Q: Ticket for dark tint on my vehicle that was a fleet veh I purch from dealership.my Dr wrote letter to judge asking for
Me too please keep my tint due to my anxiety disorder. The tint has been a tremendous help to me and no longer need 60 pills/mo (for many years) to leave the house. My issue is that the court is asking for me to send any evidence in by a certain date for a trial without appearing and the decision will be mailed to me.
The vehicle year, make and model on my ticket was not my vehicle that I was pulled over for as well.
I'm not willing to take my tint off and go back on the klonopin, any advise or insight?
A: Sorry to hear about your situation. Usually the Court makes an exception to the tinted window law if you have a visual impairment that requires additional tinting. But if you have a legitimate medical need you may be able to convince the court to dismiss. An alternative is to plead guilty and pay a fine, without removing the tinting. If you do this, you can be cited again and pay more fines. Contact a local traffic ticket attorney in Salem, for the best advice.
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