Grant St Julian III's answer You may enter a plea of guilty/no contest, which will cause a fine to be entered and a conviction to be reported on your driving record, or you can enter a plea of not guilty and schedule a court date. Calling a local attorney might help. Good luck.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer Maybe. Ignoring a traffic ticket can lead to a new Failure to Appear charge and an arrest warrant. A law enforcement officer may arrest person with an active warrant. However, as a matter of policy, some law enforcement agencies don't arrest on traffic warrants when a person is reporting a more serious crime.
Obviously, your safest path is to clear the warrant. Hire a local traffic ticket attorney if you are having anxiety about dealing with the tickets. Don't live in fear or...
Sec. 544.007. TRAFFIC-CONTROL SIGNALS IN GENERAL. (a) A traffic-control signal displaying different colored lights or colored lighted arrows successively or in combination may display only green, yellow, or red and applies to operators of vehicles as provided by this section.
(b) An operator of a vehicle facing a circular green signal may proceed straight or turn right or left unless a sign...
Grant St Julian III's answer What was the new offense you were cited for, and did you commit the offense? File a complaint with the internal affairs department of the local police department about this officer. Calling a local attorney would help.
Grant St Julian III's answer Make sure your license is valid when you appear in court. No license and driving with a suspended license can basically be the same thing; in fact, driving with a suspended license can be a more serious offense. Calling a local lawyer would help. Good luck.
Grant St Julian III's answer What you state is not a defense. Having a license plate in the windshield is a violation of the law if the car is driven on a Texas road, regardless of where the car was purchased.
Grant St Julian III's answer Are there OMNI holds on your license due to these citations which prevents license renewal, or have convictions already been entered on the cases? What city are the tickets from? Calling a local attorney would help. Good luck.
Grant St Julian III's answer Has a judgment been entered? Is a warrant pending? How did you find out about his matter? Contact an attorney in the area where the citation is pending to see what can be done. Good luck.
Grant St Julian III's answer If you spent time in jail while a warrant was outstanding for the ticket in question, then you may request time served. Understand that time served means a guilty finding, and a conviction will be reported to the DPS on your record. You may call an attorney as well. Good luck.
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