Thank you for replying so soon. Now I still need a little bit more detail. What I would like to know is if my italian driver's license is a valid driver's license in Nevada and the officer has just been unfair to me. Besides, I would like to know the actual odds of having my record clean and a reduction/cancellation of the ticket (one or both parts).
Thak you very much,
Thank you again for your reply,
I have just one more final question. I don't know the costs related to the trial, considering also that I have to drive from San Diego. According to your experience do you think that having the second "unfair" part of the ticket canceled and the first part reduced are worth the trip and the expenses for the trial?
I know that this is non exactly a "canonical" question, so feel free not to answer, I am planning to give you the highest rate anyway, since you have been the only resource I could rely on.
Thank you very much for all the help you provided.
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