Asked in Traffic Tickets, Legal Malpractice and Probate for Georgia

Q: Is it true georgia probate courts wont suspend a new trial motion Even after The 30 day time Limit?

Soeeding ticket in georgia. The construction zone signage do not confoRm to georgia law concerning where signs should be, the distance signage should be, cop was shooting lidar right as you come out of curve at the bottom of a hill That was more than 7% grade— ( O.C.G.A. 40-14-9)—

cop lied twice under other- one lie i pointed out to thw judge on video and she ignored it. The Asst. DA lied to judge by telling the judge that the orange diamond shaped sign that has an arrow at top pointing up with 45Mon labeled underneath the arrow was a reduced speed ahead sign, which its not. Its a 45Mph ahead sign and doesnt remotely conform to The shape, color, nor did it bear the legend “ Reduced Speed Ahead” as Ga Law require— (O.C.G.A. 40-6-188 subsec C para 2) even if it WAS a reduced speed sign i i said, , its not at least 600ft before start of construction which it has ti be if speed is dropped by 10mph or more, (O.C.G.A. 40-6-188 Subsection C paragraph 2)

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Jammie Taire
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Jammie Taire
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  • Probate Lawyer
  • Snellville, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: You would need to post this in traffic tickets. This is not a probate question. Sorry.

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