Fran: I have not rec'd an answer yet, but not sure what additional information you need to answer my question. If this is going to be too complicated, then I would suggest closing out the question (and I assume under this scenario I would not be billed anything, since there would be no answer). If not - and if it is simply a matter of locating someone who has the information (I would assume any attorney that practices traffic law in the state of AZ would have this information readily available) then I would still appreciate a solid answer. So - please let me know how you would suggest proceeding.
I have tried nothing yet. I'm just trying to understand options for minimizing points from an out-of-state ticket. And I currently have 0 points.
Thank you for your follow-up. I appreciate the clarification.There are no expungements or removals available for points once they are obtained. There are typically only two ways, short of not receiving points to get them off your record. The first is time--with good driving points will be removed gradually from your record if you do not obtain further violations. The other is signing up and pursuing Driver Defensive School classes, which in some instances can help remove points faster from your record. This can be pursued even if the points are coming in from other states. Please consider going to this link below for the schools information if that is the approach you wish to take:http://www.azdot.gov/mvd/driver/driverimprovement.aspGood luck.
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