Zachary Divelbiss' answer Correct, Arizona used to completely allow cell phone use while driving. Now, certain cities have created their own laws that prohibit it. A violation will result in a civil fine. In addition, there have also been laws about the age of the driver (under 18) and their ability to use their phone in the car. Be sure to check where you live and common places where you drive for the most update to day laws regarding cell phone use.
Amanda Bowden Houser's answer Actually both charges are misdemeanors. If convicted as charged, your license will be suspended if you are licensed in NC and if not, your privilege to drive in NC will be suspended and likely your home state DMV notified and they will likely suspend you, your insurance will likely go up - dramatically, there will be court cost and possibly fines, likely of at least $188 but very likely way more and you could potentially face jail time. As to what you should do, first and foremost don't...
Grant St Julian III's answer What you state is not a defense. Having a license plate in the windshield is a violation of the law if the car is driven on a Texas road, regardless of where the car was purchased.
Timur Akpinar's answer If you are not able to find laws in your ordinary searches under civil, traffic, recreational, and other laws, you could check with your elected officials on the city council, assembly, and other local, city, and state government bodies. One of the problems with skateboarding is that many places and parks do not want it because they consider it a liability, meaning that they’re afraid of getting sued if someone injures themselves or someone else. Good luck.
Mr. Hudson Thomas Bair's answer It's hard to answer your question because you really aren't asking a question. If you were arrested for DUI then you should consult a lawyer as quickly as possible since you have rights that will "expire" within 10 days of your arrest. Despite the fact that your license is expired you can reinstate at any time (unless you are suspended, in which case you have to clear up the suspension before getting your license). It seems likely the stop for swerving was the grounds for the initial contact...
Zachary Divelbiss' answer There should be some type of case number on your ticket, usually at the very top. If not, you will need to contact the court where the ticket was issued. The court information should also be on the ticket. The court will be able to give you the case number if you well them your name and date of birth. Then you can complete DDS.
Daniel P Leavitt's answer Every state has different laws on what you can and cannot do. Checking Waze often falls into a gray area where you can be careless by taking your attention off the road so check with a NC lawyer who can advise you and probably get more specific information about your case.
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