Timothy Denison's answer No. Both states are on the National Register, meaning Georgia will see your Kentucky license suspension and refuse to issue you a license until the suspension in Kentucky is resolved.
Timothy Denison's answer It depends on what county you received the ticket in. Each county handles cases differently. Speeding 26 Over it great is a suspension level ticket and you should hire an attorney.
Timothy Denison's answer 27 over is a suspension level ticket. It depends on where you got the ticket as to what the resolution may be. In any event, you need a lawyer rather than handling it yourself.
Timothy Denison's answer He can make a ruling but he hasn’t yet. Get your license reinstated, go back in November and show the court it has been reinstated, and they will likely either dismiss it as corrected or amend it t a lesser, non suspendable offense.
Timothy Denison's answer Insurance follows the car, not the person. If there was insurance on the car when you were operating it, the no insurance charge should be dismissed. The failure to produce insurance card will not affect your license or your insurance. The only charge you need to focus on is 26 over bc it is a dispensable offense. If you can get it reduced to 25 or less over, you can go to traffic school and not lose your license or affect your insurance.
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