In 2012 I got a seat belt ticket and I forgot to pay the fine. 6 months later I got pulled over and the officer told me I was driving on suspended. So I was charged. I went to court and paid the fines. Judge told me that DMV may suspend my license even though my obligation to the courts are fulfilled. 2 weeks after court I moved to N.C. I went to dmv and applied for a drivers license. And I was informed that my drivers license was suspended in Kansas for 90 days. Waited 90 days and reapplied. The suspension was lifted and my status showed valid. I was then issued a N.C. license. I lived there for 3 years and no issues. I decided to take a trip back to Kansas to visit some friends. When a friend informed me I had a bench warrant for traffic. So I go to the courthouse and check in on a walk in docket to take care of this. Honestly can't remember what the bench warrant was for. But I think it was not complying and failure to appear. Which I had complied and didn't know anything about supposing to appear. I had filled my obligations before moving to N.C. and I kept insurance for one year like the courts ordered me to do. I get pulled over with a bad tag and charged with driving on s
A motion for discovery is filed by the defendant or his attorney. It is not something you get from the court. As you have probably realized traffic and license issues can get very complicated. Consider hiring an attorney to wade through the driving record and court records to see if anything can be done to handle the cases and reinstate your driving privileges.
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