Yes, unless you gave the officer a Virginia license. If you showed him a Florida license, points will be added to you in florida.
There is a slight chance the officer could keep their job, but they really shouldn't be able to keep their job or license.
No according to a police officer that pulled me over in Indianapolis and looked at my Florida license
it can be discharged
Minnesota is soo in the Red - financially, nothing will happen to you. as a matter of fact, the Florida officer won't even know of a misdemeanor warrant for you... only felony warrants are national... have fun
You have to attend a 2 or 4 year program at a school in Minnesota POST Board approves. The MN POST Board is the agency that gives you a license to be a law enforcement officer in Minnesota. After graduation you take the state POST exam, and if you pass you can apply with departments. See related links for complete information.
If the officer does not appear when required, the citation is usually dismissed. But the officer is not always required.
Yes, You Do Need A License To Become A Police Officer. Your Welcome :)
No. Not by only running the license plate. However, the registerd owner(s) will be on the return the Officer gets. The Officer can then use that information to check for a license on the person listed on the return.
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.