If you paid the tickets you basically plead guilty to the charges. Unless you had an agreement to dismiss the charges there really isn’t a way to remove them. You should consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney about these charges to see if expungement is an option based on your circumstances. Good luck!
Have a lawyer help you. You need each jurisdiction to give you the deal that you would have received had the other one not existed.
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A lawyer may be able to help you avoid at least one conviction for speeding. See if you can reach an agreement to keep the first one off your record, and then do the same with the second one.
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