I received a No ins ticket. But had ins but no proof on me. This is a year old ticket. Will the dismiss if I show proof now?
If this ticket was issued a year ago, it has probably been adjudicated by now. If you have FOUND proof of insurance that covered the date of the ticket, you COULD ask to have the matter re-opened. Not sure the judge will cooperate, though.
I changed the subject matter because if you got a ticket a year ago and have not contacted the court.. it's likely you have an arrest warrant and/or your license may have been revoked. I suggest you hire an attorney.
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