i just turned 17 two months ago and i have got 2 tickets and i just got another one this is my second fail to yield. do you think they will suspend my license
2 Answers from Attorneys
Definitely, if you just cave and pay all (or default on) all three. That's why you are offered a formal hearing on the back of your tickets.
Ask for and show up for a formal (not informal) hearing and you could keep driving (usually if you agree to a one day safe driving class).
if you let a lawyer handle it your chances are a whole lot better.
Call me to discuss the case at 810-227-7200
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