and whats the best that can happen
You can be found guilty of the offense and be assessed license and insurance points. The insurance points will increase your insurance premiums. Additionally the Division of Motor Vehicles will suspend your license. Your best option is to hire an attorney and let the attorney resolve it for you. Good luck!See question
I got charged with resist/delay of an officer and a misuse of a 911 charge..my record is clean before these charges and I am the main support for my family. Also just had my son born. What is the likelyhood of me going to jail? Also what is punish...
With a clean record your odds are good to NOT go to jail. A lot of what happens depends on the facts for the resist and the alleged misuse of 911. You need to seek the advice of a criminal defense attorney in Fayetteville.See question
She is 17 with no prior violations. We are not disputing the speed but were hoping to get the speed reduced with driving class and/or community work. Is this possible with out getting a reckless driving conviction?
If convicted of the charge, your daughter will have her license suspended. The possible bad consequences are enough, because of the high speed and with her being an inexperienced driver, that you should hire an experienced traffic attorney to handle the ticket for her.See question
The first court date is for a 70 in a 55 (not mandatory to show), and the second court date is for 82 in a 55 (mandatory appearance). They are in different counties. I already talked to a lawyer about the first, who thinks they can get it redu...
Both tickets carry license and insurance points. The second also , as Georgia stated, would cause a suspension of your license. In many counties, cases can bee continued for a little while to allow you to hire an attorney. The best thing for you to do is to hire an attorney for both citations even if you have to hire two different attorneys.See question
Traffic ticket 70 in 55
You really should take the ticket to an attorney. There are things that you don't know about insurance and traffic ticket points that make it worth your time and money to have an attorney handle it for you.See question
I don't have and previous violations. I was shocked that I was charged doing 20 over. When I looked at my speedometer it said 47 mph. Both me and my passenger don't believe I was traveling that fast. It is a old narrow secondary highway which is ...
Your best bet is to hire an experienced local traffic ticket attorney to handle this for you. This kind of charge can hurt you on your driving record. If it was your first ticket and depending on your driving experience, your attorney can work out a deal that will really save you from having insurance premium increases. Good luck with it.See question
This is my first offence & I really wasnt thinking when I did it. How long will this be on my record & will it be able to come off? I really wanna job & a less punishment for what I did, I know this will never happen again & can promise. What do y...
If you hire an attorney (and you should), your attorney will advise you and answer all of these questions. There are probably options available for pretrial diversion which will keep you from having a criminal conviction after your case is finished. These options are really the types of resolution that you need to try to get so that you are not hurt by your "youthful indiscretion" in the future. You will be in adult court. Good luck with it.See question
i got traffic tickers over 13 years old
No the statute of limitations is from the date of offense until you are formally charged with the offense. If you have charges that are 13 years old, you will need to address those and get them resolved. You should consult an attorney in the county where you were charged. In most cases, an attorney can help you get the charges resolved in a much better way than you can by yourself. Good luck!See question
Need to beat public urination charge. I urinated on the dance floor of a nightclub. What ways exist to fight this?
Evidence of a medical condition that causes uncontrollable incontinence would help unless, of course, there are witnesses who testify that you did it purposefully.See question
The law code on the citation is G.S. 20-141(b). The citation does not state reckless driving
No it is simply a speeding ticket. Your citation would state a charge of reckless driving in addition to the speeding charge if you were charged with reckless driving. Consult with a good traffic ticket attorney in the county where it was given. Good luck with it.See question