What will happen in court ? Caught speeding, expired license, can't renew because of old traffic tickets tht must be paid up fr
2 attorney answers
It is a mess, for certain.
First order of business, reach out to the Secretary of State Driver's Department and arrange a payment plan. Also, once done, renew your license at the DMV, provided the SOS lift that obstacle. If you feel still unsure what to do next, discus your legal needs with a licensed counsel in person.
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You should hire an attorney to assist you with this matter. That attorney should be able to get you more time to clear your license.
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