Q: I am getting a plea bargain application with the original charge of speeding 1180D and the reduced charge of 1110 A
I am getting a plea bargain application with the original charge of speeding 1180D and the reduced charge of 1110 A Disobeying Tfc Device. Should I accept it or decline it?
A: Thank you for your question. Whether or not a reduction from a Speeding Ticket to a lesser charge is a good deal or not can depend on many factors, including the facts of the case, the speed you are alleged to have been driving, your driving record and the jurisdiction in which you received the ticket. There are many traffic ticket attorneys who would be glad to discuss this matter with you and it would be a good idea to contact an attorney and discuss your options before you accept or reject this offer.
A: It depends on the nature of the original speeding allegation, your driving history, current status and point of your license, the court where your matter is pending, etc. 1110-A can be a reasonable offer for some drivers but should not be taken lightly without through analysis and review of your driving records.
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