it can be discharged
If the officer does not appear when required, the citation is usually dismissed. But the officer is not always required.
The important question is whether the incident documented by the police officer actually happened. If it happened, and the officer merely made a mistake on the color of the car, you cannot get the ticket dismissed.
The charges are dismissed.
As far as i know, if the officer who wrote the ticket doesnt show up to your court date, the fine as well as the points of the ticket are dismissed, its as if you never were pulled over.
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Neither may be required. If the officer's signature is required then the citation may be dismissed. You should contact the court listed on the citation for information .
It is unlikely to be dismissed. In many cases officers will put a lower speed on the ticket just to be nice.
If it is proven, then he could be suspended , or transfered or in a rare case dismissed.
I would say no
Very well. If the officer does not have probable cause then the case will be dismissed and the officer open to a lawsuit.
In most States the case would be dismissed and the officer reprimanded or maybe even fied.
== == You will have to attend on the "court date" and try to have it with-drawn, by the prosecutor, on the basis that the citation is "defective" it it's information. He/she may drop it, or may have the officer re-write another charge on the spot. It will be decided on YOUR past driving record, and YOUR attitude towards the officer at the time you were stopped.
If the charge was dismissed, yes, they probably are eligible for commissioning.
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There is a slight chance the officer could keep their job, but they really shouldn't be able to keep their job or license.
then you wernt sppeding....your lucky
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It could be, but your allegation would have to be proved first.
Police do not need probable cause to pull you over, they need reasonable suspicion. However, If you can prove that your actions were in accordance with your laws the ticket can be dismissed. Generally, If a Police Officer fails to appear in court on a traffic ticket, you can have the ticket dismissed.
A judge MAY dismiss a case if the arresting officer fails to appear, OR he may choose to 'continue' the case to a new date. If the case is dismissed, the disposition is usually, "Dismissed for Lack of Prosecution." Before that happens the judge will usually try to determine why the officer is not present for a good and reasonable cause (e.g.- is he on assignment - is he ill - etc).
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