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If you plead guilty the court will find you guilty of all three infractions and impose whatever sanctions are permitted under the law.
If you plead not guilty, the prosecutor may agree to dismiss some of the charges in exchange for a plea of guilty.
If you plead no contest the court will almost always find you guilty and impose penalties similar to what you would get for a guilty plea.
Pleading no contest will prevent the finding of guilty being used later in a civil case. This is helpful if you were cited in an accident.
Is there a reason why you did not have license? And is it something you can easily correct or obtain?
eating = waiting? when is the 6 months up?
If you can get your license reinstated soon, you may want to plead not guilty and continue the matter out until your license is reinstated. many times if you get your license reinstated the prosecutor will dismiss the license charge.
when did you get the citation?
At the arraignment you may be able to get the the matter continued, going out 6-8 weeks should be possible.
You should consult with a lawyer.
look for one in your jurisdiction, that is familiar with traffic court for juveniles.
could you please explain to me why you rated my service poor?
was there additional information that you wanted?
Well that is a only decision that you are free to make. I advised you to consult with one in your area, because he would be familiar with your court and your courts policies.
Once he explained that to you, you could make an informed decision as to if you hire one to represent you.
Most lawyers do not charge for your initial phone consultation
There may be, but a lawyer who routinely appears in your court would be best able to tell you how to preset your facts to obtain leniency.
Driving w/o a license in some courts is treated very harshly.
I know you don't want to hear that. but my role is not to tell you the answer you want. It is to explain to you the law.
you're initial question had to do with the possible pleas. I explained to you the meaning of each and the consequences of each.
Please let me know if you need any additional information.
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