I do not believe there is a perimeter requirement for the officer to find the speed violator in. Many times they just use "pacing" anyway. You can bring up the location of the stop in comparison to the last speed limit posting , but it will not make any difference (I have tried it before with no...Read more »
I handed him my insurance info with the registration folder and it had my last cars info in it also since i had only just purchased my new car. This happend on the ohio turnpike. And im from out of state.
A friend is take over payments on a vehicle I no longer need and he was pulled over for speeding after making a turn from a stop light and I as the vehicle owner as well as the friend got a ticket for the same thing even though I was not present.
The officer that saw the alleged traffic infraction would have to sign a supporting deposition saying so. If there was a trial, the officer who witnessed the infraction would have to testify. If the government just brought in the cop that wrote the ticket, but did not observe the violation, his...Read more »
My first ticket was 75 mph in a 55mph and my second was 85mph in a 55mph. I know that I wasn’t going that fast but I’m not going to try and argue that with a cop and judge. I have a meeting with an attorney Tuesday but it’s driving me crazy. Will he be able to do anything? Can I take a class... Read more »
Yes, your attorney should be able to negotiate a resolution on both cases that will be better than if you paid each ticket or lost at a trial. What the ultimate resolution will be is going to be dependent on your record and other factors. You have made the right decision by hiring an attorney.
Generally this code section involves a number of charges for DUI resulting in a suspension of your license plates. Without knowing more about your previous charges it would be difficult to answer. The bottom line however is that you may be able to get a probationary driving license and then get a...Read more »
If the court date is June 19, then that's when payment is due. If you hire a traffic ticket lawyer to get your tickets reduced to non-moving, no-point infractions, your attorney will get the court date continued to a later date.
What speed were you traveling and what was the speed limit? Those have a lot to do with the answer to your question in relationship to points that you can get awarded which would affect your CDL. Technically the Marijana shouldn't affect your CDL but you will still want to try and keep it off your...Read more »
If you plead guilty to a speeding ticket, points will be added to your driving record, and your car insurance rates may increase. Or you can hire a traffic ticket lawyer to get your ticket reduced to a non-moving, no-point violation that won't affect your driving record or insurance rates. You will...Read more »
I was trying not to miss an exit in pikeville Ky and cut through the white lines right in front of a cop. He pulled me over and cited me with careless driving with a court date and no way to pay my ticket until court. The problem is I received a speeding ticket going 80 in a 70 near Lexington... Read more »
The answer is fairly simple however the process can be complicated. Essentially, you have to contact the MVD and have them provide you a copy of your driving record. You can typically do this online or in person. Then, on the report you will be able to see which court, if any, have a hold on your...Read more »
You don't provide enough information to answer this question if it is an ordinance violations. Ordinances vary from city to city so it is impossible to know what the fine is without knowing what city this occurred it. Yes, it is likely to increase your insurance rates if you are convicted of the...Read more »
I was cited for PA vehicle code 3305 there was a suv pulling into a parking spot i waited until it was mostly in the spot and i went around the officer was on the opposite side of the road made a u-turn and followed me for like 10 blocks and waited until we got to the county line before pulling me... Read more »
Yes. You must be nice to the officer, see if they'll give you a ticket for a lesser offense. But cops tend to take school bus cases seriously, so don't approach them with a "this is really nothing" attitude.
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