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What is the statute of limitations on traffic violations in Texas?

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Answered 2008-09-16 04:09:16

If the ticket has been issued, there is no SOL to be applied. Pay the fine or appear in court. The SOL is two years for misdemeanor violations, three years for felonies.

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There is no statute of limitations on traffic tickets in Texas or most other states.



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