California  |  Traffic Law

Legal Question

Asked on: 8/26/13, 4:49 pm

In CA, if a pedestrian traffic citation by a sheriff was issued manually on the ticket as a misdemeanor, but when scheduled an arraignment, the judge mentioned it's an infraction, can the ticket can be dismissed at trial if the indication of a misdemeanor is on the ticket if it's actually an infraction... or did the judge saying that it was an infraction casually allowed if that happened to be just a verbal slip of the tongue made on the bench?

Thanks!


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