My license is suspended already and trying to get back they say I have a judgment against me for a accident that I was not in.They said that an investigator proved that it was me no charges were filed just a judgment to an insurance company.
If you are claiming there is a judgment against you and that is why you don't have your driver's license, means that you were a party to a lawsuit and you lost. If you did not show up the judge will order a default judgment. This is a civil matter and has nothing to do with charges from the police. To be a party in a lawsuit, you have to have notice, so you must have been told about it. Judge will put aside a default judgment if you are claiming there was no notice or any other reasonable reason you did not show up for court when you were supposed to.
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You will have to resolve the judgment (pay it off, reach an agreement, etc...) before you can regain your driving privileges.
A judgment can be obtained only after a complaint has been filed at the Courthouse, you have been served notice of the complaint and the court makes a determination that you were, in fact, after a hearing, responsible for the damages. As that occurred? I suggest you pay for a brief consultation with a local attorney to help you sort this all out, as the details are a little murky based on your posting.
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