A cop pulled me over and told you know why I pulled you over my response said no he said you was talking on the phone I told him I had a call but I rejected it because I was using the gps so he took my license and came back and gave me a ticket
Using your phone as you describe violates the statute. Get a lawyer to represent you.
Any use of any hand held mobile device while driving is a de lure moving violation as of June 1, 2019.
Thus, you are looking at a steep fine and a possible negative effect on your driving privileges.
When and where is your case appearance?
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You cannot even have your phone in your hand for any reason, even if it is turned off. This is a moving violation. Hire an attorney to assist you with this matter.
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