The officer that pulled me over didn't give me a speeding ticket but gave me an unlicensed operator ticket (24 years old, I only have my permit) He said that I might be able to get it dismissed if I get my license in time. I don't mind paying the fee, but I really don't want my right to a license revoked. I plan on making a 5 hr course appt tomorrow and subsequently scheduling my drivers test. If I pass and get my license in time, can I just sign the admission of guilt and write in the "Additionally I make the following statement" box that I now have my license?
Thanks a lot!
Now would be a good time to invest in yourself and your future. Lawyer up!
You should gather all relevant documents, search the internet and consult with an experienced and seasoned New York Traffic Ticket Attorney in your local area.
If you plead guilty with an explanation your guilty plea will result in losing your driving privileges. An experienced criminal defense/traffic ticket lawyer should be able to save your driving privileges. I have seen this type of case and saving your driving privileges is indeed possible. Contact an experienced defense lawyer ASAP and meet with them to fully discuss your case in private, not on an open Internet forum.
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Sorry, but that's a bad idea. You want to plead not guilty. An attorney can go to court instead of you and try to get rid of the violation.
If you plead guilty, you will be delayed in getting your license. You need an experienced attorney to help you.
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