I was driving and cut someone off in a residential area. They followed me all the way to my destination and when I was stopped he stopped close to my car and it looked like he was on the phone (which I assume is with the police I have no proof) and it seemed like he was reading my license plate off to the other person on the phone. Is it possible for someone to just accuse you of something providing the cops with information and then I get a ticket?? It doesn’t really seem like that’s even possible because there is no proof of the incident plus it’s a he said she said situation.. let me know if there’s a possibility of me getting a ticket somehow
It is possible but not probable. The witness would have to identify you as driver, the cat and testify as to the infraction. Getting a prosecutor to bring charges would be difficult, but not impossible. If contracted hire an attorney before responding.
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