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So if the court had changed Failure to yield at a left turn to failure to pay full time and attention in traffic court, it will be better？
And what is influence on my driving record?
The difference for those two
Are you there?
And what will be the different influence in civil case after traffic court ?
you mean both or?
the former or the latter.
no point deduction for ”pay full time and attention“，is that true?
So if the court said it won't be sent to DMV, what does it mean?
So it is a good news.
since still plead no guilty , even the court sentence you guilty ,no influence on civil case?
what do you mean by found?
did not say anything in court
just pay the fine for failure to pay full time and attention
there is another part show up , both lawyers achieved the agreement to change the charge and did not say anything in court. Also the paper I still plead no guilty.
The lawyer told me i still plead no guilty and get the charge changed. It is very good. Since it won't have influence on civil case. They cannot use the traffic court result to against me.
As the other part had bad traffic record,
Are you here?
So what is your opinion for the whole thing?
That is the last question.
That is fine.
Great Thanks for your help.
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