Traffic cameras in many areas are in effect 24/7. If speed is the issue you wish to challenge, then contest the ticket. You always have the right to see the city's evidence against you and challenge such evidence in court.
A stamp is not a requirement; however, there should always be more than one copy of a ticket available. Some tickets are electronic, however, so you could have unlimited copies of those; other tickets are handwritten, and the number of copies is limited.
I'm not sure what the question is but perjury isn't the issue.
You should stop driving until you get your license reinstated. If you have no choice but to drive you are eventually going to end up in jail. Try to take the bus or move to someplace where you don't have to drive. Or, get your license reinstated. The suspension is the biggest problem and appears to be holding you back.
It's not incorrect for the officer to check 'traffic' because technically, a tabs violation is part of Washington's motor vehicle code; however, this kind of infraction is a nonmoving violation, meaning that it should not by itself affect your insurance.
However, this type of ticket COULD (but won't necessarily) affect a deferred finding but this depends on the type of deferred finding you have and the court in which you took your deferred finding.
Thank you for your terrific question.
Yes, he is eligible for a deferred finding if he has not had a prior deferred finding.
An intermediate driver's license (IDL) holder faces more severe consequences to the driving privilege if the IDL holder receives two or more infractions during the IDL endorsement period. Therefore, fighting the ticket makes the most sense, although for some individuals a deferred finding is not a bad option, if the court allows it. Caution: a deferred finding...
In Washington, courts and DSHS use the Washington State Child Support Schedule to assist in making a determination of the amount of support a child or children receive, and the schedule is based on parental income as well as age and number of children. Child support covers such things as food, shelter, and clothing. Child support can be modified, however, for factors such as day care and other day to day expenses, for example, team uniforms, travel expenses, or piano lessons.
The answer is that it depends. You will need to be able to explain to an attorney whether the tenancy is residential or commercial and if residential, what type of residence. There are several procedures that need to be followed for an eviction to occur. A landlord-tenant attorney in your area can get the ball rolling rather quickly and help you retain control over the situation and your property, and you might even be able to obtain legal fees from your tenant.
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An officer has discretion on whether to issue you a notice of infraction (ticket), and if you have more than one violation, the officer can cite you for only one violation if the officer so desires.
A no insurance ticket is a nonmoving violation. If you had insurance but did not have proof on you, you can get the ticket reduced substantially. If you didn't have insurance and get insurance a day or more after you were cited, many courts will still reduce the fine.
Ask a court clerk to pull a copy of your DCH - and be prepared to show ID, as info on a DCH is not available to the public but it is available to the named defendants, attorneys, and judges. Note that if your deferred finding was in Seattle Municipal Court, it would likely not show up on a DCH. For complete SMC case history, contact that court directly.
It is irrelevant that you have a Washington license, and Oregon does share information with Washington, so you want to try to keep this off your record and save money in insurance while keeping your driving record clean.
Every state handles these differently. Going "only 85" - 20 over the limit - is not going to be a good defense. What you need is someone who can present your best defenses, and unfortunately you provide the citation but nothing else. An experienced traffic attorney in...