Generally no. Other factors may change the answer (any fatality invovled, Class A endorcement or not, etc). Careless driving summons are among the frequently issued tickets in NJ just like reckless driving ones in NY.
You posted in traffic tickets---assuming you are seeking a lawyer for representation of a traffic ticket, then you would have to convince a lawyer to represent you as you have no constitutional right to a lawyer for a traffic ticket. On the other hand, if you are charged with a crime (misdemeanor...Read more »
While it sounds unfair, the law requires drivers to know that the vehicle they are driving is properly registered and insured. You can argue that it was not your vehicle, but you may be held responsible for driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle.
Hello I've recieved a ticket in homer ny on 281. I was driving a female and her child daughter from 29 Hudson st homer ny to 1551 rt 91 fabius ny. Along 281 I accelerated to 55 to early not being from here originally I don't know the roads to wall yet I continued to pass a slower mowing... Read more »
More information is needed for a better answer. A grant of hardship privilege is based upon the finding of the statutory conditions and not just your age. But if you are 16 and in high school, you will not allowed any privilege if you just want to drive to and from a high school.
the parking lot has an entrance and exit both are one way. i exited from the entrance. but was on correct heading on the street i entered. got a ticket with 1127 violation code which regards to driving wrong way on a street.
It's recommended that you retain a local "NC" attorney. Upon information and belief, reckless driving is classified in NC as a misdemeanor just like NY. If you get convicted of the charge, that means you have a criminal record, which possibly affects your conditional discharge. You...Read more »
Not sure what the question is. If you ignore the ticket, your driver's license will be suspended in both NY and NJ. If you pay the ticket in NY you will have a record of conviction in both NY and NJ. Do you want to fight the ticket?
Your junior license can be be suspended for 60 days if convicted of one serious traffic violation or two other violations and can be revoked if convicted of one serious traffic violation or two other violations within the first six months after restoration of your license subsequent to a suspension...Read more »
I was driving through AL on the road trip from TX back to NY for school. Do speeding camera tickets from Montgomery, AL affect your driver's license points? I've read that it's a municipal action which is corrected when paying a fine to the city of Montgomery. I've also read... Read more »
If the violation is a speeding charge only, New York does not usually assess points onto your driver’s license for the out-of-state violation (unless committed in particular places in Canada). It won't be likely that your insurnace company will learn of your speeding violation from AL.
He pulled me over said i was speeding ran my license and registration for about 45 seconds and then said he is letting it go and walked away. Should i expect anything in the mail or anything on insurance? Will this count towards anything and is it considered a verbal warning? or will anything be... Read more »
It could be worth discussing in more detail with an experienced traffic ticket attorney. Overall, there is a high level of positive sentiment and appreciation toward public transportation employees because of the risks they face in providing all of us with vital services 24/7 and keeping the City...Read more »
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