I went jail recently for injury on a spouse my red light ticket that i am aware of was given credit for time served and thrown out.
My ticket in 2013 is a failure to stop, and also FTA. I havr a hold on my DL and really need it taken off but the ticket is $562. A year in a half ago my 4year old was diagnosed with cancer I live in victorville and the cancer specilist is in san bernadino. My DL is expired and i need to renew it. I seen on the court site that june 2013 a FTA hold was issued. But july 2013 says someone called and then it says DMV direct update release does this mean the hold is gone? If not vould someone tell me what my options are i need to renew my license i have no problem making payments as long as my hold can be taken off while doing so. Email: [email protected]
You post is difficult to follow. Get a printout of your driving history and take it to an attorney to figure out where you have traffic warrants or whatever.
SAN DIEGO CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY--20 years experience
You absolutely need an attorney to get hood lifted or pay fine to get your license back .
ANDREW ROBERTS CRIMINAL AND TRAFFIC TICKET DEFENSE ATTORNEY
Call the DMV and see if you can just renew your license. You can call the DMV Mandatory Action unit at (916) 657-6525 or (916) 657-6608. On October 1, 2015, courts will begin accepting applications for reinstating one’s driver’s license. The program ends March 31, 2017. It is called a traffic amnesty program. A bit of background is helpful to better understand the program, presented as Senate Bill (AB) 405 by Bob Hertzberg (Democrat, Van Nuys). On August 15, 2015, California Vehicle Code § 42008.8 came into effect. It is a code section that amends Vehicle Code § 42008.7. It is characterized as traffic ticket amnesty program available to both juveniles and adults that will reinstate driver’s licenses that are suspended for failure to appear and/or failure to pay certain traffic fines that were due to be paid on or before January 1, 2013 (in other words, overdue for at least 33 months).
The program does not apply to parking tickets, DUI’s or reckless driving offenses.
However, it does apply to any infraction deemed traffic related. Individual courts and counties may extend the program to apply to certain misdemeanors, which we would hope include the most common Vehicle Code violations that we see – Vehicle Code § 14601 (driving on a suspended license), Vehicle Code § 12500 (driving without a valid license), Vehicle Code § 4000(a)(4) (driving without valid registration), Vehicle Code § 22350 (speeding), Vehicle Code § 26708.5 (illegal tinted windows), Vehicle Code 22450(a) (failure to stop at a stop sign) and Vehicle Code § 21453 (failure to stop at a red light).
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