You will have to bring a parent with you to court. If this is your first ticket, you should receive Court Supervision, a fine and have to complete Traffic Safety School. Failure to appear in court with a parent will result in you having to come back to court with a parent, so do not try and hide...Read more »
He did not come to a full and complete stop at a stop sign. He does NOT have to appear in court but he does not want to have this on his record. By pleading guilty and paying the fine through the mail, does it stay on his record? For how long? Is he on probation? THANKS for your help!
This is what is called aggravated speeding. In your case it is a class B misdemeanor, or in other words, a criminal offense. If you have not had supervision or been convicted of an aggravated speeder in the past, you can request supervision but you will be pleading guilty to a crime. Consider...Read more »
I got a ticket for Scott’s law in June and was put on court supervision. I recently got another ticket for speeding and the officer said I don’t have to go to court and I could just pay the fine and request court supervision. I’m not sure if he could see I was already on court supervision for... Read more »
Technically, you can receive court supervision twice within 12 months. However, a second order of supervision will typically require that you appear in court. You may want to contact the Clerk's Office at the courthouse where the ticket is assigned to try to verify your eligibility. Technically, a...Read more »
What? You would have to first file a motion to vacate your plea and it must be done within 30 days. Motions to dismiss are usually not granted. You really should hire an attorney to assist you with this matter.
I want to view on-line she said they can send a photo copy thats it. I need to see if I violated the law. Im not gonna just give 800. I need to see the video. She said I have 45 days till suspension. I want to fight this
As I was driving to drop the car off A man hit the back off my car as I sat at the red light waiting the office gave me A ticket for no insurance I have insurance now on the car but I have court an dont no what to do or plea im trying to prevent suspension off my license. Its my first offense I... Read more »
As long as the ticket is under his name and license number it should not cause you any problems. There is no way to amend the ticket without appearing in court on the court date, but, again, that should not be necessary.
Im 19 clean driving record and got pulled over in a school zone, 38 in a 20 what should I expect with or without a lawyer. I had a discussion with the officer on the side of the road that there was cars near me and he said that didn't matter. I was unaware I was still in the school zone and the... Read more »
My sister was driving my car and it didn’t have insurance at the time. She got hit by a car and got a ticket for not having insurance. She has court in a few days and I still haven’t been able to put her under my insurance policy but the car has insurance now. My question is, is having the... Read more »
I'm a 17 yr old MO resident and got an IL ticket for 54 in a 35 construction zone from Alexander Co
I have 2 pts in MO for speeding already. I need my license for work and school and can't afford a lawyer or suspension. Should I just pay or is there a chance going before the judge would... Read more »
Due to your age and the type of ticket you received, I believe your ticket should have or has been marked as "Court Appearance Required", which means you do not have a choice in the matter, you have to appear in court on the scheduled court date. Hiring an attorney will help you prevent issues with...Read more »
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