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Just got move over ticket in Florida. Should I try to fight?
Just got move over ticket in Florida. Should I try to fight?JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?Customer: It was vehicle stopped by officer an I was driving first lane, I saw them and tried to move over but car behind me just started to do same, so it was unsafe, I started to reduce speed but I was driving on cruise speed, so it took some time. Officer after said that it was safe to move to second lane,JA: OK got it. Last thing — Lawyers generally expect a deposit of about $36 to help with your type of question (you only pay if satisfied). Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.
My 23 year old son was accused of following three girls at
My 23 year old son was accused of following three girls at night when he was comming out of our community where there is a very slow speed limit and speed bumps. He was going very slow as we all do in his sports car due to the fact that it is also very close to the ground so speed bumps can cause bottom of car to scrape so we practically have to almost stop and roll over speed bumps. The parents claimed they were scared due to the fact they were walking thru our community after 11 pm. They called the cops. My son explained he never saw any one and was going to the corner mcdonalds shopping center for a coke. And he has to go slow and especially over speed bumps. They gave a case number XXXXX comming to our house after midnight and took a picture of him!!! He has done nothing wrong other then going to get a coke and obeying our community laws on speed. What are our rights to get that picture removed from the davie police department file in florida? (Broward county).
On September 25 2011, at approximately 1:00 pm I was traveling
On September 25 2011, at approximately 1:00 pm I was traveling through Fallon Nevada and stopped by ccdtf, unmarked undercover officers. I was traveling between northern California in route to Arkansas in a rental car. When the officers approached the car and asked for id I requested to know why we were being detained and to identify themselves. I was informed by deputy#2 that they noticed my Arkansas license plate and they know how we do it in Arkansas( referring to us 2 white males) were is the meth. I knew my rights enough to know I was illegally stopped and expressed my opinion to the fact. But my real problem was the 20 mature marijuana plants I had in bags all over the car. The smell was their only topic and I was removed from the car with my friend and placed under detention for the next 1:42 while we waited for a warrant. During that time I challenged their authority to even be conducting any search and I know they tapped it. The rest is a nightmare that will take a long time to detail. But I was coerced. I know the definition and even tried to present my case to the judge after he gave me permission to speak and was told to "sit down and shut up" . I served13 months on a 2_5 conspiracy. If I can get sheriff detention loss I can prove I was coerced. Do I have any legal right to claim any kind of legal precedent here. I knew their was no other way out. Other than lawyer. I didn't have any money for stamps or phone calls. Nightmare
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Driver was following a large truck with
**NY traffic***Driver was following a large truck with snow and ice falling off its roof onto the driver's windshield. driver attempted to slow down but even at several car lengths chunks of ice and snow were still flying onto the windshield. Switching lanes did not help either. Driver felt compelled to speed up to pass the truck but as the truck driver was going above speed limit the driver had to go over speed limit to pass the truck. A police gave the driver a ticket for going 21 miles over limit and told driver to appeal the ticket. At the hearing the judge only offered a plea bargain and said that if driver felt he had a case thrn to wait for trial. Driver is preparing for trial and the only evidence he can find is an article saying that even at 200 fert, a driver behind a truck can still be struck by falling ice from a truck. Would this be sufficient evidence for the judge? (article: http://www.reformer.com/ci_22337888/police-urge-people-clear-snow-and-ice-from)
A was trailing behind a eighteen wheeler that had ice and snow
A was trailing behind a eighteen wheeler that had ice and snow falling from the roof. out of safety concerns A sped up to pass the,truck. As the truck was going faster than speed,limit A also went over speed limit to pass. A was issued a ticket for going 21mph above speed limit. A pled "not guilty" to the charge, and was given a hearing, but how likely will the judge find in favor of A?
Should a pregnant woman get pulled over & get a speeding ticket
Should a pregnant woman get pulled over & get a speeding ticket (speeding safely though) if she was having bad pains in her lower region, even though she tried to explain to the officer that she was trying to get to the hospital for that reason?
What does this mean in laymans terms:
NJSA 2A:15-5.1. ContributoryView more legal questions
What does this mean in layman's terms:NJSA 2A:15-5.1. Contributory negligence; elimination as bar to recovery; comparative negligence to determine damages2A:15-5.1. Contributory negligence; elimination as bar to recovery; comparative negligence to determine damagesContributory negligence shall not bar recovery in an action by any person or his legal representative to recover damages for negligence resulting in death or injury to person or property, if such negligence was not greater than the negligence of the person against whom recovery is sought or was not greater than the combined negligence of the persons against whom recovery is sought. Any damages sustained shall be diminished by the percentage sustained of negligence attributable to the person recovering.