yes I've had one thrown out
Probably not, I am not a lawyer or judge, but if you admit fault to a higher charge, the judge will simply ammend the violation and hold you to that. Typically in traffic court the officer is there to testify for the procecution of the violation, if you ADMIT to a higher crime the officers testimony is no longer needed since you confessed.
It is not likely to be thrown out for an error. The rest of the information is sufficient to identify the person and vehicle.
You can be declared in violation of your probation and thrown back in jail.
Yes, it can!
If you don't mind getting thrown out of the game and facing possible criminal assault charges, sure.
Anyone that drives all the time is probably going to have an off day once in a while and get a ticket for committing a traffic violation. If you are on vacation and get a ticket, it can really ruin your trip. Before you admit your guilt and simply pay the ticket, consider the consequences. A moving violation such as speeding will add points to your license and probably cause your insurance premium to go up. Traffic lawyers can help you avoid getting points on your record and often can get the ticket dismissed before the judge. When a police officer pulls you over and issues you a citation he must, by law, follow proper procedures every step of the way. If any doubt is created about the validity of the process, as pointed out by your traffic lawyer, the charge will be thrown out.
If all the other information on the ticket is correct, no, it is highly unlikely. .
Pay the towing and storage fees then get a lawyer.
It depends on the information that is incorrect. A minor error in a number of name is not going to do it.
That depends on what you were ticketed for! Each violation has it's own fine, ranging from maybe $35 for a parking ticket, to several hundred dollars for more serious moving violations like speeding, running a red light, etc.The last time I received a ticket, I ordered this ticket beating system thing from this site: http://www.beat-traffic-tickets.info/ and it had some pretty good info, I was able to get my ticket thrown out in court.
Mainly from the dust and dirt thrown up by passing traffic
No, sorry as long a they have your VIN number and your drivers license right they can still prove it was you.
Why, such is love's transgression. -From Romeo and Juliet:) Transgression is a violation of a law. Sentence: In Ancient Rome because of person's transgression against the law they would have them crucified or thrown in the lion's den
if you mean thrown from throw its thrown : ριγμένος (rigmenos)
It depends on how much of an error it is. The owner of the vehical can be held responsible, regardless of what name was written down.
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Yes. An exception can be caught and re-thrown. It is perfectly legal.
I will throw I'm going to throw I will have thrown I'm going to have thrown
If the ball was thrown-in by a teammate, no. If the ball was thrown-in by an opponent, yes.
Before it is thrown is has potential energy and when it is thrown and moving it has kinetic energy