Im 33 years old and this is my first accident. I have had 1 speeding ticket about 10 years ago. I was on a 2 lane, passable road. I was behind a woman on her phone, obviously distracted and not knowing where she was going. She was going 10-15 miles an hour on a 30 mph road and kept stopping every... Read more »
I am filling out a "Notice of Related Cases" in relation to having my name legally changed. All I have on my record is a pair of civil traffic cases, but they are both closed cases. I verified they are closed through Duval County's CORE Website.
I got a speeding ticket in Georgia and my license got suspended due to failed to appear (I have florida driver license) i have got an attorney in Georgia(he only practice in Georgia and he's not aware of Florida low), and the state offers me if i play guilty i can ask... Read more »
You cannot get that "removed" from the record, though you could beat the ticket, which would create a record that you beat the ticket. REGARDLESS of what the record shows, or doesn't show, the other person can sue you for bodily injury and/or property damage, but to prevail, must...Read more »
My brother violated with a misdemeanor traffic charge it’s his first vop and Columbia county gave the crime time served only problem is dec 4 will be his 30th day lock up without them coming to get him what would be the process of having him released or who could I talk to about him being... Read more »
Searched and I received a ticket for possession of paraphernalia would this be illegal search and seizure since a driver received no tickets for the initial stop because without that stop I would have never been searched
I have outstanding court costs that have gone to collections from 2010 to 2017 I was wondering if there was any way that I can get my license back without having to pay the full amount do to me living on social security income
You may be able to work something out with the clerk's office to get a clearance on your license. That may all depend on the number of cases that are pending and the locations of the tickets issued. Or, you may wish to contact a lawyer.
In Florida, violations of mandatory seat belt laws are subject to "primary enforcement". To my knowledge, there is no "secondary enforcement" in Florida for any violation of the traffic laws. See...Read more »
I recieved a ticket in Georgia but failed to appear at court because I became homeless and had to move to Florida. My license was suspended due to this fact. I just paid the ticket fee and the failure to appear fee yesterday but it said to get license reinstated that I needed to obtain a FTA... Read more »
My wife a long time ago was living in Miami Florida and she did not know at the time about getting a drivers license there. So she had her German license when she was pulled over. So what is driving without a valid license considered? Is it considered a Misdemeanor?
This is posted under Admiralty/Maritime, but I am not able to cross-reference any federal maritime statutes under those letters and digits. If it is a case citation, one possibility is Moorish National Republic Federal Government #AA222141 et al v. US Department of State et al, US District Court...Read more »
I purchased a new car on a Sunday (when the DMV is not open). I drove it home and got pulled over for not having the car registered in my name. I showed the officers the title with my name and signature and they still ticketed me. I had called The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor... Read more »
I suspect that technically the officer who ticketed you was correct. But if you can prove what the department told you, it may be possible to get the ticket dismissed. Can you get something in writing from whoever you talked to?
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