had expire insurance. What do I do.
I share an insurance plan with my mom and I guess since I don't pay it I kind of just forgot when it expires and kind of figured my mom would renew and give me a new card, but that didnt happen. The officer said if I provide proof of insurance at the court date the fee will be waived. I've never been to court before and have no idea what to do. Do I plead not guilty and show my new insurance or can I plead guilty and show my insurance or do I not have to plead at all. I have no idea how this works. For the speeding ticket I just assumed I would plead guilty and pay the fine and hope they offer the driving course.
A: Go to court at the designated date and time. When your case is called, come forward and have your proof of insurance available. Hear the offer they make and hope it's court supervision on both tickets.
if not on both then on the no insurance for sure. if you do not get supervision on that one you will be suspended for a year and cannot apply for any driving relief.
The judge is required by court rules to explain the procedure before the hearing starts (there will be other cases up at the same date and time not just yours)
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