You cannot recieve a moving violation while you are parked as the officer must see you and pull you. If a ticket were to come in the mail, the officer would need to make sure the other party was subpoenaed and that is not going to happen short of an accident.
How would he id you? How would he be able to get your dl and insurance card? He would have to be an idiot to ticket you under these circumstances.
One more thing to add to the advice of counsel above, is that after a hearing you may be able to place a letter in his personnel file as you do bring up a very good question..what if he had stolen the car and was pulled over before you knew it was stolen? The officer did not preserve the evidence of the actual driver and this is important in the manner in which a police officer does his job. If the officer gets enough of these complaints he will be riding a desk.
You can call the Clerk but they may call the officer to alert him in regards to this and he/she may find the other ticket and bring it in to them. Otherwise you may slip by. Go to Court on the first ticket and you will have proof that you handled the it. If the second one does show up, go to court and tell the magistrate you already handled the other ticket and they may throw the second one out.
i also had a Top Secret clearance in the military...I designed weapons...as with most of these types of questions, the employers are looking for...HONESTY...yes, that is right. Most of the people who want to know this want to ensure it was a one time thing...and it is more important to be honest than the actual charge itself..the Florida Bar is the same way. This allows them to see you as a person who would not cover something up if it was a mistake..we all make them..but I know that alone...
Mr. Epifano is correct..that type of charge would only be a problem in the muslim world, and I have never seen anyone denied entrance for a dui. With that said, I have had a client(decorated veteran) denied access to Canada because he had a domstic violence charge which was dropped. The RCMP told them they think all of those charges are dropped when they should not be. Travel agents are also a wealth of information as well as bloggers on the internet.
Simply asking a judge ex parte to drop or dismiss an Injunction for Protection Order is wishful thinking. Also, the Judges are telling folks that they do not have the authority to unilaterally change the JUDGE'S ORDER. I emphasis this because it is not your Order..it belongs to the Judge. If the Judge had indeed dismissed the Order you would have received a copy of such in the mail.
Do not mess around with Parole violations...very few people are on Parole anymore but it means they can be...
There is an interlock corporate headquarters in Pensacola and you can drive there to have the interlock device downloaded once per month. The number for the company, which is licensed by the state of Florida is 800-728-7396. I would definitely call them first and then go down to the DMV and ask for a hearing to request your impending move.
Yes, you must get Georgia representation because many employers are pulling not only criminal historys but also driver's licenses and your stepson would be listed on both. You only get one chance to dispute or negotiate this and it cannot be done pro se.
Let me begin by saying that I worked these types of crimes in the State Attorney's office and you are in for the ride of your life! First and foremost call the police department in the city in which he received the tickets and ASK TO SPEAK TO A DETECTIVE! The road patrol officer they want you to give the report to has no idea how to work a crime like this. Put your documents in order ,make copies, put in folder and send to the Detective..In the mean time get ahold of your friend and tell...
The officer cannot create a crime before it occurs. Additionally, it appears the officer did not have probable cause to arrest you because he did not see any driving behavior to determine you were under the influence to the extent your faculties were impaired. The officer mistook your disability for intoxication. Did you go back to the police department to take the breath test? There seems to be some controversy here as to whether you were offered the oppurtnity to take the test.