correctable violation CA
Man it has been a while since i havent been on hear but i wanted to get some feedback and thoughts on an issue. So I recieved a correctable violation back in july for not having my seatbelts in working order and not having insurance on me. I corrected the violations and submitted proof. I forgot to send in the $50 bucks. I recieved a letter in september stating the fee was do but they did recieve the corrections. I sent the check, and now the court sent me a letter nov 25, 2011 stating i was found guilty and now owe the court $900 bucks. I called the court and they said they never recieved the money and for that now i owe $900. I dont see the check clearing my account and maybe it got lost in the mail i dont know but i asked to speak to the judge and they said i couldnt since this is a closed case. This doesnt sound correct I spoke to a senior clerk she said she would look into this issue but suggested i pay the $900 I told her that was not an option since this was corrected. Is there any law tactic i can use to appeal this? I thought about writting a letter to the judge. Let me know what you guys think...
Re: correctable violation CA
Get your car registered out of california when you can. In one of the nearby states. This is for future reference of course. California is notorious for this kind of shake down.