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When a 17 year old gets a ticket does she have to go to court with a parent or guardian?

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2007-05-10 02:07:30
2007-05-10 02:07:30

Not if the 17 year old has a drivers license - as opposed to a learners permit. In fact, unless the box on the ticket that says you MUST appear in court, just do what the rest of us do: check the Plead Guilty box and mail in the fine. Tells you on the ticket what the fine is.

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