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Written by attorney Timothy C. Kulp, 8 months ago.
In October of 2013, the Charleston City Council passed a driver texting ban. The ordinance is confusing, lacks needed definitions and may provide for custodial arrest. If you drive in... more
Written by attorney Andrew Richman, 9 months ago.
This guide discusses the consequences of speeding in Georgia. Slow Down! How Speeding Tickets Can Affect You Speeding is the number one ticket police officers write. They can have a... more
Written by attorney Paul W. Caprara, 9 months ago.
Although many debts are discharged in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, allowing an individual the promised "fresh start," there are certain debts that are not discharged. Traffic tickets fall under... more
Written by attorney Jason Beahm, 10 months ago.
A skilled traffic attorney can frequently help reduce or dismiss the charges against you. (Especially if you don’t compound the situation by causing a scene or otherwise making yourself... more
Written by attorney Brenton Vincenzes, 10 months ago.
Do you know why I stopped you?
This Avvo guide does not contain legal advice, and is for informational purposes only. Our Virginia Criminal Lawyer has contributed this short, but important... more
Written by attorney Carmen Dellutri, 10 months ago.
As lawmakers prepare to consider whether to prohibit the use of controversial red-light cameras in Florida, new evidence continues to emerge regarding their effectiveness. The latest report,... more
Written by attorney Inna Rifman, 10 months ago.
Aside from this penalty, you will also face license suspension for repeated offenses, even noncriminal ones - three speeding violations in one year will cause a 30-day license suspension,... more
Written by attorney Felix Poggemann, 10 months ago.
After a family member received a texting ticket, I did some research and prepared for court. This guide is the result. A guilty plea on a first offense will cost you $168 in Sacramento... more
Written by attorney Mark Bigger, 11 months ago.
You started out with speeding through a neighborhood, but your taillight was also out and oh yes, you forgot to wear your seat belt. Of course, a police officer just happened to be in the... more
Written by attorney Paul J Knudsen, 11 months ago.
Effective October 1, 2013, Florida Statute 316.305 will allow law enforcement officers to ticket drivers for texting while driving. But what does texting while driving mean? 316.305... more
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