Such as taking a driver's education course. Having a copy of a driving record is mandatory for the completion. Though, doesn't the court already have all that information already?
It depends on the court. Most courts do not have access to other court's records, or do not want to take the extra step to confirm that there are no additional violations. There is nothing in the statute that requires a copy of a driving record, and many municipal and JP courts do not require driving records as part of their deferred disposition orders.
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No. Its to show you have not taken it to quick again after another ticket.
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In Texas DPS maintains driving records. Counties and municipalities do not have the most up to date information about driving records and they cannot independently access DPS's data base.
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