You should plead not guilty, pay the bail and set it for trial. If you registration was current then you will be able to show that to judge and the ticket should be dismissed. If you vehicle is registered in the state of CO and it was valid at the time of the ticket then there is no violation
This is a correctable violation. If you show that it has been taken care of or improperly given. As long as you have a residence and that is where the car is registered you are allowed to have the vehicle registered there
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Could the DMV investigate and supenna my tax returns?
....or is it just about the car.
its just about the car and where the the car is regstered
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