It sounds an awful lot like you handled these tickets yourself without hiring an attorney. If so, that is likely the primary why you are suspended. You likely need to hire a traffic attorney who can go back into these old tickets and handle them properly in a way that will not suspend you. This...Read more »
I got a ticket for property damage when I hit a mailbox. The law told me to go fix it the next day I did. I didn't turn it in on my insurance because it wasn't that bad. When I went to court they need proof that it's fixed. I was wondering if you could tell me what kind of proof is... Read more »
zone. I understand I have the options of either appearing in court, or hiring a lawyer, and I think that I need to hire a lawyer for this. Is there a chance that the lawyer could work something out so that I don't have to lose my license at all. I really can not afford to lose my license, as I... Read more »
From the Courts perspective, there is no such thing as a 'speed trap' - you were simply speeding and got caught. So if your license is that important to you - stop speeding. Yes, your best bet is to hire a traffic attorney and yes, they can likely handle this without you having to...Read more »
my nephew was in a car accident, he is 18 and was scared. he got tboned on driver side then on right side then got hit in rear end and flipped. My nephew ran to a bulding close by but went back to scene and turned himself in before cops ever got done investigating it. He was charged with felony... Read more »
This is a subjective question. To normal average people - it not only looks incredibly bad and will likely ruin your life if convicted - it is in fact objectively bad as well. To other criminals or young people who don't know any better, it may look like you earned some badge of glory. You...Read more »
I was notified that my licences was suspended when i was pulled over for a light being out displaying my licence plate and tag i notified the officer what had happened and the mix up and was told that when i appear in court to let the judge know everything and it should be dismissed and to get my... Read more »
You are responsible for handling your ticket. So unless you never received the ticket - the FTA is likely your fault. The court and DMV both understand that sometimes things happen and court dates get missed. The court gives you essentially a 20 day grace period to resolve the ticket without...Read more »
If you have multiple tickets the best thing to do is hire a traffic attorney to take care of them. It is likely important that they be handled in a specific way because certain combinations of outcomes can suspend you.
Depends on whether you want to keep the new NC license or not. Also paying the ticket is just not a smart idea. Just hire a traffic ticket attorney to handle everything for you. If you address is correct on the ticket, you will get a crap ton of letters from traffic attorneys happy to help you....Read more »
What will happen depends on what choices your boyfriend makes. If he continues to make incredibly bad choices such as driving 120/70 - bad things are likely to happen. So what he likely ought to choose is to consult with a traffic attorney ASAP. Typically at that speed, he will also be charged...Read more »
Contact an experienced traffic attorney in the county where the tickets were issued - they can assist you with the best way to handle a situation of identity theft, which happens with traffic tickets more than you'd think, unfortunately with family members.
Since courts in NC have resumed operations in June, most jurisdictions have either postponed traffic court or reduced the number of cases they are hearing per court session, due to the COVID social distancing requirements and the limited space we have in many of our courtrooms around the state. As...Read more »
I suggest requesting another continuance if the DA's Office where you received this ticket will not dismiss this citation. Most DA Offices around the state are aware of the DMV delays/closures due to COVID.
First, getting Improper Equipment is a reduction, not a dismissal, so it will be on your driving record. I suggest consulting with an experienced local traffic attorney in the county where you got the ticket to do review your other driving history with you, and advise you accordingly. If this...Read more »
Just hire a traffic attorney in the area where you are to appear in court (this will be listed at the top of the ticket) - easy peasy lemon squeezy. Problem solved and hiring an attorney is way better than paying it off or appearing yourself and bumbling it because you do not know what you are...Read more »
This is a serious criminal traffic charge. If the stop arm was not extended and / or the red lights flashing - you should not have gotten a ticket. You should consult with a local traffic attorney to see what your options are. Best of luck.
Actually, it is more a question of what you shouldn't do - you shouldn't try and handle this yourself. Doing your own legal work is the functional equivalent of attempting to rebuild your's cars transmission if you aren't a mechanic - the results are often similar as well. So...Read more »
You are likely going to have to take care of the ticket in some fashion. Paying it off is usually not a good idea. If you don't know what you are doing, paying the ticket off could suspend you further and / or cause an insurance increase. Your best bet is to hire a traffic attorney in the...Read more »
That is kinda like saying if I kill someone will they dismiss the charges if I throw away the gun. They would likely consider dismissing the charges if you got the car fixed and got the tags and inspection squared away. Maybe even if you got a new car with current tags. However, they are not...Read more »
lived in SC from 2015-2017. I Received a NC drivers license in 2017. I Got a ticket in SC and my NC was suspended For Failure to pay in 2019 in Springfield Township. After I paid the fine NCDMV says eligible to reinstate. It currently says that still. Upon reinstating the National Driver registry... Read more »
The bottom line here is if you get tickets and don't properly / timely take care of them, bad things happen - and the more time that goes by, the more confusing and difficult it is to wade thru the administrative sludge to get the bad things resolved (especially by yourself). You do not need...Read more »
Typically the letters indicate the method used to detect the speed. Usually R stands for Radar, P stands for Paced. Sometimes the officer will indicate whether their patrol car was moving or sitting by adding M or S.
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