Later revived a ticket in the mail for careless driving. My insurance company found the other driver at fault. Judge still would not drop the ticket now it’s on my record costing me a huge monthly payment on my insurance
In Nevada, if you received a ticket for careless driving despite the circumstances indicating the other driver was at fault, you might want to consider contesting the ticket in court. Gather any evidence you have that supports your claim, such as witness statements, photographs, and the report from...View More
You could get a ticket if you get pulled over and you have lived in the state for more than 30 days and have not changed the address or If you have moved and not changed your address on your license/ with the DMV.
Is your question what you should do? I would contact a traffic ticket lawyer in your area and ask him what he recommends. Depending on the circumstances of why your vehicle was pulled over, there could be some leniency on the prosecuting attorney's part.
Typically a vehicle has to have at least one working mirror under the Transportation code.
Sec. 547.602. MIRRORS REQUIRED. A motor vehicle, including a motor vehicle used to tow another vehicle, shall be equipped with a mirror located to reflect to the operator a view of the highway for...View More
People must drive within the posted speed limit. Do millions of people do what you describe? Yes, because no one wants to linger for very long in a narrow slot between a large rig at highway speed and a concrete median. Your question remains open for a week - consider consulting a Nevada traffic...View More
He is trying to serve me to apper in court against my boyfriend in regards to a car accident we were involved in on private property he made sure everyone was ok talked to the other driver but when she said she was going to call the cops he decided to leave because at that time he had warrants for... View More
Tell the investigator you have said what you are willing to say and to not bother you.
He can if allowed by local rule serve a subpoena to appear in court , but not to ask questions--just to give it to youi.
You do have to accept subpoenas. You can always speak with the lawyer who...View More
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