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Often there are multiple violation codes on your ticket. This is normal. The officer only has one chance to charge you, so by issuing multiple violations, they increase the likelihood of conviction.

Things that matter:

  • Details of the ticket – issuing agency (police dept. or sheriff, etc.), specific court, violation codes
  • When and where of your court appearance is usually found on the ticket or summons.

Helpful Hints:

Try to remember specific details about the traffic stop including details before, during and after the incident.

Often, before your court date, your license is suspended. Make note of when that goes into effect.

Locate needed providers so you are fully informed. Understanding time, effort and cost will enable you to be proactive and take control.

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