I thought my driving offense would be cancelled by taking the 4 hour points reduction class? But it shows up in my background check. ......How can I remove it? VIOL 09-03-04 09-10-04 FAIL TO OBEY TRAF INSTR SIGN/DEVICE CNTY/STATE.: XXXXXXX COURT......: COUNTY TICKET.....# XXXXX DISPOSITION: ADJUDICATION WITHHELD
It is my 3rd driving issue I ever got.
THe first one happened after coming down an incline on an expressway 22 years ago and there was a bee in the car flying around my baby and my eye glass lens popped out while i was fanning the bee off my baby's face so that made me unable to decelerate on the hilly part of the highway I suppose..(I swear this was the truth and it is whati told the judge ) I think it was reduced to tailgating) 2nd one; 15 years ago, I paid $55 and did not fight going through a school zone where I was suppose to drive 25 as opposed to 45. It was the first month after moving to a new state where I needed to use a car to get around. There was no sign of kids anywhere nor a school.......But never the less I didn't bother to fight it because I had no time and I must have been guilty.
,, THe 3rd one was the one above which happened approx. 10 years ago and it was $118. I was starting to try to copy the other drivers that would not stop when the light turned yellow at a left turn under the overpass. They would speed up and I tried to copy them,, but it did not work for me and it just turned red and I got caught on my first time. I thought that would be removed or not go on my driving recored if I took the defensive driving class.. but apparently it is on my record... Is this a mistake or can I do something to remove it? I am a very good, safe driver...I have driven a lot since then and my skills are improved.
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