I was in a car accident that was deemed not my fault. But because my insurance had relapsed the month prior ( I was working food delivery to keep in income when the accident happened) I havent had the money to pay it. Its 12/2 and it's due by 12/6. Should I just go to the traffic court before... Read more »
If your case is an infraction and you do not pay by the deadline the court should not issue a warrant, though I have seen it done. However, your license would most likely be suspended. You should file a motion with the court requesting more time to pay and state your financial issues with paying...Read more »
My license was original suspended for a no insurance accident. And I was eligible to pay a reinstatement after six months. Before I paid my reinstatement my license was suspended again for a traffic stop for speeding. It was a he say she say situation. I admitted to the fine because the prosecutors... Read more »
It may be possible to set aside the judgment. However, if you are suspended for a proof of insurance violation, even setting aside the judgment may not remove the suspension. You may be eligible for specialized driving privileges if you can not clean up the suspensions.
I got a speeding ticket for 12 over the limit 10/29/21. The officer told me (and I got a letter in the mail) that I could do a deferral and get the ticket off my record if I don’t get another ticket in a year. I got an “operating while visually impaired” charge in august 2018 in Michigan,... Read more »
I am trying to go back to work but I have to have my driver's license to be able to get to and from work because I have no friends or family that will take me to and from work everyday I got a speeding ticket in Georgia and a month after I got it me and my ex-wife was going through a divorce... Read more »
If you are wanting the suspensions removed, it will depend on a successful argument in front of the judge after filing the appropriate motion. If you are wanting reinstatement fees waived because of indigency, you can go ti IN.GOV and click on the link to the BMV to find forms for the...Read more »
I made sure both directions was clear of any on coming traffic. I was in process of still backing out Had trailer completely on the highway was getting truck straightened out then seen a truck coming fastly towards me he wasn't slowing down i hurried got truck back into driveway but other... Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Unfortunately, the scenario you describe places the primary blame on you. In virtually any jurisdiction, entering the main roadway from a driveway gives right of way to drivers already proceeding in the main...Read more »
My husband received a ticket in February 2021 we paid the speeding ticket and the Bmv sent the sr-16 to the Bmv my husband got into an accident and hit a tree he was the only one involved in the accident in July 2021 and that’s when he found out his license had been suspended and yes I know... Read more »
An insurance company has a right to refuse payment on an accident claim if the driver did not have a valid license. You admit that your husband did not have a valid license at the time of the accident. Your insurance company may well be refusing to issue a certificate of coverage but that refusal...Read more »
Short answer is that you can try. The discretion whether or not to allow you to withdraw your guilty please (which is what happens when you pay your ticket before court) is within the province of the presiding Judge. If he say no, then it is over. If he says yes, then your guilty plea is...Read more »
15 years ago I received a driving while suspended citation. I recently received another. I received the ticket because someone ran a red light and Tboned me. How will that affect the verdict/punishment? My license has zero points on it. Was a dumb mistake. I have gotten my license reinstated... Read more »
Your question is a bit confusing. It looks like you are saying that you drove on a suspended license for 15 years. If you live in Detroit, Michigan, why are you asking about Indiana law? You really need to consult a local traffic attorney to assess your options. print out a copy of your driving...Read more »
I called the clerk in Brown County and they could not find my UTT or my name in the system. I spelled my last time twice and she confirmed it with me, letter by letter. The court date is for 5/6/21 but she said she'd have to call around and call me back. If she can't find it initially,... Read more »
Contact a local criminal defense/traffic attorney who can assist in requesting the warrant being recalled and also working to help you get a valid license. Use the find a lawyer feature; most attorneys have payment plans to work with your budget. If you choose to go it alone, it is unlikely the...Read more »
I was trying to enter the highway based on google maps. I saw two police cars parked in one lane of the lanes of the highway, so I slowed down completely to go around the car, like you normally would on the highway when a lane is blocked. There were no stop signs of traffic cones to block the... Read more »
You should consider speaking with a local criminal/traffic attorney who will be able to best argue your position. If you simply pay the ticket it will add a minimum of 4 points to your record and could raise your insurance rates.
Depending on where your tickets are filed it may be cheaper to have an attorney see about setting aside the judgments and working out agreements that will not impact your license and insurance as much if you just pay the tickets.
I am assuming you have tickets in Indiana and are trying to pay the tickets online. You should consider speaking with a traffic attorney to determine if paying the tickets in the long run will be more expensive than hiring an attorney who may be able to negotiate a better resolution to the case....Read more »
In law, a dog is a chattel (an animal that constitutes property). If you leave the scene of an accident involving property damage and fail to contact either the owner of the property or law enforcement in Indiana, you commit Class B Misdemeanor which is punishable by a fine of $1,000 and/or...Read more »
I tried paying them today on public.courts.IN.gov today and all of them say they have been sent to collections, but they are not on my credit report for me to know what agency they are with. What is the best way for me to go about paying these/finding the information so I can get my license back?
You should set up a MyBMV account if you have not already done so which should give specifics on each. Additionally, consider speaking with an attorney about the unpaid tickets, if you are suspended for an unpaid ticket, it may be possible to set the judgement aside and keep it off your record....Read more »
If you haven't paid the ticket it is possible the court ordered your license suspended. Also keep in mind, paying a speeding ticket will likely also increase your insurance rates. You may want to consider speaking to a local criminal defense attorney who can determine if there is a way to...Read more »
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