am i just waiting for you?
sry new at this..
Unfortunately, yes. It is a second offense. There is a national database
So will they arrest me plus a fine?
where all of these incidents are recorded so each state can see what has happened in another state
Were you arrested when you were stopped in NJ?
Yes..due to an outstanding ticket from 2 years back...paid the 120.00
I was stopped due to not having a seat belt on..
I paid the 120.00 and was cited for the seat belt and driving under suspension.
I see. Then no. PA will not arrest you.
The matter was settled in NY
I live in Pa..was in NJ this weekend..outstanding 120.00 was NJ...was stopped for no seatbelt...then driving undersuspension.
I was arrested..paid the 120.00 now have a court date in NJ on June 9th
My finger slipped before.
Then the matter is settled. But it will be on your PA driving record
so what i am asking is when I go to court on June 9th..since this is my 2nd offense..is it a possibility of arrest
license is still suspended tho
Correct and PA may extend that suspension
ok..but according to nj website..if it's the 2nd offense of driving w a suspended license the fee is 750 plus 5 days in jail
so this is my concern.
That is only if it is a NJ second offense
Your license is suspended from PA
oh ok..that is what i needed to know...
So it is PA that can extend your suspension
thank you...that is what i needed to know...
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thanks so much!!
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