I was pulled over by a traffic cop for driving without a seatbelt. Unfortunately, since I did not have my insurance info on me, he issued me several tickets, including one for uninsured vehicle, which in NY State costs $750. The thing is, the car IS insured under my mother's policy. If I show my insurance info to the DMV, can I get this beaten? If he shows up in court should I decide to fight this, what are the chances that I will lose? And what is the worst that can happen if I do lose? What's the worst that can happen if I simply plead guilty and pay the (expensive) fines?
3 Answers from Attorneys
If you can get a letter from your (mom's) insurance carrier stating that on the date of the violation the vehicle was covered with no lapse that ticket will be dismissed.
Mr. OSullivan is correct
Do NOT under any circumstances plead guilty. You may have a viable defense to the charges. YOU MAY CONTACT MY OFFICE @ 7188340087 FOR A FREE PHONE CONSULTATION.
Related Questions & Answers
I got a speeding ticket in NY. I pled not guilty and have court date. Should I have... Asked 8/22/13, 12:42 pm in United States New York Traffic Law
I want to know if a Unmarked Police Vehicle in the State of New York can pull you... Asked 8/21/13, 12:29 pm in United States New York Traffic Law
I got a ticket for reckless driving in NYC. I received a ticket in 2011 for... Asked 8/20/13, 1:59 pm in United States New York Traffic Law
I was at a concert last night and a cop caught me using my friends ID, who looks... Asked 8/04/13, 11:12 am in United States New York Traffic Law