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If you got a speeding ticket 5 years ago and have not paid the ticket does it become delinquent?

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2005-10-27 19:49:03
2005-10-27 19:49:03

That would depend on what city and state you reside in. Most municipalities and states have a 90 day period before it becomes delinquent and a warrant is issued for your arrest.

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