Go or call to the court or the police department that issued the citation. Don't wait for a bench warrant, since that will cause you a LOT of problems later. Do research on how to fix your traffic ticket. There are free resources out there. I recently read a post on trickedmytruck site that was very informative. And the only way to get a copy of your lost ticket is to go to the county clerk of courts, most places want to see an ID.
well.... you shouldn't have been speeding in the first place bud.
They will have the information at the courthouse, or place where you go to pay your ticket.
Florida state police
how don't you know what country you were speeding in?
Call the dept. who gave you the speeding ticket. They will be able to give you a copy.
You will need to contact the office of the court clerk in Ontario to pay for a lost ticket. They will have the information or direct you to the proper division.
You are going to have to call the court. They are the only ones with a record.
The Wyoming police might be a good place to start.
If you lost your speeding ticket, it is still very important that you take care of the fine. Contact your local police department or your local courthouse, whichever is more applicable in your town or city. One of them will know what to tell you to do next. The record still exists, and you can still access it.
Any police department. Give them your drivers license number and they will tell you what to do.
There is a warrant for arrest given- You had better go and face them, or matters are only going to get worse- when you least expect them. Remember, they can come looking for you.
Heavy fine and lost driving license up to 6 months.
Call over to each of the 4 agencies and give them your name. Tell them you lost the ticket and want to pay it. They'll check your name against their ticket database and see if you are in their system.
i lost my hall ticket
The right sentence is "He lost his luggage, as well as his ticket". You can also write the sentence without the comma, as in "He lost his luggage as well as his ticket".
Well If you did the deed you should pay the fine. It doesn't make much sense to try and fight it in court if you are in fact guilty. Would the plan be to commit felony perjury and swear in court that you didn't when in fact you did? Felony perjury carries a much stiffer penalty than a Speeding ticket.If the officer lied about you speeding then of course you should fight it.AnswerIf it is only a 574 dollar ticket, plead guilty and pay. Don't risk court. I had a ticket with mandatory court appearance and fought it. It was a 110 in 55. Cost me 1539 after court fees and lost my license for 6 months. Just pay the fine and look out for cops in the future. Good Luck
IAM LOST IN MY HALL-TICKET....PLS REAPLY
You contact the courthouse and give them your information and they will tell you what to do, you will need someone here to do the leg work, but anyone can pay a ticket for anyone as long as they have the right information. If you cannot contact the courthouse you may need to fill out a Power of Attorney form and have your parents become your P.O.A. and then they can do everything for you.
Contact the city in which the ticket was issued and ask them.
"I remember getting the ticket" is describing something that happened in the past. For example, Sue could have lost her train ticket and she would say to her friend, "I remember getting the ticket." If she were to say, "I remember to get the ticket" it is not proper English and doesn't make sense
I would cry! Especially if it was a lot of money.
A yellow light does mean "caution". Look carefully at your ticket and what the exact violation is. If you think it is worth your time and money (because it will cost you money to go to court..your lost wages, travel costs, etc) to fight it, then fight it.
If a person loses their hall ticket for college, they need to have it replaced. They can write a letter to the college explaining that it was lost and the date that it was lost.
Apply to Wandsworth council.
Yeah you should be able to,