It is very possible that you are still on supervision. Although you are eligible for court supervision twice within a 12 month period (not based on calendar year), it is at the court's discretion to grant you a second order. You should consult with an attorney to ensure the best result possible and avoid a conviction on your public record. Mailing in your most recent ticket and requesting supervision is a poor decision. More information is available at the links below.
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Attorney Davis is spot-on. I just want to emphasize that if your still on supervision and get one more moving violation before November 2013, your license is subject to suspension for a minimum of two months. It would be prudent to hire an attorney ASAP and get this resolved properly.
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