No, this will have no impact. These are common errors that can just be corrected.
I agree with Mr. Israels, it is unlikely to help you get the case dismissed.
No it will not. Not guilty finding at trial or traffic school are the only ways. If the officer does not show at trial you will also win.
NOPE. It's just not that easy. Assuming the officer can identify you as the driver who ran the red light, you're toast. You do have one chance of winning (at least) and that's if the officer is not present on the date you set the ticket for trial. You may want to look into traffic school to keep the point off your driving history.
San Diego Criminal Defense Attorney--20 years experience
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