I heard something about court and I did not pay, to get court date, but no mail first time i got pulled over was because i did not have lights on in well lighted area.but gave ticket for having out of country license because he didn't no if i...
It is very common for people with licenses in other countries to be charged with driving without a license. There may be a defense to the charge. You need an attorney to defend the charges since they carry possible jail time.See question
About 2 am in the morning, I was driving to work. The speed limit is posted at 55 but I was going about 60. A family of deer ran out to the highway and rather than slow, I Increased my speed to avoid them. I didnt slow down, i was still in a bi...
You definitely should take this to court. Request a trial and not a waiver hearing within 30 days of the ticket. If the police officer does not appear, you will be acquitted. If the police officer does appear and you are convicted, the judge can reduce the points to 1 or 2 or even offer you probation before judgment which avoids the points.
If you receive 5 points, you will receive a letter from the MVA requiring you to do driver improvement. If you have 3 points already, your license will be suspended. You should definitely request a trial and consider hiring an attorney. Most attorneys offer free consultations.See question
They were in front and not moving. To the left was oncoming traffic, to the right was a straight lane. I honked once they got mad. They let off their brake then quickly applied them again. So to avoid any further altercation, I went around in the ...
Insurance companies do their own investigation to determine fault and decide whether to pay claims. Your policy states that they do not need your approval. You can still sue for your property damage, but it may be a difficult case and it would be easier to make a collision claim against your own insurance company.See question
I was pulled over for driving 85 in a 55 mile zone. I have never had a speeding ticket before. I understand this is considered reckless driving and I would like to know what are my chances if I go to trial.
If you got the ticket in Maryland, it is not reckless driving, but it is a 5 point ticket. You should request a trial and not a waiver hearing within 30 days of the ticket. If the officer does not appear, you will be acquitted.
If the officer does appear and you are convicted, the judge will look at your driving record and can reduce the speed to make it a 1 or 2 points or even offer you probation before judgment which avoids the points.
You definitely want to go to court. If you just pay the ticket, you will receive 5 points.
If you received the ticket in Virginia, then this is reckless driving which is a criminal offense and you should get a Virginia attorney to represent you.See question
I was charged with: Citation #TA20105 A- Failure of Veh Driver to stop after unattended property damage accident (OONGOHT1) Citation #TA20105 B-Failure of Driver in accident to locate & notify owner of unattended property damage (OONHOHT1)...
It would be better to have an attorney. Each ticket carries 8 points and possible jail time. There are potential consequences to your driver's license if you are convicted since 8 points will lead to a suspension of your license and an increase in insurance premiums.
The good news is that you have an excellent driving record. A lawyer should be able to keep the conviction or points off your record and can explore possible defenses to the charges. Make sure you have paid for the damage to the electrical box before court if possible.See question
I was associated with theft in the summer of 2013. I was not taken into custody, so I assumed it was thrown under the bus. I was living with a friend at the occurance of the incident, but when I went away to college in August 2013 I was not inform...
You should hire an attorney to file a motion to recall the warrant. If the motion is granted, the warrant will be recalled and the case set for trial. The attorney can then defend you on the theft charge.See question
I took my car to the dealership because of a check engine light. I got a call saying to come pick it p because they wouldn't be able to look at it that day. I came to get it and before I made it home, my car cut off. I later found out that the eng...
Unfortunately, you cannot recovery pain and suffering because such damages are only recovery where you have sustained bodily injury. I do not know if you can recover the cost of the replacement of the engine as a result of the recall. You should consult with a consumer protection attorney.See question
I work in a huge medical building where we are not supplied any protection to our belongings ie lockers. My desk is completely open for anyone to walk behind and take anything that they want. I was left alone in my office. I had to triage a patien...
There is no way to know who took your money unless there are video cameras. Your boss' insurance company is only liable for negligence and not for theft by a third party. Unfortunately, it sounds like there is nothing you can do.See question
She got cought stealing and let go but she dont kno if the copes will make a case it happened on the 6 on a Friday night when will ii post if it does post
There is no way to say for sure. There is a two year statute of limitations for misdemeanor theft. I would expect it to show up within a couple of weeks if charges are pursued, but they could be filed later.See question
Any competent Defense Lawyer knows to avoid judges who are not impartial because they notoriously pro-prosecution and have a strong bias against defense counsel, Judges such as Judge Zwaig, McCrone, McCally, Reese, and McGann (Howard and Montgomer...
If you have an attorney, discuss this with your attorney in a confidential setting. If you do not have an attorney, you need one.
Attorneys are not going to provide their opinions on judges and how they rule in this forum.See question