I was going the same speed as a car in the lane next me but they were further up. I wasn’t paying attention and before I passed the cop on the side of the road he hit his lights. I got another ticket 9 months ago but did traffic school. I am technically past the 6 month period of having my restricted license but I haven’t done the classes to get my unrestricted.
Speeding 26 or more over is a suspend-able offense for anyone. If you are under 18, your license can be suspended for even 6 points which it would be if the court agreed to amend it to 25 over. You need to hire an attorney to represent you in court and in the administrative hearing with the transportation cabinet.
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Agree. The answer is yes a this could suspend anyone's license because of the speed.
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Yes, you can lose your license if you are found guilty for 26 mph over the speed limit. I advise you to hire an attorney.
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