Hello all.. got yet another ticket.. looking for help, so i'm here.
I am a RI Driver with RI plates and I was recently pulled over in Massachusetts. The LEO issued me a speeding ticket but wrote the wrong License # and that my license was from MA. Can this be easily dismissed?
Yes, potentially easy to dismiss because its incorrect information. Anything that’s wrong on a ticket can help get it dismissed. Specifically your license # or plate #.
Originally Posted by CKY
Who’s to say which is correct, the license # matches yours but the car pulled over doesn’t so how could it of been you. Or vice versa, the guy with the plate# written down gets the ticket but his license # doesn’t match.
Last edited by Ripper238; 10-05-2009 at 01:52 PM.
Welcome to the forum. My father received a speeding ticket from a Massachusetts state trooper in july of 2005. He had a Maryland license and I believe Massachusetts isn't a member of the Drivers License Compact...thus he never paid the ticket and nothing happened. I believe MA would just suspend your license in MA for awhile. It all depends on how much you drive there. Honestly I wouldn't pay it unless you travel there often.
If you are referencing a number that started with an "A" it is an assigned number from the state from some other citation you likely received previously.