Scott E. Feifer’s Answers

Scott E. Feifer

New York Speeding / Traffic Ticket Lawyer.

Contributor Level 9
  1. Can a 17 year old that lives in missouri move out without parent permission?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Scott E. Feifer
    1 lawyer answer

    Moving violation has to do with traffic tickets...you may want to expand your question to include family lawyers...

    1 lawyer agreed with this answer

  2. I have a ticket for driving while revoked and failure to stop. I missed both my court dates. . What should i do?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Dustin R. T. Sullivan
    2. Scott E. Feifer
    3. Loren M. Dickstein
    4. Keith G Langer
    4 lawyer answers

    Which state is this in?

    1 lawyer agreed with this answer

  3. Can a cop do this

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Scott E. Feifer
    1 lawyer answer

    You got a warning so no worries. Sometimes an officer will follow you and claim he was trying to catch up or safely pull you over...sometimes to see if you do anything else wrong or questionable in order to make a decision on possible tickets or just a warning. Either way, an officer is likely to claim it was the safety reason if questioned about it at some point..

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  4. I am again serving as my own attorney at a trial before a municipal judge cited for "passing a stopped school bus" -need advice.

    Answered 7 months ago.

    1. John Douglas Lloyd
    2. Scott E. Feifer
    2 lawyer answers

    Chefs, accountants, plumbers, landscapers, attorneys...all examples of service providers. You need a service provided and you can try to provide it for yourself or hire someone to provide it for you. In most situations, someone who spends all day every day providing such a service is likely to perform the service better than you can on your own. Not always better, and yes there will always be a cost, but a pro is a pro... That said, if you are tempted to represent yourself, better doing it...

  5. Is there a statute of limitations on unpaid traffic citations, like driving without priveledges, in the state of Oregon?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Zev Goldstein
    2. Scott E. Feifer
    2 lawyer answers

    Statute of limitations has to do with how much time elapses between the incident and when you are officially charged with something. With a traffic ticket, you are charged right there, same time and place. There's no statute of limitations issue. What you are asking is whether a state must simply forgive money due and drop the issue after a certain amount of time and the answer is no.

  6. Can i be charge for tickets my employer got

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Scott E. Feifer
    1 lawyer answer

    That's between you and your employer. If anything, it would probably be more of an employment law issue.

  7. I had a hearing and there was no court clerk and they do not record non-traffic violations, how can i get a trascript?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Forest Dean Morgan
    2. Robert C. Keller
    3. Scott E. Feifer
    3 lawyer answers

    No recording. No transcriptionist. Doesn't seem like you will be able to have anyone review what actually happened without some record of the hearing.

  8. I need a laywer

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Shannon L. Peters
    2. Scott E. Feifer
    2 lawyer answers

    I don't know all the procedural aspects in AZ, but we have identity issues all the time. Speak with a local attorney about it and try to convince the court it wasn't you. Key to these matters is sometimes what identification in particular the officer was given at the time of the car stop(s).

  9. I got a speeding ticket in 2010 and was dismissed and one in 2011 dismissed now I got one in 2012 can I plead any article?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Scott E. Feifer
    1 lawyer answer

    I wouldn't expect the circumstances to matter much. The focus will be on how she actually measured your speed in the first place. You should probably speak with a local attorney about defense if you are worried about a potential conviction.

  10. Alcohol in car with underage driver. do we need a lawyer

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Ryan Michael Ramstad
    2. Scott E. Feifer
    2 lawyer answers

    Officer "saw" something but you don't mention what if anything you were charged with. Hard to assess the need for an attorney just based on this information. It's likely you should consult with a local attorney if the charges were anything above and beyond a simple equipment (no lights) type of violation.

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