Depends on whether it is in your favor or not. If it is in your favor, pay it and don't say anything. It could very well be that the officer was trying to do you a favor and lower the fine. Usually they write a lower speed on your part. If it was truly an error, he wrote 25mph zone instead of 35mph zone, I'd contest it, there is more money and possibly more points in a larger difference. And document the issue carefully. The speed zones are well known and to show the error should be pretty obvious.
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Yes, you can.
As long as the officer that issued the ticket can be identified, say by the ticket number, the signature is not going to get it thrown out.
The speeding ticket is a separate issue. If you don't have insurance you get done for driving without insurance, speeding or not.
The officer is the key witness, the case would be canceled.
The written ticket will be sufficient to show probable cause and the judge will schedule a trial date if you enter a not guilty plea. The officer will show up for the trial.
if someone received a speeding ticket in the state of Utah and then went to pay it but the clerk said it had not yet been filed by the officer, then what is the statute of limitations for the officer to file the ticket? i think it should be less than one week.Mactord
Two things: 1. In some states you can be arrested or 2. The officer just writes "Refused to sign" on the ticket and hands it to you anyway.
You do whatever you were instructed to do by the Officer or what is written on the ticket. Do not ignore this.
Yes. No - its a jerky thing to do, but you should not be speeding if there arent any cops around - so they CAN ticket you if you were speeding when you didnt see them.
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For a speeding ticket issued by a Police Officer, Yes! For an alleged speed camera violation, No!
If you get a speeding ticket in Georgia and forget to pay your ticket, after a while, you will incur fines. If you continue to not pay it, a warrant may be issued for your arrest.
You'll probably get a ticket.
There are a few possibilities or ways of getting out of a speeding ticket. One way is flirting with the officer. Another is to ask for a warning. Lastly, one can go to court and if the officer doesn't show, the case will be dismissed.
Grant never received a speeding ticket, because there was no such thing as an automobile during his lifetime.
If you are late paying your speeding ticket, you must notify the county courthouse. If you don't, then your license will be suspended.
If I am from Florida but got a speeding ticket in CA, can I go to Traffic School to remove the points from my insurance? I plan on paying the ticket.
no you won't if they say you won't.
In some states, an off duty police officer can write a speeding ticket. It will depend on the laws in your specific state. You can always go to court to fight the ticket.
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.
Generally, if you got a speeding ticket, you're not going to get out of it. If you admitted guilt to the officer, you're almost guaranteed not to get out of it. If you go to court, and the officer shows up (if he doesn't, you may get out of it, but that's not guaranteed) and says "he admitted that he was speeding", you're toast. Short story, pay the ticket and don't speed next time :)
In the state of Florida, a police officer technically has five days to file a speeding ticket that they wrote. However this is not always the case and the court will still accept it even if it is filed later than that.