How long does a police officer in Florida have to file a DUI ticket from the date of the incident?
i don't know your state's laws, but there is a little thing called due process. im not sure if it applies here but i basically says... if you are arrested(which i assume you were) then the police are obligated to file and process your citation with a reasonable timeframe(24 hrs on a weekday, 72 hrs on a weekend). if you think that they forgot or something, guess again. In Virginia, it will be arrested at site and book at police station when arrived. If happed at weekend, it will stay in jail until bond out or seeing judge on Monday.
yes because if a police officer is off their shift and are speeding they can get a ticket anyway. The average citizen does not have the legal authority to issue a ticket to anyone, police officer or regular citizen. A police officer can issue a ticket to another police officer who is violating the law while not in the performance of their duties.
Officer wrote that your car was green on the ticket but its black and on the regristration it says black can this be dismissed?
Can a civilian narcotics officer follow you home and use an on duty police officers tickets book and write a citation?
I've never heard of a 'civilian narcotics officer." If you are referring to a narcotics officer who works undercover or in civilian clothing - he is STILL a police officer. Whatever action he took that necessitated the issuing of a ticket - police officers don't 'own' the ticket books they carry. A ticket book is nothing but a pad of legal forms that can be utilized by ANY sworn law enforcement officer for issuing summonses…
What happens if police officer forgot to ask you to sign on your no seatbelt vioation in the state of Florida?
Can a police officer issue a traffic ticket based on the claim of a third party if the officer was not present when the alledged infraction took place?
NO THEYANNOT GIVE YOU A TICKET. tHEY HAVE TO ACTUALLY SEE WHAT HAPPENED, they cannot go by hearsay. All they can legally do is tell you that someone reported the incident to them and they are giving you a verbal warning, that's all they can do. Yes, the officer can write the ticket. However, if you contest the citation and can prove the officer did not witness the accident/incident the judge case will be dismissed…
Based on the question, I assume the officer in question is employed by the police department; however, has not completed training through the state. Yes, the police officer can issue a ticket. Although not certified, the officer has been granted authority through the police department, and holds the authority to do anything that a certified officer may do (within reason).
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.
Can a police officer give you a ticket for reckless driving on a private road on an eyewitness report?
Can a Florida police officer void a ticket after it has already been issued but not paid say maybe because the officer discovered the next day the violating motorist was a coworker's daughter?
Can a police officer give a parking ticket on private property in a gated apartment complex in Texas?
Most locations have a law against bad driving. It's not exactly called that... it may be legally referred to as "careless and imprudent", for example... but it basically means that a police officer can give you a ticket for almost literally anything the officer considers to be bad driving. You may be able to contest the ticket, in which case you're taking your chances that a judge and/or a jury will agree with you and…