Traffic Violations and Tickets
Statutes of Limitations

How long is the statute of limitations on an Out-of-state parking tickets?

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2013-04-20 17:04:32
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No state has a statute of limitations on a ticket. The ticket serves as notice of the violation. Once issued, the state can determine whether they declare an amnesty for unpaid tickets.

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