Q: Can police give a ticket to a CMV for restricted road by mail with only pics of the truck?(no road signs in picture)
Truck is pictured on this restricted road, although truck had a delivery on this road. The witness claims truck was involved in an accident with a parked car but there is no evidence of this other than car damage photos and the truck on this road. The truck shows no damage whatsoever, The picture has no road signs, only buildings. The officer taking the report is asking questions via text and phone. Can he give us a ticket for the restricted road based only on the photo and eyewitness testimony?
A: The restricted road sign is the least of your worries. The big problem is the leaving the scene of an accident charge. Because even if no damage existed to your vehicle it does not mean that no damage was on the lighter Vehicle simple physics tells you that. A leaving the scene of an accident charge carries up to 30 days in jail and a mandatory 6 months loss of license. Get yourself a good lawyer immediately as you should not be speaking to the police without a good lawyer on your side.
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