... postponed (and in payments) until the traffic case is over, since I don't have money, and since (from what I heard) it's against the law for the courts to have to make a traffic defendant pay first, while contesting a ticket.. I know, I can ask the judge to release my bail on my own recognizance and that I am not a "flight-risk", but I doubt the judge will do that, cause the rest of the defendants in the courtroom will try to ask for the same relief.
If you have no prior failures to appear, most judges will release you OR. Should bail be required, they can give you time to post it.
Just ask politely.
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Yes that should not be an issue. If you are found guilty later, you can usually setup a payment plan to pay in 50 dollar installments.
You should be fine..........as the answers here suggest. Good luck fighting the ticket.
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