How do you find out how many traffic violations you have gotten in the past?
Simply go to your local DMV office and take along your current driver's license and they will be glad to tell you how many past violations you have. Yes, do this...unless you have a warrant. If you have a warrant they will arrest you right then and there. I would suggest you CALL your local DMV or order your driving record. You can order your driving record online in most cases and you should only have to type in your state and the words driving record to find the site for your location. Make SURE you look for the website that ends with .GOV to make sure that it is a government site.
You received a ticket with 3 separate violation if you go to traffic school will it erase all 3 violation or just 1?
In the state of New Hampshire traffic school does not erase violations, it will deduct points against your license you have received because of violations. If you receive too many points, you lose your license for some determined amount of time. I have also heard that the more points you have, the higher your insurance is too.
It depends on the how the jurisdiction's local court system is set up to handle traffic offense cases. In some instances these type cases are heard by Justices of the Peace, Magistrates, Municipal court judges or even County judges. Many jurisdictions have a specail Traffic COurt established that does nothing but hear traffic cases.
It may or may not be a point, but the following may help: Some examples of one point violations: A traffic conviction. An at-fault accident. Examples of two point violations: Reckless driving or hit-and-run driving Driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs Hit-and-run driving Driving while suspended or revoked
Habitual traffic violations. A person who receives four (4) or more moving violations in a period of 12 months, or seven (7) or more moving violations in a period of 24 months, is subject to having their license suspended. A provisional driver (under 18 years of age) who receives two (2) or less than four (4) moving violations in a period of 12 months, is subject to having their license suspended. Texas Transportation Code 521.292…
If i was going 31 miles over the speed limit on a bridge in California am i allowed to go to traffic school .please answer asap i am in dire need of relief. thank you?
I'll correct this answer because I have the legal knowledge. Traffic violations in California are infractions and ARE bound by "Speedy Trial" requirements. (See Penal Code, Section 1382(a)(3).) For traffic violations, you have 45 days from the day of arraignment or entering the plea, which ever is later (usually both happen on the same day, but while we're talking about the law, in theory, they can occur on separate days). NOTE: However, if you mail…
Is there an insurance you can get for your CDL license if you have too many tickets for the past 3 years for an insurance to cover you at your place of employment where your position is an over the ro?
Yes. It depends though. Not all local authorities turn in 3111 violations as they are not required to send them to the state. And they don't want the state to know how many speeding tickets they turn into minor violations. If anything it might show up on your driving record IF EVEN sent but the insurance companies won't know about it unless they pull up your MVD.
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States and municipalities establish traffic ordinances, therefore it would be advisable to contact the DMV office in the state where the violation occurred. Even so it is unlikely an exact answer would be possible, as many factors would apply, such as the person having multiple violations, previous unpaid fines, and so forth. Many states and municipalities do not have SOL's concerning some moving violations, bench warrants are issued for those persons who owe substantial fines…
If you received a speeding ticket at age 17 but the Superior Court box was checked instead of the Juvenile one can you use that as contesting grounds?
No you can not, because juvenile court does not handle traffic matters, and you would not go to juvenile court at 17 anyways. The answet to your question though is no, all minor trafic violations are handled in superior court unless you live in a state with a specific traffic court, but there are not many of those.