What happens in court for a speeding ticket?

Answer When you get a speeding ticket, you can pay the fine, request supervision or elect to go to traffic court and fight the ticket. You can represent yourself or get an attorney, but representing yours... Read More »

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Do you have to go to court for a speeding ticket?

In most cases, you don't have to go to court for a speeding ticket--although you can appear in court to fight it, if you want to. You should be able to plead guilty and pay the ticket before court.... Read More »

How to Plead in Court on a Speeding Ticket?

How you plead on a speeding ticket can have far-reaching consequences, including the assessment of fines, increased insurance premiums and even license suspensions. A pleading is your statement to ... Read More »

What happens when a court date on speeding ticket doesn't match the actual court date?

Traffic tickets sometimes have incorrect information on them. Some errors--e.g., those pertaining to dates and spelling--are considered clerical errors and not, according to Dynamic Legal Solutions... Read More »

How can you plead not guilty for a speeding ticket 500 miles away without appearing in court?