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I recently got two speeding tickets (back to back days) in

Hi, I recently got two speeding tickets (back to back days) in the mail that were caught from the same speed camera while I was visiting family in Ohio (each one was for going 29mph in a 20mph zone). I have a Pennsylvania license so I wanted to find out whether I would get points on my license for getting the tickets out of state?JA: Because traffic laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: The tickets were issued in Ohio and my license is from Pennsylvania.JA: Do you need to appear in court?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I don't think so

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If I have a Wisconsin driver's license and receive a ticket

If I have a Wisconsin driver's license and receive a ticket out of state, will the ticket show on my record? I know Wisconsinis not a member of Driver's License Compact.

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Is it against the law to delay moving through a traffic

Is it against the law to delay moving through a green traffic light in michigan. I received a ticket for texting and driving...but I was stopped and put the phone down before moving. It delayed me proceeding thru the light when it turned green. I got a ticket, it was for distracted driving (texting while at light, stayed at light after it turned green)..I still went thru the light as did many other cars, and I wasn't texting while driving. I researched Michigan driving laws and see that they say it is illegal to text while in a moving car but it is not illegal to text while stationary. I cannot find if it is illegal to not proceed immediately thru a green light however and am looking for any law that may prevent me from fighting and winning this case.? Could you help with any detailed reaponses?

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I live in SFO Bay Area. My son's school starts at 8:15am. It

I live in SFO Bay Area. My son's school starts at 8:15am. It gets very crowded during the school starting time. Sometimes, I don't get parking space to park my car on the curbside. So, I park my car blocking a house's driveway. This house is very close to the school. I just have to cross the road and leave my son and come back to my car. It would take 2mins in total. When I see house owner's car in the driveway, I don't park my car there. So far, I have not had any complaints from the house owner.For the past couple of days, one of the moms is harassing me and cussing me for blocking someone else's driveway. She is not the owner of the property and she doesn't live in the neighborhood. Today, she took several pictures of my car as it was parked blocking the driveway.Is it illegal to block someone else driveway? What can she do with the pictures?

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I was recently in a small fender bender on 9-2-16. Between

I was recently in a small fender bender on 9-2-16. Between my wife and myself, we missed having auto insurance coverage as I thought she took care of it and she thought I did. Right after the accident (roughly 20 minutes) I picked up liability insurance. The next week I went to traffic court. The judge had me pay a fine and 2 points on my license. Since I showed him valid current auto insurance, there were no other actions taken. Today I recieved a letter from the attorneys from the party I hit claiming they had injuries. Which there was not but that is regardless at this point. The letter they sent states they are trying to to determine if i had liability insurance at the time of the accident (which technically I did not, it was 30 minutes after the accident). I have two forms enclosed. 1 form states that I I DID have liability insurance and the other states that I did not. I am supposed to sign and return. It also states that if I do not send in that insurance information, they will forward the attached form to the Ohio BMV to start the process to have my license suspended. What do i do in this case?

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My son was given a no-proof of insurance ticket by an IL

My son was given a no-proof of insurance ticket by an IL State Trooper. The Officer checked the box on bottom of ticket 'must appear in court." He told my son if he would take proof of insurance to circuit clerk he would not need to appear in court. He took my son's drivers license. My son took proof of insurance to clerk. She returned his drivers license and told him he would not need to do anything further. What should happen now? Should he go to court or not?

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TICKET VIOLATION46.20.342.1C DWLS 3RD DEGREE, STATE, NO ITS

TICKET VIOLATION46.20.342.1C DWLS 3RD DEGREEJA: Because traffic laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: WASHINGTON STATEJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: NO ITS JUST A AN INFRACTION TICKETJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Now the court date is 9-27-2016 can it be changed or not.

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I got a ticket for no proof of insurance in Overland Park

Hello! I got a ticket for no proof of insurance in Overland Park Kansas on Sep. 8th when I was pulled over for disobeying no turn on red sign (a new sign there I did not notice). I got a new car in this June and combined my auto insurance of the new car with my old car's. I thought I paid both in July. However, after I got the ticket, I called my insurance agent and was trying to get my ID card. They said I only have my new car insurance available at the time I was pulled over. So what I should do now? I need your suggestions? Thank you!

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20-years ago, when I lived with my mother in Tucson AZ, I

20-years ago, when I lived with my mother in Tucson AZ, I got a vehicle speeding ticket. I moved away soon after, and must have forgotten to pay the ticket. Since then I am not aware of getting any forwarded mail from my mother concerning this issue. Last week my mother informed me that a claim letter had arrived from the Tucson court system for approx. $900 for the unpaid ticket. Do I have to pay this after 20-years? I have lived in NY State for the past 15-years, and have no intention of relocating back to AZ.

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