If it’s been two years you have a FTA warrant and you can’t get that off unless you talk to the judge. Write the judge a letter and tell him you want to pay it, to set aside the FTA. Most of them will do it.
i was pulled over in tennessee by the DOT and i got a ticket i went to pay it online and there was no ticket so i called and mind you this ticket is due that same day that i called and they said aint nothing in the compture and that she would call the cop that wrote the ticket and call me back.... Read more »
You need to call the General Sessions Court for whatever County you got cited in. Then inquire about your Citation. There is no DOT in Tennessee, so it was some other agency. Read your Ticket verbatim, then talk to the Clerk about what to do about it. If possible, go to Court to see if there...Read more »
Lawrence Co. Alabama; As I approached the stop sign where co. Rd. 208 intersects the corner of co. Rd. 203 a state patrol rounded the corner aprox. 3-400m behind. The wheels of my car stopped and the momentum shifted backwards. I let off the brake and crossed the line to peer right, around the... Read more »
A lawyer would need more information before answering the question specific to your case, however, if multiple charges arise from a traffic stop, you can be convicted of those additional charges even if the ticket that was the reason for the stop is dismissed. In these situations, it's best to...Read more »
My husband has recently been diagnosed with stage four lymphoma. He needs chemo asap but the doctors have only done one treatment and dont want to continue til he has a ID to start charity pay for medical costs and a outpatient sub abuse program(he's fought addiction for years). He is willing... Read more »
If he has warrants for failure to pay traffic tickets, it is not the clerks who can waive the requirement that he turn himself in. In order to handle the warrants for you, the best outcome is usually obtained by hiring a lawyer in the county where the warrants are from to help you navigate this...Read more »
I was pulled over by Millbrook city officer after I had crossed under the interstate 65 exchange and beyond the first red light you come to when you cross into Prattville on highwAy 14.he pulled behind me at the red light and when the light turned green turned on the blue lights.I don't... Read more »
Venue is the legal term for where a legal case can be tried. If the crime and arrest were outside the city limits jurisdiction of the Millbrook officer, then your criminal lawyer can file an appropriate motion to dismiss the charge for improper venue.
At bottom of ticket, it states "no signature required pursuant to 32-1-4(a)", but that code appears to be stating that the violator would be deemed to have given a written Bond to appear, not waiving officers' need to sign the complaint. Violated Montg. Municipal Ord. 1-9 adopted 32-6-65
This was posted under Admiralty/Maritime, but I was unable to find anything under maritime laws pertaining to the listed statute(s). It looks like it involves violation of a Montgomery Municipal Ordinance. Consult with an Alabama attorney, as it probably requires a prompt response/appearance where...Read more »
is there no accountability to hold the officer accountable should he pull you over for no reason, lie about what he pulled you over for, fabricate some sort of probable cause evidence to search my car without my consent, forces me to stop recording the stop with my phone, two diff officers tell me... Read more »
my vehicle is equipped with an accurate speedometer,and i also employ an app that records my rate of travel along with the date and time and does so by GPS so is very accurate.both of my devices showed that i was traveling 43mph in a 40 zone,so i understand I was 3mph over,but during the stop, i... Read more »
the ticket is written to the individual, not to the vehicle. so no, it cannot be dismissed if the information associated with the car is incorrect. that would incentivize people to put incorrect info down and never have to pay a ticket if that were the case.
The answer depends on the reason the officers state was the reason they pulled you over. IF, and that's a big IF, the officers had no legitimate reason for the stop AND IF they admit that, the marijuana they seized should not be admitted into evidence against you. If, on the other hand, the...Read more »
NM tag due to attending college in NM. Tag AL bc mother owns title and AL resident. Why was a ticket given and charged with court date for a suspended license? Everything is current and no traffic citations current. New insurance recently, no issues. What recourse is possible?
Please try this question again and give a few facts. Was your license suspended? Did you go to court? Can you show that your license was not suspended? Did you have valid insurance when you were stopped? Please ask again and tell EXACTLY what happened. Just the facts.
If there are no assets, generally speaking, there is no reason to open an estate. Remember that a Last Will and Testament is of NO legal effect unless an estate is opened. You should talk to an attorney in your home county and explain all of the facts and then make a decision about opening an...Read more »
The answer will depend on more facts than you've included, but while there might - emphasis on might - be some sort of circumstance that would justify a driver going around a pedestrian in a crosswalk at a stop sign, the answer is highly unlikely to be anything other than "probably...Read more »
As long as the speed limits are within the limits proscribed by Alabama Law with the proper signage and distances between limits (that is, you can't have a speed limit change from 65 to 15) then the police can write a ticket. Local law enforcement can write a ticket in their jurisdictions,...Read more »
Probably. You should call the municipality or county where you got the ticket and find out. If you have a warrant out on you and you get pulled over, you WILL be arrested, so it would behoove you to fix this and get it behind you. If you got the ticket in Mobile or Baldwin County and would like...Read more »
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