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Thanks Nate for the reply.
Is the Violation Processing Center, VPC required to reply to my certified notorized "Conditional Acceptance" letter? And if I don't receive a reply, I will not be in violation if I don't show up on the 11/07/13 scheduled court date?
My last question relates to Red light camera violation citation, being dropped when the person who receivies the notice and replys with a "Conditional Acceptance," C A letter that states a police officer must sign a ticket that he withness the violation for it to be legally binding. Is the C A letter legaling binding?
Per you original answer, is to follow up and show-up at court if I'm on the court docket, and they have not dropped the violation.
Should I, or do I need to bring a copy of the " Conditional Acceptance" letter to the court as proof?
Thank you again, Dennis
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