My wife fell ill and i had to take her to the hospital. I got pulled over for having suspended tags. I got insurance 2 days later. I am a little worried as to what might happen.
Suggest you repost in the vehicle and traffic section, and retian an attorney. Good luck.
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This is a must appear offense that carries possible jail time. Jail is unlikely for a first offense. You will want to be represented by an attorney. If you cannot afford a private attorney, contact the Public Defender at least 10 business days before the court date. Bring proof of insurance to court with you. You should also get your tags reinstated.
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These are 'serious'/incarcerable traffic offenses. You should consult with a seasoned defense attorney, and do whatever is necessary to become right with the MVA prior to the trial.
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Be sure you auto registration and insurance are current when you appear in court. Seek a defense attorney.
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