Wisconsin's Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) laws state that individuals with a learner's permit (temps) must be accompanied by a qualified supervising driver who is at least 21 years old and has a valid driver's license. The supervising driver should also be seated in the front passenger seat.
I was recently involved in a vehicle accident, and I would like to fight the citation for failure to yield when there's no yield sign one and two I was already in the middle of my turn when the vehicle came flying down the road.
A Wisconsin attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. By now, you may have already involved a traffic ticket attorney to challenge the citation. As a general matter nationwide, there are settings where a yield sign is not necessarily required for such a...View More
You should do an attorney search for Wisconsin traffic ticket lawyers, contact a few of them and discuss your case specifically and obtain your options, and then hire the traffic ticket lawyer with whom you are most comfortable.
I have PTSD from a car accident I was in and after that I have struggled with anxiety while driving or being in a car and with speeding resulting in many tickets and having to take a non optional driving course. Why was this course non optional to me...was it because of so many tickets within a set... View More
so I got my license revoked in Wisconsin because of a dui 2 years ago, I'm eligible for reinstatement starting tomorrow. I'm also moving to Illinois in 4 days, do I still have to pay reinstatement in Wisconsin, or can I just get my license in Illinois?
Section 343.38(1) of the Wisconsin Statutes requires you to comply with the reinstatement requirements, including paying a $200 reinstatement fee. The court ordered that the DMV revoke your operating privilege for 2 years, but this does not mean your privilege to drive is automatically reinstated....View More
there are so many different areas involved i dont know what to do. someone used me not too long ago and i got myself into a situation with traffic tickets and child restraint.... its gone into harasment, threats (veiled and transphopic). this person used my mental health shortcomings against me and... View More
I am sorry that you are going through what appears to be a very challenging period in your life. That said, I am also sorry that I cannot figure out what it is you really are trying to communicate and what the best approach would be in providing you with the counsel you need. That notwithstanding,...View More
Without additional facts and circumstances which led or may have led to the accident in question, I am inclined to believe that you are better off taking the "failure to report an accident". The Failure To Report an Accident does not directly involve your operation of your vehicle as it...View More
License will probably be revoked by the DMV in 30 days from test notice of over .02 by police if you don't ask for an administrative hearing within 10 or 13 days depending. Was the stop/arrest valid? Was the test accurate? a skilled attorney on these questions can help.
The following cases remain on CCAP for 5 Years. Traffic Forfeiture Cases (TR)
Non-Traffic Ordinance Violation Cases (FO). Motor vehicle records are a little different and the answere is more complex.. Depends on where Uber is looking. Ask Uber what you can do to assure them that you are...View More
The warrants are in Racine and Milwaukee. I was going to go to intake court in Milwaukee and they informed that they would hold me for the warrant in Racine and if I tried to go in for the one in Racine first that they would hold me for the one In Milwaukee. I'm trying to avoid being processed... View More
I was in a car accident with a bus on an unplowed roadway and I was given a ticket for driving too fast for conditions. I was going well under the limit, but was unable to stop safely because of the poor road conditions.
The law would tend to say you should have anticipated and 1)driven even slower 2) not driven. You should fight the ticket, because you will argue that you were driving way slowly and at that particular location not slowly enough.
Second reason is that a government is given reasonable time...View More
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