I have a moving violation that occurred in April, my hearing was in May, and I got a letter in July stating that, if I got another moving violation within the next 6 months, my license would then be suspended for 6 months. Unfortunately, today I got a speeding ticket. I was wondering when the 6 months started (Day of accident, hearing, or letter), and what will potentially happen? We are scheduling a mitigation hearing about it to see if we can get it deferred, but I was just wondering what will happen?
A probation violation is a breach of a convict's probation terms, which vary in each case. Violations may include using drugs or missing probation meetings.
A moving violation is a traffic infraction committed in a vehicle in motion, such as speeding, reckless driving, or following another vehicle too closely.
by attorney Linda Callahan
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