"Petition for waiver of reinstatement fee for drivers license"

Asked over 4 years ago - Lebanon, IN

I have had many tickets after getting pulled over. They only consisted of infractions: non insurance, no proof of financial liabilty, driving on suspended license and they have been in three counties. I have paid all the tickets able to get reinstated but have 985.00 fee i cant pay. May I file these papers in any county courthouse surrounding my new place of residence? Will they have to set a court date if they do accept papers? Is it possible to talk to them that day and render verdict?How long before a verrdict must be surrendered if i wait for court?

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Actually the answer to this is.... What county you can prove that you live in is the courts that are able to review the case>>> Thanks

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  1. Alan James Brinkmeier

    Contributor Level 20

    Answered . It may be worth your while to consult with a attorney familiar with the judges and practices in the court where you received the ticket to explore your options? An attorney familiar with the policies and procedures of the court will know the likelihood of negotiating such a resolution given the circumstances of your case.

    Check with a lawyer in your locale to discuss more of the details.

    You might find my Legal Guide helpful " What Do I Tell My Lawyer?"


    Good luck to you.

    God bless.

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