Q: I got pulled over and I did not have my wallet on me and that has everything meaning insurance card and my license and
The rez cop told me that his printer was not working and that I was sighted for no insurance,( I do have insurance) no seat belt and speeding when I know that I was not going over 60 cuz I did have my cruise on,but the rez cop said that I was going 68 but he brought it down to 64 in a 55. That I should look for it in the mail. What should I do? And I still have not recieved the ticket and i was pulled over on Aug 5th 2020.
A: You should have a lawyer help keep all of this off your record or you’ll end up paying increased insurance.
A: You can provide proof of insurance after the fact, once you are charged, and the charge will be dismissed. The speeding ticket will ultimate be an issue of credibility, but you might still be able to keep it off of your record. An attorney can help.
A: Wait for the ticket. With luck, perhaps the police officer decided after-the-fact to cut you a break. But if he forgot, no need to call and remind him. If you do ever get it, the no insurance should get dropped when you show proof of coverage that day. On the speed, 60 in a 55 is still a violation. But check to see if the Minnesota "Dimmler law" applies on a Minnesota Indian reservation. If you ever get the ticket ...
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