The officer did you a favor by reducing your violation to only 5 over the speed limit and it is great that you took care of the paper violation (expired plates). You can either do this yourself, or you can hire an attorney to represent you when you go to court to see if the prosecutor will be...Read more »
Im an out of state college student who was traveling south for the weekend. Picked off by a state trooper on an empty highway. Squeaky clean record prior to this. What are my best options and outcomes? Is Trial by Declaration offered in Kentucky?
I recommend searching for traffic ticket/criminal defense lawyers in the area where the ticket was issued. Contact a few, discuss your circumstances, obtain your options and then proceed accordingly. Good luck.
I missed a court date for a traffic ticket because there was absolutely positively no way I could freely take an “off day” at work that day and I couldn’t afford an attorney either. Now I’m being threatened with having my license suspended in 30 days if the case isn’t closed by then.... Read more »
I went to court about a year ago for the no insurance and expired tags. And was given 12 months that i was required to maintain insurance, which i have. But I never got ahold of the insurance monitoring place and paid the 300 i was supposed to pay them and havent paid court cost. I have been... Read more »
The police may pull you over if they suspect there is a reason to pull you over. You should review your citation that you were given on the date of arrest to get a full understanding of the officer's reasoning.
I really didn't have car insurance and I was truthful about that. I'm confused on whether or not I need to get it as well as fix my expired tags. I'm not sure if I need to fix all my citations since I'm losing my car anyway.
that he didn't have insurance on the vehicle. I was served with papers in August of 2017; I wrote out a statement and filed with the court stating that I wasn't aware of the vehicle being uninsured.After that I didn't receive any further communication in regard to this matter. In... Read more »
You need to hire a lawyer to investigate this. If you filed an answer with the court, there should not be a civil judgment against you. You may be able to go back in and have that judgment set aside depending on what actually happened. Bankruptcy could be another option for you.
I was ticketed in Pike County Kentucky recently and received 5 charges. The 5 charges are: 1. Speeding 22 MPH over the speed limit, 2. Failure to have license in possession, 3. Failure to wear seatbelt, 4. Failure to produce insurance card, 5. Failure of owner to maintain required ins/sec, 1st off.... Read more »
But my neighbor didn’t have a vehicle either. And someone hit me but I got the blame cause not having my license. I have an upcoming court date in March and I never been in trouble or had anything on my record at all. I don’t know what to do at my court date. I could plead guilty to not having... Read more »
The cop wrote a warning and told me to park the van. I went back to park the van but there was no place to park. There was an adjacent lot and one space which I attempted to park in.He pulled me over and arrested me while he was screaming at me. I called to find out the problem but the DL says they... Read more »
In the state of Kentucky there are multiple reasons a license can be suspended. Failure to appear in court, failure to pay court fines, failure to pay child support etc. There may be something old that has your license suspended but if the Kentucky department of transportation says it is active...Read more »
With the electronic copy. The registration was also expired but we have filed online for a renewal. What do I need to do to get this taken care of? I haven’t been pulled over in 2-3 years. No major offenses prior. Just a speeding ticket when in college.
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