I will be pleading guilty and asking for diversion to a traffic ticket. If I receive a diversion will points go on my record during the probation period, then come off after that period ends or will points not go on my record unless I receive another ticket within six months? Thank you.
Do not plead guilty to get a speeding ticket without hiring an attorney first you will likely incur points
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Without knowing the specifics of your ticket and matter, it is difficult to fully comment. However, given that you only get one diversion in your life, it may be best to save that option for other matters. It would be best to hire an attorney so that all options are known and can be utilized on your behalf.
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Consult with an attorney first about the specifics of your case. Not enough here to make a decision.
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