Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX cashier just told me that I need to see the magistrate and that she's in on Monday and Tuesday. No specific date or time as long as its within the 10 days on ticket (which is Wednesday). Do I tell her that I did give my license to the officer and he told me he put that I didn't have it with me and to just bring it in when renewed? Because he checked "waived" is it at his discretion or the court?
PS Will going to the magistrate incur additional costs?
Thank you. I will tell the magistrate that the Officer told me to bring in the renewed license and it would be waived just as he put on the ticket. Will that have bearing on the outcome? Will it be an issue because the citation said no Ops on Person but I did present my license? I just don't want any unneccesary issues here.
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