Peter Munsing's answer Means the berm shouldn't be used for travel, the highway is. Thus "driving in lanes meant for travel" is the vehicular code perverse citation for didn't stay in lane of travel and went off the side of the road.
Stewart Whaley's answer Probably. There are SEVERAL rules/restrictions for vehicle lights in Arkansas (placement, color, height, alignment of the light beams, number of feet were the beam's center point must be, etc.).
Finding a way to install purple lights of some kind and NOT violate one or more of them would be difficult (maybe not possible).
-I'm not your attorney and this is not legal advice.
Stewart Whaley's answer Yes. I have received 2 tickets for backing into vehicles. The key is what to do AFTER you get the ticket. If you need to contest it for insurance or other reasons, hire an attorney.
Stewart Whaley's answer Hire an attorney to appear for you on the Failure To Appear (FTA) warrant, so you don’t have to come here. Once the warrant is settled, said atty can work on resolution of the charge.
I’m a lawyer. I’m not your lawyer. This is my opinion and not legal advice.
Stewart Whaley's answer He can be violated if he is convicted of a new offense or violates any condition of parole. It sounds like that is exactly what happened, unfortunately. www.paroleboard.arkansas.gov/FAQs/
James E Hensley Jr's answer There is no constitutional right to drive. Driving is a privilege. That means you have to do what it takes to have the license and follow the rules. If you driver's license is suspended, you may be able to get a permit to drive to work, school, medical, lawyer, etc. You will have to visit any Revenue Department in Arkansas.
James E Hensley Jr's answer It's only a traffic offense. You will not lose your job or license. Go to court and ask the prosecutor to keep this off your record. If it is clean, you might have to pay a few bucks more on the fine but should be able to keep it off your record.
If the Court denies your request to keep it off your record, then wait six months and file a motion to seal. You can get this from the clerk at the court usually. Quite often, the Court will sign your order and then make sure it gets sent...
Adam Joseph Childers' answer I would if I was in your position. There are number of things that can happen, the prosecutor can reduce the charge or work something out. Does not hurt to fight the ticket.
Richard Lane Hughes' answer You need to have an attorney arrange for you to appear in each Court and surrender on the warrants. You may be able to set up a time pay if you are guilty of the underlying offense and plead guilty to them.
If you get stopped by police you may be detained with those warrants outstanding.
Adam Joseph Childers' answer There are certain laws and regs that I would need to look at in order to determine whether your electric Scooter would require a license, my gut says yes. But, I think your best opportunity to get rid of this ticket or to try to downgrade it to some other small non-moving violation would be contacting an attorney too get it done.
Adam Joseph Childers' answer I'm don't understand what you mean by does your driving record show there are no citations. But driver control should be able to answer your questions about your record being released or getting your license back.
Adam Joseph Childers' answer With fines and court costs you can be charged more than $265.00. It depends on the court and the judge as to what your fine will be for careless. Best bet is to negotiate it with the prosecutor if possible.
Adam Joseph Childers' answer If you do not have temporary tags from an authorized dealer then you will want to call the DFA and inquiry about getting a temporary tag. If you ride around with your old tags and an officer pulls you over they will immediately be able to determine that your tags go to another vehicle and will get you with fictitious tags.
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