This sounds like a bona fide dispute and you might be asking multiple questions----short answers are that in regards to a traffic ticket (if you received one), then the Prosecution must provide beyond a reasonable doubt that you are in violation of the cited law----however, if the light signal...View More
I believe i was told by the court house that if couldnt finish paying tickets by tax time then it would come out of tax return Im just wondering if they take care of it when you file or when the money comes
The state can't intercept your federal refund. West Virginia will offset your state refund if you have unpaid fines. They have to send you a letter and then wait 90 days. They're supposed to anyway. They take out an extra $25 for their troubles. If this is a concern I would file an...View More
At any intersection, the same rules under WV law apply. Your question did not indicate if the person turning was turning left or right. However, if turning left, that motorist must yield to oncoming traffic before executing the turn.
Probably not, but it is difficult to say because I don't have enough information. Did the driver drive clear across the sidewalk to reach an empty parking space in a parking lot? Or did the driver inadvertently drive one tire over the edge of a curb while parallel parking? Without more facts,...View More
About two weeks ago my father was involved in a minor out of state accident in WV during a merge lane situation. His semi truck trailer was hit by a passanger vehicle when the motorist tried to get ahead of him and clipped his trailer at about the halfway point. Initially when the parties pulled... View More
You should contact an attorney in the county in WV where this accident occurred to discuss representation for your father. Due to his CDL privileges, it is important that the offense does not end up on his record. An attorney may be able to fight the ticket or attempt to have it amended to a...View More
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