What should I answer to this qurstion?
I have a traffic ticket which doesn't have any point.
Also, for that ticket I am going to trial.
If officer shows up and I get convicted, also
What should I answer to this question:
Have you ever been convicted for a crime or defense?
You should answer "NO" to that question and move on.
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We would state 'yes' to have you committed a crime for which you were not arrested, even for traffic tickets and explain and plan to bring evidence of fine paid or other disposition to the interview. We would state 'no' to the next question you ask.
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