I am just just going to cut to the chase:
1) Is it illegal to unfasten one's seat belt when pulled over, without officer's permission? I did so because, first I was in panic second I was short of breath, and third I didn't know it was illegal to do so.
2) I am planning to fight my tickets through the written trial. Which one comes first, paying the fine or contesting tickets?
3) I was convicted of DUI 3 years ago (it was cvc 23140). What is the chance of my insurance getting cancelled? I mean I highly doubt that it will be cancelled.
4) I am definitely taking traffic school since this is my first time. And I know it will take off one point. Will the insurance company still see that I got tickets and can increase the premium?
Criminal Defense Attorney
You strike me as a very detailed and organized person who wants an absolute clarify of your legal options with respect to the pending traffic charges. The only way to effectively address all your legal questions as you may have additional follow up questions, being a detailed and meticulous person, may be only by a personal consultation with a practicing traffic counsel in California.
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Speeding / Traffic Ticket Lawyer
You are supposed to have your seatbelt on when you put the key in the ignition and the car in drive. You can put it on whenever you realize it is not on, but once pulled over you are going to get the ticket.
For traffic, OC usually requires bail which is appleid when found guilty. Trial by Declaraton, bail is always required. We are happy to offer you some legal advice and assist with the TBD process. we have a 98% sucess rate for traffic infractions.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
You will save yourself a point by going to traffic school. If you fight your ticket and lose, that option is gone and that point may have an impact on your insurance rates. You can always set your case for trial, and if the officer fails to show up in court, your case will be dismissed. If the officer does show up, the judges in Orange County will usualy give you the option AGAIN for traffic school if you want to waive the trial.