I was caught driving coming from work on a learners permit But I got my license 2 days after I got the ticket I'm 40 will the judge dismiss my case?
Maybe yes maybe no.
Some jurisdictions are more forgiving than others.
For instance, in Miami, unless you have a felony HTO charge, if you reinstate your DL prior to court then the State Attorney's policy is to dismiss DWLS cases. However, go one county to the south (Monroe) or to the north (Broward) and the same most definitely does not hold true.
I suspect that a 407 area lawyer will be bale to tell you what the protocol is up there but, legally, no, reinstating does not erase the fact of your prior offense.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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No one can say what will happen on any given day in different counties. Speak with a local traffic attorney who knows the climate of the county you are in.
Wishing you good luck.
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