I got a ticket for seatbelt violation. I asked for a trial. But now I just want to pay it. If I pay it now, what about the trial

Asked about 2 years ago - Brooklyn, NY

got a seat belt violation ticket. I thought I fight it so I asked for a trial. Now i just want to pay it and get it over with. So if I go and pay for the ticket do I still have to show up for the trial?

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    Answered . No.....

    I am a criminal defense attorney practicing in Nassau, Suffolk and New York City. The above information is not a... more
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    Answered . You can pay it online at the DMV's web site

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    Answered . No.

    I am a former federal and State prosecutor and now handle criminal defense and personal injury/civil rights cases.... more
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    Answered . Default and lose and face sanctions.
    Confer with local counsel.
    Hire a lawyer to protect your legal rights.
    Jeffrey J. Estrella, Esq.
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