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What could be the consequences for not paying tickets for traffic violations in Pennsylvania when you live in the state?


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Answered 2007-02-28 18:08:46

A judge can issue a bench warrant and you will be taken into custody if you are stopped by an law enforcement officer. In some cases the person can be arrested at his or her place of employment or residence. Other lesser consequences, you would not be able to renew a driver's license or the registration of a vehicle in your name until the matter is resolved.

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