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Old 10-08-2010, 09:58 AM   #41
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I got a ticket last night for speeding.. Tell me why i got another one 3 min later! From another cop wtf. Broke a world record. Time between tickets are literally 15 min apart. Court will be in lubbuck court house.. Its usually busy when i visit
Dont feel to bad! The same exact thing happen to me... I got pulled over for speeding in my truck and the cop gave me a ticket and I took off and turned down another street and got pulled over by another cop in just a few minutes. He also gave me a ticket!!! it sucked!
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Old 10-08-2010, 10:13 AM   #42
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Going through the thread, I wanted to clarify this point:

Deferred adjudication and deferred disposition are two very different things with different effects on your criminal history. Deferred dispositions are only granted for Class C misdemeanors. Deferred adjudication can be granted for most other crimes. A lot of prosecutors, defense attorneys, and even judges don't know that there is a difference between the two.
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Old 10-08-2010, 10:49 AM   #43
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slow down andrew. Driving speed limit or only 5 over max save me thousands of dollars man. You should do the same thing. Arriving 5 minutes later is worth saving a few hundreds.
but can some one clear this for me?
If he can't get these two dismiss, does that mean that he'll have to pay the full amount for his deferred ticket(s) that he received a few weeks ago?
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Old 10-08-2010, 11:01 AM   #44
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It depends on the wording of the judgment granting deferred.

If the wording of the judgment is to not "receive any violations" or something to that effect, then just getting more citations is enough to revoke the deferred. If the wording of the judgment is "not be convicted" then it would require a conviction. Whether more money has to be paid is also dependent on the wording. Some courts have the full bond amount already paid and others set a contingent fine.

More importantly is that if all violations end up sticking, that is an automatic 6 points on his driver's license. This will trigger an automatic license suspension unless surcharges are paid for the next 3 years, and depending on his record, could mean a mandatory license suspension of several months for being a habitual offender.
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It depends on the wording of the judgment granting deferred.

If the wording of the judgment is to not "receive any violations" or something to that effect, then just getting more citations is enough to revoke the deferred. If the wording of the judgment is "not be convicted" then it would require a conviction. Whether more money has to be paid is also dependent on the wording. Some courts have the full bond amount already paid and others set a contingent fine.

More importantly is that if all violations end up sticking, that is an automatic 6 points on his driver's license. This will trigger an automatic license suspension unless surcharges are paid for the next 3 years, and depending on his record, could mean a mandatory license suspension of several months for being a habitual offender.
from my personal expereience thats how i been gettin away with all my tickets on deferred with out a need of a lawyer
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Old 10-08-2010, 12:19 PM   #46
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More importantly is that if all violations end up sticking, that is an automatic 6 points on his driver's license. This will trigger an automatic license suspension unless surcharges are paid for the next 3 years, and depending on his record, could mean a mandatory license suspension of several months for being a habitual offender.
From the sound of things, maybe this is a good thing.
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just checked and i got differed diposition
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Old 10-08-2010, 12:56 PM   #48
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It depends on the wording of the judgment granting deferred.

If the wording of the judgment is to not "receive any violations" or something to that effect, then just getting more citations is enough to revoke the deferred. If the wording of the judgment is "not be convicted" then it would require a conviction. Whether more money has to be paid is also dependent on the wording. Some courts have the full bond amount already paid and others set a contingent fine.

More importantly is that if all violations end up sticking, that is an automatic 6 points on his driver's license. This will trigger an automatic license suspension unless surcharges are paid for the next 3 years, and depending on his record, could mean a mandatory license suspension of several months for being a habitual offender.
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