To court website, it says arraignment. ACDA with injury is an automatic appearance. Passenger of vehicle I hit sought treatment for 'neck pain' without any obvious signs of injury. This is most likely why officer put I didn't have to appear. May I fight this and sue. I'm really tired of government... Read more »
my ticket came from cleveland ohio and i live over two hours from there and have not been there in years. Plus the vehicle in the picture is a silver van and i drive a white truck. I believe the confusion came from the license plate number being almost identical to mine. what should i do?
The mailing includes instructions for disputing the ticket. Unfortunately, it may not be worth it since those are usually a $100 fine and no points and you may be required to attend a hearing to dispute it.
If I plead not guilty for a seat belt ticket and go to trial about it, will it cost me more if I lost than if I waive it and paid? In other words, are the 'court costs' they charge if you plead guilty and pay the same as if you pleaded not guilty and lost? In Butler Cty court. If it would cost... Read more »
I'm was sitting at a wendys in the town I live in in ohio which has a private parking lot chatting with an friend while chatting with her I notice a police cruiser a block down road on the opposite side of 5 laned road at stop sign he then pulled onto the road and into the wendys as she went I side... Read more »
I was in a no injury , car accident yesterday. I was cited and considered at fault. They said I ran a red light. Which I did not I even said the light was yellow as I was moving through an intersection. A truck in the left turn lane hit me as I was going straight. My car is most likely a total loss... Read more »
I'm glad you were not injured. But from the standpoint of liability, the citation and your statement that the light was yellow place you in a difficult position. If it's possible to retrieve video imagery of the accident that might support your position, that's a possibility to explore. But four...Read more »
I'm not sure what private property has to do with cameras. You caused destruction of property. The police may investigate that. If they find you are driving under suspension with no insurance, likewise. You are looking at a looooooooooooooong suspension, as the Judge may figure the first one didn't...Read more »
My truck was parked on side of the road helping with a broke down vehicle. I wasn't in it or seen driving it. Cop ran plates and saw suspended license. I was charged with driving under suspension. Will that stick in court? There was a licensed driver who could have been driving.
That’s not a great case for the state especially if there was a second driver on scene who could have been driving you truck. I wouldn’t be surprised if the officer’s version of events is different from yours.
I went into court for a traffick ticket for not removing my keys from my vehicle. This occured at my resdential house and the car was locked. They are trying to get me with part B of the law which states that if i have had one predicate traffic violation in 1 year its a 4th degree mistemandor. I... Read more »
You have a right to an attorney if you face a possible jail sanction. If it’s just a minor misdemeanor traffic ticket (punishable only by a fine), there is no right to counsel at public expense though you can still hire an attorney. Also, you may want to ask for attorney. You have a right to one...Read more »
The test you take at the station is the admissible test. They typically write the lowest number from two or three tests at the station, which it appears the officer in this case did. You should hire an attorney.
A standard ticket for speeding 23 m.p.h. over the limit typically carries two points on one's driving record and a fine. Fines typically range from $150-500, depending on the jurisdiction. If your son accumulates 12 or more points within 2 years his license will be suspended for 6 months. The...Read more »
That attorney could file a motion to lift the warrant. These are frequently granted when a court sees an effort to resolve the ticket. A court may then schedule a pretrial where that attorney can work to resolve the ticket too. If the court will not withdraw the warrant, an attorney could help...Read more »
License revoked by state over missed court date I was not notified of. Had received a warning, Not a citation and copy indicated no personal appearance required. Was notified a year later of revoked status.
I was parked at the pump out of gas place wouldn't take check so I waited for sister to get there to pay for gas keys were on dashboard cop pulled up behind me and turned lights on gave me a ticket for driving under suspension, I have to carry sr22 which I do, they came up said I was suspended and... Read more »
Unless you can prove someone else was driving your truck and parked it at the gas pump while you were getting gas, it appears obvious to me that you must have violated the law by driving on a suspended license to the gas station. So, rather than try to argue the fine points of Ohio traffic laws and...Read more »
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