I received a “Non-payable offense” ticket on RT 1 for driving 82 in a 55 in a ‘safe corridor’ what does this mean as I cannot just pay the fine?
It means in general you have a more serious offense and the judge will determine the fine and penalty.
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It's a four point ticket--and since it's a safe corridor it means the fine range is between 100 to 400 in the discretion of the court.
Anytime there is a range of fines you need to go to court since the fine is not predetermined. You have a 4 point ticket, o may benefit from an attorney.
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