Didnt see the flashing lights on the bus or any school children
If the ticket is marked “court appearance required”, you must go to court, you can’t pay on line or by mail. This is a very serious offense, I suggest you hire an attorney to protect your interests.
This is a ticket that you can not pay for and must appear for. In these types of cases the courts don't care about the money it's all about preventing you from doing this again. This ticket carries 5 points with possible jail time and or community service. I suggest you set up one of the free in office consultations most of us traffic ticket lawyers offer to try to avoid most of this.
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This is a court appearance mandatory ticket. It is 5 points. You do not want to plead to that anyway. Paying is pleading. Judge brown in east Brunswick is fair but passing a bus is very bad. No sympathy from anyone. Do yourself a favor and use an attorney.
If the ticket is marked court appearance required, you need to go. This is a five point ticket, you should consult with an attorney.
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Highly recommend that you speak with an attorney. It is a 5 point ticket. Most attorneys offer free consultations for these type matters. You should take advantage of that. Best of luck
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