My husband got a speeding ticket in st lucie county and we paid for the ticket and chose to do driving school I have point now.

I called st lucie and asked why I got pints they argue that because the judge read guilty back in November I had o other option. I did the driver school on dec 2011. He has a clean driver license. I was told that the judge called adjutication of guilty. I need to request a withold of adutication. I believe this is what is called.

Miami, FL -

Attorney Answers (3)

Tracey Lyn Sticco

Tracey Lyn Sticco

Speeding / Traffic Ticket Lawyer - Clearwater, FL
Answered

Speak with a local attorney who can file a motion requesting that the court accept your late completion of traffic school and amend the disposition of your infraction to reflect no points.

Bryan Andrew Lober

Bryan Andrew Lober

Criminal Defense Attorney - Melbourne, FL
Answered

Prior to being able to more fully answer your question, I need to know the following:

Did you request a hearing for the traffic citation? If so, did you do so in the time allowed? If so, did you attend the hearing? If so, did you plea guilty, no contest, or not guilty?

Did you elect to enroll in driving school or were you ordered, by the Court, to do so? Were you adjudicated prior to having enrolled in the driving school?

Did you ever elect to take the driving class in the past? If so, how many times and when?

If you would answer these questions, I will be able to give you a much better idea of why you have points on your license.

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Frank Mascagni III

Frank Mascagni III

Criminal Defense Attorney - Louisville, KY
Answered

When you pay a ticket by mail, that is an admission. If you don't want the points, you need to hire a criminal defense attorney in your area to locate the case, redocket it, and see if he can renegotiate a more favorable disposition.

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