Is there a statute of limitations on traffic violations. Like if I get a ticket for failure to yield from an officer and the officer doesn't include the failure to obey posted traffic signs, can he later charge me for the second offense when I challenge the ticket for the first offense?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Not likely since the second charge appears to be essentially a variation of the
first one (in my opinion).
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