I got a speeding ticket for going 80 in a 65, but I think I was only going 75. Also, I'm a college student about to lease my own place so it will be difficult for me to pay. I have savings but I was planning on using those for a new lease. I also don't drive very often and was in an unfamiliar area.
Contact a traffic ticket attorney who practices in the local jurisdiction where the ticket was issued and see what options he recommends. Myself, I would do neither of the 2 you have suggested and fight the ticket and/or seek other options, however a local traffic attorney is in a better position...Read more »
He is not on the rental car agreement nor is on my auto insurance. The other car(2008 Toyota SUV) was damaged and there was damage to the rental car as well. There was no injury to my son and the other party also did not have any injuries. The other party did not call the police and they waited for... Read more »
by the clerk “Do to COVID-19 I cannot go and clear it until November 24, 2021. Dept. V5. In conclusion I am a victim of racial and identity profiling (Parole and Police departments), slander, police falsifying evidence, and last but not least “GANG STALK” 2 years now. I’m also a 290... Read more »
The ticket was for 22400 California, BLOCKING ROADWAY. The road was one lane each way public street. Yes, it was a narrow road, cars could not pass until I turned into the driveway. Coming out of the drive way was a car with a guy looking at his lap. (using phone I guess). I beeped the horn, he... Read more »
There are many attorneys who specialize in representation on Traffic Tickets. You should consult with one of them. If you read the code section and do not believe you were in violation, you should fight the ticket. It will be a point count on your driving record and you could end up with an...Read more »
Or insurance the police gave him a pink ticket and he has court case, he said i grabbed the strearing wheel and tried to crash on purpose. How can you know if the court opens a case against his accusations
California Housing Authority workers towed away car with moving permit from my parking space at apartment complex after about 4 hours, (I was with my caregiver.) Workers did not ask me if car was mine. It was waiting for disabled license plates. VA primary Doctor refused to sign DMV Veteran 100%... Read more »
First you find a civil rights lawyer to review your case and advise you if there is potential merit in your claims. Most good civil rights lawyers will know what to do and will advise you based on the facts of your case. You can help yourself by writing a chronology of the events, starting at the...Read more »
Fiance out on bail for driving on susp. false reg. & evading (arr. date 8/1/20) And old possession charge from 2018 that has a 14mo conditional sentence pending..he had a FTA warrant for (8/1/20 case) so he fled again and then crashed. New repeat charges are evading, false reg., & susp.... Read more »
so the Arresting or citing officer did not sigh it no name of who he was or badge info and there no info as to radar or lidar to say I was speeding is this grounds for being dismissed since I want to go to trail by declaration,how can i fight it without the officer info
i fell on hard times due to divorce and mother passing ive been in the towing for the past 22+yeari live at the homeless shelter here in santa cruz calif.my reg was up last feb 2 2020 i know i had up to 6 month to sort it out .then the covid 19 hit i tried to regerster the car on line but it said... Read more »
You are past the issues of 72 hours and no warning, you car was towed. Now you have to get it out or the towing yard will put it up for sale to pay for the towing charges. Towing yards rarely accept "I haven't got any money" to give you the car back. Best of luck.
The courts are having hearings on these tickets. Some appear remotely on Zoom or a different provider. Go to your court's website. If you don't appear or make other arrangements, you will receive additional penalties and maybe even a bench warrant.
You get to speak with the Judge about this at the arraignment and ask for traffic school, but if your son is a minor, probably not. Traffic school is a diversionary program and removes the ticket from the driving record. If this was on the freeway, your son is going 91. In any event, 26 miles...Read more »
If you got a speeding ticket on the 15, you were cited by the CHP, and you signed a ticket. That is your ticket, you don't get another. It has a date for a Court hearing. Your signature was your promise to attend that hearing or show up early, instead of being arrested and taken to jail...Read more »
when signing up for online traffic school. How many days do you have to complete traffic school in California once you received the ticket or were found guilty??? I searched the internet but can't find any info.
You said you were found guilty, not that the Court assigned you to traffic school. This is two different things. You cannot just choose traffic school, unless the Court orders it, or you select this in lieu of a guilty/not guilty plea.
I purchased my car on sept and went to go register it but i couldnt because i needed smog. On 9/22 They had given me a 1 day moving permit to allow me to move my car. On 11/19 i had left my house and i get a call from my sis in law telling me the police are looking at my car and my lil brother went... Read more »
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