Can your driving record be available to the public?
Which of the following is not available to the public A Record of your mental health B Record of all your violations and crashes C Record of impaired driving convictions?
All traffic citations are a matter of public record but you have to request it from the department, usually under a FOI. Attorneys in many states search the records and will solicit you. Your record will also be available to your insurance carrier and your rates will increase dramatically. $1000 a year for three years is not unusual. Reckless driving is a very serious offense and you need to retain an attorney. lwpat http://www.speedingticketcentral.com
Yes, a will is a public record that can be found in a courthouse that is was probated in. However, a will is only a public record when the testator has passed away and the will has been probated. Until that time, the will is kept wherever the testator decides and would not be available unless the testator chose to share it with you.
Which record? Criminal record or driving record? For CRIMINAL RECORDS: - if they occurred prior to your 18th birthday they will disappear from the public access portion of your record automatically. If you wish, you can file a request to have your record EXPUNGED, but this takes some time and effort and must be done seperately for each individual record you want sealed. For DRIVING RECORDS: they are a running cumulative total of all your…
Will going to driving school take a speeding and reckless driving ticket off someone's public record so their insurance premiums will not increase?
What record are you referring to? Your driving record; Stays with you ALWAYS from the very first time you get your licnese issued. Your criminal record; Your juvenile record be shielded from public view after your 18the birthday. Your adult record will always be with you. It doesn't "go away" after the passage of a certain amount of time.
When you move out of state with a felony is it hard to find employment does the felony follow you state to state?
There's no reason YOU can't get a copy of your own driving record. Driver's records maintained by your state DMV are considered "public" records (with the possible exception of your home address and other peronal info) and you may be asked/required to produce it for a prospective employer, insurance company, etc..
The felonies will always remain on your record... however when you are 18 years of age your juvenile record will no longer be available to the public -UNLESS- the felony you committed as a juvenile caused you to be tried as an 'adult.' In that case, the felony offense WOULD show on your adult record.