Legal Advice for Infraction — 62 results
Written by attorney David P. Gilbert, almost 3 years ago.
Under Florida Statute 316.085, the offense of improper lane change is punishable as a non-criminal traffic infraction, which is punishable as a moving violation (3 points). To better... more
Written by attorney Rosanne Faul, almost 3 years ago.
Absolutely not. Most violations around the 14601 section of the California Vehicle Code are not infractions and the penalty is not simply a fine payment, traffic school and the possibility... more
Written by attorney John M. Kaman, almost 5 years ago.
What Is a Trial By Declaration? For many CA traffic infractions that don't rise to the level of misdemeanors you can have your case tried by declaration. That means you submit your... more
Written by attorney David P. Gilbert, about 3 years ago.
Within the last decade, the Florida Legislature enacted new legislation which required a mandatory court appearance for "any infraction which results in a crash that causes 'serious bodily... more
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda, about 3 years ago.
I RECENTLY had a client in California that was issued a citation for three Vehicle Code violations in California. Two of them were infractions and one a misdemeanor. An infraction is a... more
Written by attorney Sean Malcolm, about 5 years ago.
Pay or Contest the Washington traffic infraction (e.g. speeding ticket). In B.C., and most other Canadian provinces, if you don't pay a ticket, ICBC (or other agency) normally just gets it... more
Written by attorney Jason A Hicks, about 3 years ago.
There is no doubt just about every attorney has been asked if beating the red light camera citation is still possible. It certainly is. The Mark Wandall SafetyProgram allows a county or... more
Written by attorney Adam Bantner, over 5 years ago.
Buckle Up Effective June 30, 2009, people can be stopped for simply not wearing a seat belt. Previously, a person could only be ticketed for a seatbelt violation if the driver was also... more
Written by attorney David Pullman, about 3 years ago.
Possession of a Controlled Substance (Health and Safety Code 11350, 11357, 11377)
Simple possession can be anything from an infraction to a
felony, depending on the drug:
Written by attorney Geoff Dulebohn, over 3 years ago.
Although most traffic related offenses are classified as mere "infractions", certain consequences may follow. It is commonly known that "points" on your driving record can affect your... more
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