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This is related to 'Traffic Law' research, where a stay order is issued (coupled with license revocation) with the follow-up appearance outcome stating that the initial citation (20-30 mph over limit) resulted in a plea (to a lesser charge most likely) -- We're trying to understand how serious the offence has to be to go through this many steps.
We're figuring that there may have been a non-compliance to test for substances and or that there may have been an auto-accident; of course, the simplest explanation being that there were multiple tickets issued.
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