What is the statute of limitations on a speeding ticket in Mass?
In Massachusetts a parking ticket will not have a statute of limitations. You have been informed of the violation and penalty.
Massachusetts does have statute of limitations in place. For this felony it would be six years.
Massachusetts classifies liens in various categories. For example, an estate tax lien runs a 10-year statute of limitations. Loans or lines of credit have a period of 3 to 15 years.
To my knowledge, the applicable statute of limitations would be three years, but I would suggest consulting with local Mass. counsel for confirmation.
Has anyone been stopped for speeding got ticket and passenger also got ticket for no seat belt in mass?
yes, everyone in a moving vehicle must wear seat belts or receive ticket.
Is it true that a speeding ticket on the Mass Pike for 80 in a 65 won't be reported on a New York State license?
Somebody's lying to you.
Massachusetts Statute of Limitations Below is a list of the types of contracts and statutes of limitations for Massachusetts. 1. Written Contract: 6 years 2. Oral Contract: 6 years 3. Injury: 3 years 4. Property Damage: 3 years Source: Mass. Ann. Laws ch. 260, § 1 et seq.
That will depend on the amount and whether it is brought as a criminal or civil case. For criminal it would be six years and for a civil debt case it may be three or six years.
Your under 18 years old and you just got your first speeding ticket in the state of Mass so how will that effect your insurance?
If the laws of gravity work in Mass. the same as they do in the rest of our universe, the technical answer follows. Have you ever hit your finger while nailing something. Well think of this as having hit your finger, now your waiting for the pain to start (and it will).
It many states it will vary depending on the type of debt. However, Massachusetts has set a single limit for all types. Written agreements, including Promissory notes and Oral agreements and open ended accounts (credit cards) are set at 6 years.
the statue in Mass is three years. I used to work in a legal office for a Massachusetts hospital, and two of the best and most aggressive med mal lawfirms in Boston are "Lubin & Meyer" and "Sugarman & Sugarman" (< not sure if the exact spelling on these but it's a good start).
Recall a fundamental postulate of relativity -- that one can not define the velocity of an object except in reference to a frame. Thus, we can NOT say an object is "speeding" unless we also define against which frame we are making measurements. In an object's own frame, its own mass never changes. In a frame that views such an object as "speeding," the mass of the object will be greater than it is in… Read More
It is not possible for someone that young in any state. And Mass does not have a clear cut statute allowing emancipation.
The property that a body has that resists motion if at rest, or resists speeding or slowing up, if in motion.
What is statute of limitations for filing against landlord when security deposit was not put into an an escarow account by landlord im Mass.?
Tough question. The general limit on actions arising out of contracts is six years. (MGL c. 260 sec. 2) I don't see anything in the security deposit law (MGL c. 186 sec. 15B) extending it.
It has no direct affect on the speed of an object. It does affect the energy content of the speeding object.
Statute of Limitation for Insurance Claims Most state regulation provide for a maximum of 2 year delay for filing an insurance claim. You should refer to your state's regulations for specific limitations. Your insurance agent will generally know the limitation for the state he does business in. Most homeowner policies require notification as soon as the loss occurs. The Commonwealth of Mass has a two year statute of limitations; however, most insurance companies will proceed… Read More
No, it is an equipment violation.
Potential Energy = mass * gravitational acceleration * height, or position Kinetic Energy = 1/2mass * velocity squared So, a speeding race car would have kinetic energy.
no, a force is not something an object has, like mass, but is part of an interaction between one object and another.
The truck has a very large mass while the bullet has very high velocity. And since momentum increases with mass and with velocity, both objects can have large momentum.
If you measure the mass of a movjng object as it moves through your laboratory, you'll always find that it has more mass than it had when it was just sitting on the shelf. The faster it's moving through your laboratory, the greater its mass will be. It doesn't matter whether it's accelerating or not.
It is KINETIC energy- mass in motion. Prior to being fired, the cartridge has POTENTIAL energy- stored, but not released (yet)
I am positive that it is definetly aound about 300miles and 480km in america
Sure. If there is any positive acceleration (in the direction of motion) then the speed is increasing. It doesn't matter whether the acceleration is increasing, decreasing, or staying constant. As long as acceleration (in the direction of motion) remains positive, the thing keeps speeding up.
Momentum = mass * Velocity. Boat has large mass but low velocity Bullet has small mass but high velocity. Momentum is a function of speed and mass. A slowly docking boat has a low speed, but the boat will have huge mass, therefore the momentum will be a large amount. The bullet has very low mass, but huge speed, and so, again, the momentum will be large.
If the planet increased its speed of rotation would we increase our weight decrease or notice no difference?
if the planet gradually starting speeding up, then everyone and everything would increase in total mass.
Malnutrition, starvation, loss of muscle mass, speeding down of metabolism, increased hunger and appetite, body begins to consume itself, organ failure, and death.
I think that it is impossible for a massless body to move an electron from its path. Photons are massless but how they are able to displace an electron having mass.
It is based purely on the persons mass and height. It does not take into account the difference between muscle mass and body fat so a person with a higher than average muscle mass may be scored as being overweight (i.e. carrying excess fat which is an indicator of potential ill health) when they are not.
Speed is scalar . . . that is, it measures movement amount per unit of time. Velocity is a vector . . . that is, it measures both speed AND the exact direction that the speeding mass is traveling.
If you only have the speed/time graph, you can't calculate force out of it. You could if you also knew the mass of the object that's speeding along, but not with the speed alone.
Each of those items has large momentum and kinetic energy ... the bullet because of its high speed, and the train on account of its large mass.
The clinical limitations of BMI should be considered. BMI is a surrogate measure of body fatness because it is a measure of excess weight rather than excess body fat. Factors such as age, sex, ethnicity, and muscle mass can influence the relationship between BMI and body fat.
The following are some limitations: limitations of human understanding resulting in incorrect or approximate models (Newtonian physics, until Einstein came around or modern cosmology and dark energy/matter), precision of measuring equipment, impracticality (find the total volume of rain form one cloud, or the mass of snow in an avalanche can only be approximated).
In Mass. can you get a ticket for driving someone else's car with an expired inspection sticker?
The velocity of flow in any pipe is determined by three things. The internal pipe diameter, the mass flow rate of the liquid and the fluid density.
An object that normally doesn't move at light speed (so, this doesn't include photons for example) CANNOT move at the speed of light. As it approaches the speed of light, its mass will get higher and higher (and tend towards infinity); as will the energy required to continue speeding it up.
That depends on what is happening to the speed at the same time, since kinetic energy depends on both mass and speed. If the speed doesn't change, then less mass implies less kinetic energy. You might suspect that it works this way. If it worked the other way around, then you'd rather be hit by a truck than be hit by a speeding speck of dust.
No, a change in temperature does not cause an observable change in mass. There are some limitations to this statement, however. Though special relativity states that mass is dependent upon momentum, and increasing temperature leads to increasing kinetic energy of molecules, the mass of the overall system does not change when weighed. The reason for this result is that the system is weighed in a frame of reference where it has no net momentum. So… Read More
Net Force is equal to the product of mass and acceleration.F = ma, where m is mass and a is acceleration When a net force is 0. 0 = ma, so either m has to be or or a has to be 0 because of the zero factortheorem. Mass is not going to be zero, therefore acceleration must be zero. When acceleration is zero, that means it is neither speeding up nor slowing down, but… Read More
If you receive a mass uniformed citation and the box for CDL license is checked wrong can it be dismissed?
Not going to happen. Minor errrors like that aren't enough to render the ticket void.
Well, F=MA Force = Mass * Acceleration Force takes into consideration Mass and Acceleration. Acceleration is M/S2 Force is M2/S2 Acceleration is how much an object is speeding up. Force is how much impact the object will have when it collides with something. When an adult hits you with the same acceleration as that of a child, the hit of the adult will hurt more (feel harder). Why? This is because there is more mass… Read More
In Massachusetts it depends on the debt is documented. Oral debts are usually the shortest. Written and Promissory Notes are the longest. Open Accounts such as credit cards vary. In Massachusetts they have set all of them at 6 years.
BMI-Body Mass Index-is a measure of the amount of bodyfat on a person of specific weight and height. It'sdesignation may be limited by the person's bone structure, muscular construction and ability to process carbohydartes.
The name of the crater caused by a speeding mass of meteoric iron that smashed into the earth's crust in Arizona about 40000 years ago?
Meteor Crater, AZ. However, I personally think that the collectible alien-headed demitasse spoons available at the gift shop there are in poor taste.
Got a parking ticket in Boston live in NJ. Signs were unclear and others we parked there and did not get ticket. Do not go to Boston much maybe 1x a year or less. Do I need to pay ticket?
Consider the possibility that the next time you are in Mass.- if you get stopped by a cop for any reason, they will do a "wants and warrants" check on you. Then, guess what? You are busted. And you may have incurred a heavier penalty for ignoring the ticket. You can always appear for the ticket and try to convince the Judge that because everyone else was doing it, you shouldn't be the one who… Read More
It depends on many factors. Is that the state where your license is issued? If not, Mass may decide that they just want some money from you. What was the citation for? Ten over won't amount to much, 50 over or wreckless driving will get you points no matter where you got the ticket. Points are what hurts your insurance rates.
You bought a car and got a ticket for no insurance how long do you have to get insurance after buying a car?
This may vary from state to state. In Mass, you have to have insurance in order to register a car (the insurance company has to stamp the registration form)
That method only works if the substance being measured is in liquid form. Also, the only property of the substance that can be measured is its volume ... the graduated cylinder cannot measure its mass, temperature, cost, density, etc.