Can it? Yes. Will it? Well, the prosecution has to meet its burden of proof and if he is able to do that without the arresting officer, then he will proceed with his case in court-----or he may aask the Judge to continue the trial date to another date so that he can get the arresting officer to...View More
In Arkansas, if you receive a traffic ticket, the responsibility for paying the ticket typically rests with you, the recipient of the ticket. The officer's signature on the ticket is part of the process of issuing the ticket, while your signature is generally not a requirement for the ticket...View More
The process of having a speeding ticket removed or contested can vary based on the circumstances and the laws in the specific states involved. Generally, ticket removal typically involves contesting the citation in court, presenting a case for dismissal, or negotiating with the issuing authority....View More
You can receive multiple tickets for the same equipment violation. Question is what is a reasonable time. A week? 2 Weeks? probably. 2 months, probably not, you pay 2 fines. I recommend you contact several attorneys in your area that practice this type of law, as soon as possible. Thank you for...View More
Generally, objects that obstruct the driver's view may be considered a violation. If the positioning of your dash cam and the wire hanging down is deemed to obstruct your view and impair your ability to operate the vehicle safely, it could potentially result in a ticket for obstruction of the...View More
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney about the specific vehicle and traffic laws in Arkansas, in general nationwide, it could depend on the jurisdiction. In some areas, it is considered an...View More
Under the circumstance you described- "the police officer saw him driving..." yes, he can be ticketed. I recommend you contact several attorneys in your area that practice this type of law, as soon as possible. Thank you for using Justia ask a lawyer.
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A police officer cannot give a speeding ticket, for example, based on a witnesses statement that the witness saw the person speeding. On the other hand, a witness that saw a person speeding may be able to testify at court...View More
I missed court for the second time the first time was doing covid and I didn't have enough money to pay. I found out I had a warrant through Uber when they fired me I turned myself in the next day because I didn't know the severity now I thought my second court appearance was on the 9th... View More
Very good that you recognize that a lawyer can assist you. Please contact a traffic ticket or criminal defense lawyer in the Little Rock area---or contact a few lawyers----and then after speaking with them and hearing your options, hire the one with whom you feel most comfortable. While there are...View More
A local attorney must advise you because different jurisdictions can apply different doctrines for apportioning liability when multiple parties are to blame. But your question remains open for three weeks. From a textbook standpoint, the infraction against you could result in liability on your...View More
i wrecked while involved in a police chase well the officer didn’t bother to help my wife and kids that was in the truck was he supposed to detain me and then tend to them cause he didn’t and was he supposed to have my daughter turn the truck off… was the officer in the right to continue to... View More
i made a bad decision to not stop and the officer chased me 15 miles at speeds of 90 plus mph we crashed and the officer never did try to help my kids out of the truck he had my daughter turn the truck off they never stabilized the kids and they took all 4 in one ambulance they stabilized my wife... View More
Something is missing here but I would recommend that you contact a criminal defense lawyer or a few of them in the area where you are being prosecuted------discuss your matter with the lawyers and then hire the one with whom you are most comfortable. Good luck.
I assume that you were charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. First, did the police have cause to stop you and to search your vehicle? Did you consent to a search? Was the unused needle in your vehicle for a legitimate reason? There are many facts that may determine the course that you take...View More
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