I live in Orlando for college, so my license has a my home town address on it. When I was pulled over for speeding, the officer took down my Orlando address on his notepad (not including zip code) and said that he would mail me a ticket. I did not get a physical ticket or a piece of paper or anything as he said his computer was down, nor did he ask for my registration. What is the likelihood that I will receive the ticket?
Check the clerk of court online to see if there is anything with your name on it. Problem is even if you don't get the ticket if he files it and you don't do anything within 30 days your license will get suspended
We are lawyers not divinators or bookies, thus we don't quote odds.
If you get a ticket (at either address) then hire a lawyer.
But, if you did not get one on scene then the odds are that you won't.
Absent red light cameras and toll violations tickets are almost always given on scene or are not ever issued.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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Mr. Cohen told you how to check if the officer went ahead with the ticket. The lack of zip code could affect timely delivery, however, this will not be a way out of the ticket and ignoring it will result in a license suspension. Check the court's website.
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