The rule in GA is that if you are unable 18 years old, the GA Department of Driver Services will suspend your driver's license for 6 months if you accrue 4 or more points on your driving record within a 12 month period.
I have been under investigation for driver's license fraud for about 8 years. Knowing that the statute of limitations have been up, these investigators are putting me through the same things. They are not putting the case through the courts or giving me my license, they keep telling me i... Read more »
it is my first ticket and i am 19 years old and i have no idea what i can do especially since he gave me a break what should i do and how much should i expect to pay? it says there is a court notice but no court case number so am i able to just pay it online or do i still have to show up to court?... Read more »
It is great that the police officer reduced your ticket to 78 mph in a 65 mph zone because if you were convicted of speeding 92 mph in a 65 mph zone, pursuant to GA law, you would suffer a 6 month license suspension since you are under 21 years of age.
The Georgia code 40-1-1 states "Highway" means the entire width between the boundary lines of every way publicly maintained when any part thereof is open to the use of the public for purposes of vehicular travel.
Generally speaking, in GA there are two types of DUI charges. A per se DUI is a a DUI charge in which a blood, breath or urine test is given and the test result is greater than the legal limit which is. 08.
A DUI less safe is a DUI charge in which the police officer is essentially alleging...Read more »
If the Court changed the court date because of the Coronavirus then it would generally follow that your prior court date no longer controls. I am often able to resolve many traffic ticket cases by keeping the ticket off of my client's driving record without my client...Read more »
Yes, this happens all of the time in the case of car accidents. In most of these cases, police do not witness the actual accident. They must, to the best of their ability, determine the circumstances which caused the accident using their own observations upon arrival, the testimony of the...Read more »
In most cases when you receive a traffic citation, information regarding your court date, time, and location can be found towards the bottom of your copy of the citation. If your initial court date was rescheduled, the court would have mailed notice of the rescheduled date to the address for you...Read more »
'Sorry that your post remains open. It may be a moot point by now if you already arranged a Georgia attorney to handle the matter, or if it was already heard. As a general matter, they're difficult scenarios. But there are sometimes mitigating factors - excessive speed of an oncoming car,...Read more »
I got a ticket because my registration was revoked due to lapse of insurance. I got my car insured, got my tag and registration fixed after paying all fines through the DDS. I paid my ticket before my court date and received a letter saying my license was suspended because of my ticket. I thought I... Read more »
If you plead guilty (by paying the ticket) to driving on suspended registration it triggers a 6 month suspension of your drivers license. You need to contact a Georgia traffic attorney to see if you can withdraw your guilty plea and try to negotiate a plea to a different offense.
I hit a car and notified owner of place but not vehicle. I left and got a call because someone got my tag number. I returned to the scene the next day and was givien a citation. I have to go to court so will i have to serve jail time for this? I already have 3 points on my license also. If i get... Read more »
A judge can sentence you for up to 12 months in jail and $1,000 fine for any misdemeanor charge. I would recommend contacting a local criminal defense attorney to get specific information about the court where the charge is pending.
If you go to the court date, the judge may be able to place you on probation for up to 12 months so that you can pay the fine off during that time. I would also ask the prosecutor to drop the speed by 10 m.p.h. so it doesn't carry any points on your license.
Three weeks later they are charging me $222 for something called a super speeder my question is do I have the right to pay for this additional fee after I have already paid for the ticket and why do they have the right to add on additional fees after I have already paid for my ticket
You don't need to bring your citation to court, the main thing is to not forget the date, time, and place to show up. When they call your name, you can plead not guilty. Then ask to speak with the prosecutor to see if they can change the offense to something else that would carry no points.
The answer is, it depends. Georgia law requires the driver of a vehicle, meeting any stopped school bus, stop before reaching the bus when the visual signals indicating that traffic should stop are in operation.
It may be best to consult an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of...Read more »
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