How do I Get a Speeding Ticket Off my Record?

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To get a speeding ticket off of your record you can request that the court let you complete a driving safety course. Upon successful completion the court may remove the ticket. You can also inquire about a deferred adjudication.
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There is no way to get a speeding ticket off your record. Even if you go to court and win the case your record will still show that you recieved a ticket but that no points were given to you. The only ticket I know of that someone got taken off was when the officer gave a ticket for something that he could not. In that case he came by and personally apologized and asked for the ticket back. This happened to my sister and that ticket never appeared on her driving record.
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1. Speak with the judge or hire an attorney to opt for taking traffic school in lieu of having to pay the ticket. This method usually works if the ticket is currently outstanding,
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Tickets never actually "fall" off your record. However, in VA they usually only go back five years.
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Points one year old are cut in half and after two years
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Call the Court of jurisdiction, they will have a record of it. You can also request a copy of your driving record from the department of motor vehicles, but they may charge for it
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