Andrew L. Bennett's answer Having the warrants recalled (lifted) really depends on the court. However, it is very unlikely a court will recall the warrants without you having an attorney. If you go to the court to ask you will be taken into custody. Hire an attorney who is familiar with the court system where your warrants are and go from there. Also is your driving privilege reinstated or are you still suspended?
Timur Akpinar's answer A first semester property law class in law school could devote a month to this question. On a very superficial level, real property is land, buildings, and immovable structures. Personal property is property that can be moved. Naturally, there are many subtleties and distinctions when one looks more meaningfully at the concept.
Andrew L. Bennett's answer Do not try and pay it again, it will add points to your record. Call the clerk the day before your initial hearing is set to see if its been filed. If it hasn't been filed ask the clerk to see if it can be dismissed so you no longer have to worry about it.
Andrew L. Bennett's answer If you are charged with a crime and a child is involved then yes CPS/DCS will be called. As you say you were picking up a toy, however, the officer did not see that and has to go based on what he observed. If he believes he has enough evidence to prove intoxication you have a serious issue on your hands and need to consult with an attorney. It is very likely that you will have at least one felony charge.
Andrew L. Bennett's answer It sounds like the ticket was not pulled, but rather it was filed. The issue was you were looking at the BMV site which would not show anything until there was a judgment against you or Failure to Appear/Pay suspension ordered. You should have been looking at mycase.in.gov; this is the clerks system that would have shown the case was filed.
You have 2 options: 1) pay the ticket and the court will remove the suspension, NOT A GOOD IDEA, as it will put/keep 4-6 points on your record and...
Andrew L. Bennett's answer You very well may be. Tickets are civil and need to be proven only by a preponderance of the evidence. You should consider talking to a local attorney who can assist with resolving the matter and keeping your record clean, also to clean up any reasons for suspension.
Andrew L. Bennett's answer The requirement is based on where your domiciled, not moved. If you are merely going to college in IN but still a resident in AZ and pay AZ income tax then your AZ license is sufficient. However, if you no longer have ties to AZ and would be required to file taxes in IN then you must change your license within the required time frame.
Andrew L. Bennett's answer Yes. In Indiana an officer is an officer anywhere in the state and therefore can cite anyone anywhere in the state. However, to make a traffic stop the officer must be in a marked squad car or in a distinguishable uniform. If he is in plain clothes he cannot make a traffic stop.
Andrew L. Bennett's answer If learning & confirming the registered owner has a suspended license and confirming the driver matches the description of the owner, then yes the officer can make a traffic stop.
Andrew L. Bennett's answer Trial by affidavit sounds like where you document your details of the event and the officer does the same. If you state that you were going 64 in a 45 that is likely what the court will find you liable for even if the officer does not respond. Doing so will put a minimum of 4 points on your record and likely raise your insurance rates. You should consider speaking with an attorney who should be able to negotiate a better resolution that won't drastically effect your record.
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