Wow that's almost unbelievable. The most common app the courts use is zoom, the second is microsoft teams. Probably best to download them now as it works better than a link. Are you sure your lawyer has not told you to download this and you just forgot? I personally have all my clients...Read more »
I have contested this ticket and the court has sent me the video of the incident. It does not show how fast anybody is going and in the audio the trooper is heard saying that everyone was speeding and we were traveling in a pack, which is false. In the video you see the trooper pull over a truck... Read more »
It is sufficient if the judge believes that the trooper’s word constitutes truth beyond a reasonable doubt. The trooper could certainly consider evidence that you were driving as fast as the truck if he clocked the trucker and the other vehicles were right behind it.
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.
It depends on the employers policies and procedures, and hopefully, it is contained within a written policy and procedure manual. Of course, the employee should have the right to dispute this with his employer and with the court should the employee desire to do so.
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.
Just for your information points do not transfer to New York, however the offense does and will appear on your driving record so it is worth it to go to court. You should enter a plea of not guilty and mail in the section of the ticket where you sign not guilty along with the fine and you will get...Read more »
Hire a competent attorney to represent you. Just pleading guilty is usually not a good choice because of MVR points, and you might have had a better result. You will not be able to do this on your own.
Officer lowered ticket to 10 mph or less. Ticket states court date time and address however Area of ticket for officer to mark “appear in court? Y or N?” Officer left blank. And we cannot find any information on the back of the ticket as to whether or not this is a mandatory court date.... Read more »
If he is only charged with speeding he can just pay the ticket and not show up for court. At that time the "bond" (what he paid) with be forfeited and the case will be over. That being said, depending on what state he has his license in the points for the ticket can transfer back and show...Read more »
I owe too many traffic fines from red light camera tickets and currently don't work. I feel harassed by these traffic fines also. I've read these types of cases have been challenged in other states and most stares can no longer revoke a DL anymore for failure to pay ticket fines
The citation is for 65mph in a 45ph zone. I was traveling with traffic and was doing approximately 58mph in a 45mph zone so I'm not denying I was speeding. My issue is that I'm a CDL-A holder and anything over 15mph could potentially put me out of business. Do you agree with the Blount... Read more »
If the Clerk sends the conviction to the State DOS, then it will affect your License. Hire a competent attorney to represent you on this Citation. At worst it will be a Conviction, or it might not go on your MVR. Never just plead guilty and send the Court a Check.
I got a moving violation 2 weeks before I’m eligible for my regular license. I have up to 2 weeks after I can get my license to pay the ticket or fight it. I don’t have good chances to fight this Delaware ticket for failing to yield. If I go to the mva and get my license and then pay the ticket... Read more »
If you are at fault in the accident and do not have insurance, then the victim or other party's insurance company very well may make demand on you and/or sue you for the damages. Also, it may impact your driving privileges. Depending on your financial situation, you may want to consult a...Read more »
The Newark Sheriff Dept. had a a barricade off to the side and it did not appear the side of the road was barricaded off. They said it was and said “ I just road into the lions den.” They had about 10 cars all lined up in a row and were mass ticketing people in Newark. If it was so clear that... Read more »
I received ticket for speeding and it is over 20 MPH. Officer told me that he marked it as a speeding not as a reckless driving. But still if you get ticket with over 20MPH it is going to be 6 points. I checked my driving record and it shows +3point. I don't understand how it shows +3 if I... Read more »
The ticket will not impact your record until after court.
When you initially get a license you have a 0 point balance. You get positive points for every year you have a license. Your +3 could be because you haven't had a license long enough to get 5 positive points.
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