If you don't transfer title within 28 days after sale of vehicle, NC G.S. 20-73 seems to indicate you are guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor. Does that mean if I go to the DMV and transfer the title now (including paying the DMV's late penalty fee) that I will have a class 2 misdemeanor on my record?... Read more »
No, you do not just 'magically' get a class 2 misdemeanor tacked onto your record. You'd have to be formally charged and then convicted and most DA's aren't interested in prosecuting someone who didn't realize they need to do a title transfer. If you go take care of your business the way you...Read more »
why is there such a mystery surrounding speeding tickets in NC? I don't understand why they cannot be addressed. My daughter opted to go to court on the date shown on the citation as she felt she was innocent of speeding. The first time she went there was no judge so they continued. Same thing... Read more »
You how when you car is making a grinding sound and you are not a mechanic you go see a mechanic? Well the same holds true for legal work. When you have a court issue and you aren't an attorney - you don't try to crack into it and represent yourself - you hire a traffic attorney. Had she done...Read more »
Your question doesn't make sense. You do not get probation for pending matters. Do you mean a probation violation? If so, you really shouldn't get violated merely for being charged. Regardless, if you have a pending DWI - you need an attorney. So shop around for a DWI attorney in the county...Read more »
I got pulled over for my 3rd speeding ticket , he gave me a ticket which had no payment on it and a court date but I got a paper in the mail saying a different date and that it was a hearing do I attend both court cases ?
If you are smart you won't attend any hearings, you will hire the cheapest local traffic attorney you can find. That and of course stop speeding. However, if the clerk's office sent you a notice of a new court date typically you would just attend the updated court date not the court date on the...Read more »
I'm not sure what you mean by 'remove traffic violations'. If you mean have then removed from your record - no. If you mean take care of them your self - no, at least likely not without being arrested if there is an outstanding warrant. Just bite the bullet and hire the cheapest traffic...Read more »
I got a speeding ticket going “70”mph in a 55mph zone and all the personal information is my mother’s, including DL number, age, birthday, social security number, etc despite him having MY license. It says my mother is the one being charged and that she would need to appear in court, when I... Read more »
TN can not make you pay the VA tickets but TN can keep you suspended from driving in their state (and other states if you have a TN license) until you do. This is regardless of whether you can be reinstated anywhere else. You should just man up, be responsible and pay what you own instead of...Read more »
An officer pulled me over as I was leaving the gas station. He stated, ”I am pulling you over because you have two different plates on the vehicle.” I was not speeding or driving erratically and I stopped and signaled where appropriate. The vehicle is registered and insured. The proper stickers... Read more »
Yes, you need to hire an attorney but you need to hire a Virginia Traffic Attorney. You do not need F. Lee Bailey for a traffic ticket so just go with the cheapest one you can find. As to how you can dismiss your ticket - you can't, you don't have that authority and the DA is likely not going to...Read more »
The ticket was written for “70 in a 55”. The officer was blacked out sitting in the median with no running lights. There is false Information on my ticket. It states I am a class C driver when it clearly states on my license I am a CDL class A driver. Is this grounds for ticket dismissal if I... Read more »
Of course not. That is just incredibly ridiculous, as is your lame complain that the officer was 'in hiding' along with the idea of 'going to court to fight it'. You were speeding - so just do what a reasonable, normal person ought to do which is hire a traffic attorney you can find so your lead...Read more »
state is wrong and my address state is wrong. I was doing 72 in a 65 with another car right next to me. The officer clocked that car first at 70 and choose to pull me over. On the ticket he put down 72 in a 55 which is false. When I pulled over it was in front of a speed limit sign stating 65. What... Read more »
The likely hood of a dismissal is so close to zero as to be virtually indistinguishable - especially if you try and handle it yourself and roll up into to Court saying all the incredibly irrelevant things you did in your question. Just hire the cheapest traffic attorney you can find and oh yeah,...Read more »
You? Likely, no. At least not properly. A traffic attorney - likely yes. If the address on your ticket is correct, you will be getting a crap ton of letters from traffic attorneys. You do not need F. Lee Bailey for a traffic ticket so just pick the cheapest one and roll with that. Oh, and...Read more »
If you aren't a mechanic and the transmission in your car goes out - you hire a mechanic. Likewise, if you aren't an attorney and you get a traffic ticket (especially one 22 over) - you hire a traffic attorney. If the address on your ticket is correct, you will be getting a crap ton of letters...Read more »
I recently found out that a ticket I received in December 2018 which was dismissed by the district attorney still shows up on my driving record. It does say it was dismissed, however I would rather not have it on my record at all. Is there a way to get it removed?
Of course not. It will remain a permanent part of your driving record. It is of course possible it could get removed due to some clerical error or other type of glitch but likely not due to your request unless you are powerful enough or have connections that are powerful enough but if you did,...Read more »
Can it be dismissed - sure, but the real question is whether it is likely to be dismissed and the answer to that is - no. The DA has the authority to amend and correct errors on the citation and they will likely do so especially for a simple administrative error such as an incorrect address. As...Read more »
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