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I got a traffic violation ticket in NYC, New York, No, Well
HiJA: Hello. What is your issue regarding?Customer: I got a traffic violation ticket in NYCJA: Because traffic laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: New YorkJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Well I was just Googling for answers -- I;ve done Just Answer for things like vet issues with my dog
I live in Hawaii. On 9-3-2015 I received a ticket tint on
I live in Hawaii.On 9-3-2015 I received a ticket for my tint on two windows of my Suv.Rule 7, Hawaii traffic law, time limitation for officer to turn in infractions is no longer then 10-days.A month has past and finally the ticket is in the system.Each week that passed, as I checked the e-traffic website the ticket came up in valid/does not exist. I took photos of each time I saw this.9-14-2015& 9-20-2015 & 9-22-2015.Finally, 10-2-2015 the ticket shows up in the system.According to the law stated above...do I have a defense ..and should the ticket voided ?
I HAVE A TICKET THAT I MUST APPEAR FOR. I GOT THE TICKET IN NEW YORK. THE DATE OF THE HEA
i HAVE A TICKET THAT I MUST APPEAR FOR. I GOT THE TICKET IN NEW YORK. THE DATE OF THE HEARING WAS CHANGED TO THIS JULY. RECENTLY NJ ASKED FOR A COPY OF THE CHANGED DATE. I SENT THEM A COPY AND INADVERTENTLY LOST THE PAPER WORK. I HAVE NO IDEA WHEN THE DATE OF THE HEARING IS OR WHAT THE TICKET NUMBER IS. ALL NUMBERS I CALL FOR TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS ARE PRERECORDED.HOW CAN I FIND OUT THE DATE AND TIME OF MY HEARING AND MY TICKET NUMBER? pLEASE HELP ME.
Can someone please translate this . Any person
Hello. Can someone please translate this for me.Any person subject to this article in the capacity of the operator, owner, or registrant of a motor vehicle operated in this State, or registered in this State, who violates any applicable provision of this article, shall be subject to citation for the violation by any county police department in a form and manner approved by the traffic violations bureau of the district court of the first circuit;(2) Notwithstanding any provision of the Hawaii Penal Code:(A) Each violation shall be deemed a separate offense and shall be subject to a fine of not less than $100 nor more than $5,000 which shall not be suspended except as provided in subparagraph (B); and(B) If the person is convicted of not having had a motor vehicle insurance policy in effect at the time the citation was issued, the fine shall be $500 for the first offense and a minimum of $1,500 for each subsequent offense that occurs within a five-year period from any prior offense; provided that the judge:(i) Shall have the discretion to suspend all or any portion of the fine if the defendant provides proof of having a current motor vehicle insurance policy; provided further that upon the defendant's request, the judge may grant community service in lieu of the fine, of not less than seventy-five hours and not more than one hundred hours for the first offense, and not less than two hundred hours nor more than two hundred seventy-five hours for the second offense; and(ii) May grant community service in lieu of the fine for subsequent offenses at the judge's discretion;(3) In addition to the fine in paragraph (2), the court shall either:(A) Suspend the driver's license of the driver or of the registered owner for:(i) Three months for the first conviction; and(ii) One year for any subsequent offense within a five-year period from a previous offense;provided that the driver or the registered owner shall not be required to obtain proof of financial responsibility pursuant to section 287-20; OR(B) Require the driver or the registered owner to keep a nonrefundable motor vehicle insurance policy in force for six months;
I was stopped by a traffic officer for driving on an nterstateView more traffic law questions
I was stopped by a traffic officer for driving on an nterstate ramp that had been closed. I did not see the sign and stopped immediatly when I saw flashing lights. The officer asked me if I did not see the sign which I did not. it was late at night and even though he did not ask me I suspecteded he yhought I had been drinking. He asked me to follow him back up to a McDonalds and I parked in parking lot. He gave me a ticket for driving on a closed road which I signed. He then asked if I had someone to come gert me and that if I drove I would go to jail. He never asked me about drinking or asked me to take a test. After an Hour I could not find someone to come get me so I drove home. I am not sure if I am in trouble for that. The ticket says nothing about DUI and I thought once I signed ticket I could leave.