Today I was pulled over for speeding 11 over in a school zone. I don't have my license and only my permit. He asked for my license and I said I do not have one yet. He went back to his car and gave me a 135$ ticket for speeding as if I had my license. I test for my license in 7 days.
Was the officer handwriting the ticket, i.e., ticket pad of paper that you signed? Unless the officer files an electronic ticket that is uploaded the same day, chances are that the ticket will not even been filed in the court system or reported to the DMV as pending.
Yes, if you pass your test is 7 days you will get your license. You should go to court and talk with the prosecutor or hire an attorney to do so to try and avoid the 4 points going on your record, depending on your age that might put you right on the edge of a point suspension.
You should hire an attorney to help you with this ticket.
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