When Do I Plead No Contest for Traffic Violation?

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You can plead no contest for traffic violation when you admit your guilt. The only exception between admitting that you are guilty and pleading a no contest is that you cannot use it as an admission in a civil suit. You can contact your attorney in order to find out more about this.
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1. Examine the ticket for the violation alleged. Review the ticket to ensure that the ticket is accurately completed and pertains to you personally. 2. Locate the printed matter on
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If you plea no contest, this means you aren't saying you are guilty, but that you aren't completely innocent either. And yes no contest is essentially by the courts like pleaing guilty
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Not Legal Advice: You can plead for no contest. However, the court will still enter a guilty finding.
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1. Carefully scrutinize your ticket. Note exactly where and what time the stop occurred, the weather conditions, the alleged moving violation, the officer's name ...
1. Carefully scrutinize your ticket. Note exactly where and what time the stop occurred, the weather conditions, the alleged moving violation, the officer's name ...
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