Legal Question in Traffic Law in Washington

If a officer pull me over for no trail lights, writes me a ticket for no insurance but forgets to write the reason he pulled me over on the ticket, can the charges be dropped?

Asked on 3/17/13, 4:28 am

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Stan Glisson Glisson & Morris
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Probably not. They also write a report that goes to the judge. If you fight the ticket, you should get to see it also. In the report, the officer will probably explain the reason for the stop.

You can challenge all of the facts of course, but if the officer has a legal justification in the report, the judge is likely to find that the traffic stop was legitimate.

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Answered on 3/18/13, 11:07 am

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