You can always ask the judge for credit, but the judge is not supposed to give you credit for one offense when your serving for another unless they arise together. Speak with a lawyer but expect to pay that lawyer for their time and advise.
Is it probable cause to write me a ticket while ot was still a little light out also. If so I'm trying to pull up the price for 1 n hf weeks now and Newark NJ isnt coming up that on the internet and not answering phones.Do you know around what price ? Thank you
This court order stemmed from my appeal of a Motor Vehicle decision to suspend my license when receiving out of state information. I am finding it hard to have such information on immediate search engines when my name is "searched". It is affecting my ability to obtain the level of... Read more »
I got the ticket back in September 2019 and the date was scheduled for February 2020, due to the pandemic it got changed to March and then July and now January 2021. I need to change my NY license to an NJ since I moved here back in March. I’ve tried to plead guilty online and pay the fine but my... Read more »
If the summons is in his name he needs to go to court, but if you want to give him a good defense you will go with him and you both will have a lawyer if it is a serious ticket. I suggest that you set up one of the free in office consultations that must of us traffic ticket lawyers offer.
Most police cars don't have a license plate scanners in them and the officer needs to manually look everything up. Generally an officer will not know that you don't have insurance until after an extended period of time and you get suspended from Motor Vehicle Commission. Thus it is very...Read more »
Generally when you miss Court a warrant is issued and your license is suspended. But since we don't know your case we don't know that this happened, and the judge may have issued only a failure to appear which means you could still renew your license. However if you go to MVC and a...Read more »
For court you need to file a discovery demand for the information in regards to your speeding ticket not an opera request. As for the information that you need, that would depend on the defense you intend to use.
The officer is not required to put on the ticket how your speed was measured. Thus that will not dismiss the ticket. If you need to know how your speed was checked you will need to order the discovery for the case which you can get by following court rule 7:7-7. Best advise: Hire a lawyer to...Read more »
My girlfriend was in the car holding her phone a little higher than usual.. was driving around a circle with tons of cars around.. was pulled into Chick fil a for them to tell me that I was holding my phone in the circle but I find that impossible because that’s more than dangerous.. I’m... Read more »
After an altercation I left in someone's truck, I was pulled over less than a mile away, I was arrested and charged for the altercation, they released me and took me to someone's house, a few days later I received three tickets in the mail for seatbelt, cracked windshield, driving while... Read more »
Actually it is very common to get tickets after the fact. For most tickets the police have up to 30 days to send you one and a few tickets like DWI and leaving the scene of an accident have even a longer time line. I suggest hiring a good lawyer.
I was arrested 10 years ago In NY when I was 22 , and i understand my conviction was conditional discharge, I wanted to know if there is anyway I can get it expunged or pardoned in any way, I have noticed that I have applied for many govt jobs and have been turned down do to my criminal background,... Read more »
I had permission to borrow a car about two months ago. The person gave me the key and I brought the car back right away when I was done. Now they are made at me for other reasons and are threatening to press charges on me for the time I borrowed the car out of spite. Can they?
It would be hard for them to prove the case this far out. If they went to the police while the car was gone then they would have a good case. But anyone can file charges the question is can they win. If charged get a good lawyer.
As far as I know, the statute is still in effect.. the statute reads as follows: No person shall operate a bicycle unless it is equipped with a bell or other device capable of giving a signal audible for a distance of at least one hundred feet, except that a bicycle shall not be equipped with nor...Read more »
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