I got ticket for over speeding and I went to court; judge reduced my fine but gave 18 month unsupervised probation . I am worried now instead I would have paid in total rather doing this and where can I check if there are points on my license.i didn’t see it under fines / costs.
If the judge gave you probation before judgment, the conviction was stricken and there are no points. You can look at the disposition document or look it up on Maryland Judiciary Case Search.
If the judge placed you on probation for 18 months, it means that if you violate your probation that the judge can reinstate the conviction and the points. It may mean that if you receive another moving violation in the next 18 months, the judge can give you the points. It depends what the judge said in court.
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