Re: Speeding ticket not showing up in court database 2 months after, should I forget about it?
Eric d Molina
Date: September 18, 2017 10:54AM
I've received over 20+ speeding tickets throughout my driving life, in different states.
THE ONLY TIME THE JURISDICTION DROPPED IT BEFORE the COURT DATE/BEFORE paying the fine, etc was in New Mexico!
I got pulled over by 4 cops in full SWAT gear with machine guns etc.
Turns out these were "yaki's" and not real police.
If I paid the fine, their tribe would have had a BETTER Christmas (ticket fine was over $200). Imagine how many " pale faces" from outta state just cut checks to these people!!!
When I called the number on the ticket to get a "continuance" on the court date(was living 400 miles away in Mesa,AZ), the court clerk asked me what a continuance was....turns out it was tribal land, and ONLY natives had to pay, or risk getting their license suspended etc.
It ended that second.no suspension for that state, etc.
Pale Face 1
Yaki red faces 0
In closing, go to court bc there is a high probability Joe policeman won't have your date on his schedule, and not be there...ask for an immediate dismissal. If the judge denies your request and sets a continuance date for the policeman to appear, you will have legal grounds for an appeal, IF found guilty, ON the charges, THAT LATER FATE.