In Oklahoma, if one gets a ticket for not having proof of insurance in the car, but later demonstrates proof that they in fact did have insurance, are fines and costs forgiven?
If so, is there then a statue of limitations beyond which one cannot offer that evidence?
1 Answer from Attorneys
In my expereinces if a person brings proof of insurance to court with them for a no insurance ticket the Judge will drop the fine and only have the person pay court costs. But it is at the Judge's discretion. Oklahoma law states that you must carry proof of insurance with you at all times.
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