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WHAT DOES THIS MEAN: VIOL/DT CONV/DT SEC/VIOL DKT/NO DISP

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WHAT DOES THIS MEAN: VIOL/DT CONV/DT SEC/VIOL DKT/NO DISP COURT VEH/LIC
JA: What state was the citation in? And have you consulted a local attorney?
Customer: NEW MEXICO AND NO CONSULTATION
JA: Do you need to appear in court?
Customer: NO
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: NOT AT THIS TIME
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Traffic Law
Expert:  Zoey, JD replied 4 months ago.

Hi,

I'm Zoey and I'll be assisting you. I'm reviewing your question now. Please be patient while I research and compose a reply for you.

Expert:  Zoey, JD replied 4 months ago.

These are just the general categories that would be filled in on your driving record with data about your case(s).

VIOL/DT stands for Date of Violation

CONV/DT stands for date of your conviction

SEC/VIOL stands for the section of the law that you are charged with violating

DKT/NO is your docket number (your case number)

DISP is the outcome of your case (the disposition)

COURT is the court where the case took place

VEH/LIC would stand for your registration and driver's license

Expert:  Zoey, JD replied 4 months ago.

Just checking in to see if you need more help or any clarification of my answer. If so, please reply here on this question thread.

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