It all depends what type of ticket you receivd. If it was for over 30mph over the speed limit the Judge can issue a bench warrant for yoru arrest For other minor traffic tickets they will enter a judgment of conviction and send it to the Secretary of State and it will go on your drivng record. Dependng on your past record it may lead to a suspension or a Failure ot Pay hold. I suggest getting a local attorney to get it back in court to avoid this.
In most courts is your bring proof that you quickly fixed the problem the ticket will be dismissed. So bring the proof to court, the worst case scenario there will be a fine. It should have no effect on yoru driver's license or plates.
Yes, you are eligible for Court Supervision as long as you have not had two prior Supervisions in the last 12 months. If you feel that you did not cause the accident then you must have a trial in court instead of pleading guilty.
Where was your license issued, Illinois or Texas? How many othe DUI's have you had? What years? Either way, you must attend a hearing at the DMSV-SOS to obtain driving privileges.Y our information is too vague to provide more info..
I recommend contacting a traffic attorney. It is not clear from your question what the tickets are for, but if they are minor moving violatioss, the supervison can get revoked on your first ticket due to the second one. Three convcitions in a one year period can lead to a suspension if you are over 21 years old. If under 21 years old it is two convictions in a 2 year period. Also, the law aonly allows two Court Supervisions in a one year period. Play it safe and call an attorney.
Assuming that those are the tickets causing the suspension, once the SOS receives notification from the Court Clerk that the conviciton has been vacated your the suspension should be removed. I suggest that you call the court clerk and confirm that they sent the court order to the SOS. Do not drive until the SOS has cleared the suspension.
I am not sure what your question is, but it is likely from your description of events that the police officer may not have followed the required procedure for a breathalyzer test. I highly suggest that you get a good lawyer that practices DUI law to review the squad car and booking room video and police reports,.