If you are asking if your ticket can be dismissed because your DOB is not legibly written on the ticket, the answer is no. You must still take the ticket seriously and either pre-pay the fine or contest it in court. The judge will not listen to any arguments about dismissal of your case because you cannot read the date of birth.
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The best course of action is to retain an attorney right away to assist you. If there are legal reasons to contest the ticket and ask for a dismissal, your lawyer will do that for you
The short answer is "no"
The long answer is the information on the ticket is there to identify you. If you go to court and challenge the ticket because of the date of birth. Well the only person who can represent the accused, is the accused or an attorney. The court will ask are you the accused? And if you are, then the court will not let you use that defense since they have the right person. If you say you are not the accused, then the court won't let you speak
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No, you can't get out of your ticket because of a clerical error when the rest of the information is correct.
In order to find real serious legal defenses, you need a criminal defense attorney in your area that can represent you in court and defend your rights.
Hire local counsel to get your ticket "dismissed due to technicalities".
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