The Prayer For Judgement law in North Carolina and South Carolina, unlike
other U.S. states, allows traffic violators and some misdemeanor offenders to
Feb 4, 2014 ... A PJC is the acronym for a Prayer for Judgment Continued. ... Essentially, what a
PJC does is continue the judgment. Take a speeding ticket for ...
Mar 3, 2011 ... A Prayer for Judgment or a PJC is unique to North Carolina Law. ... In dealing
with clients who are trying to decide what to do about hiring an ...
Jan 9, 2015 ... How does a Prayer for Judgment Work? A Prayer for Judgment works because if
granted within the Court's discretion upon pleading or being ...
I believe it states that there can be no criminal action against a person who has
used a prayer for judgement within 3 years. Does this apply only to traffic ...
DUI, DWI, and traffic tickets, Prayer for Judgment Continued (PJC) – Todd E. ... It
is useful whenever a person facing charges does not have, or chooses not to ...
What is the "Prayer for Judgement" plea & will he be able to keep his ... It does
show up on your record, but the advantage is that it may not ...
In North Carolina traffic law, PJC stands for Prayer for Judgement Continued. ...
for a PJC, you're telling the court “It was a mistake, I promise I'll never do it again.
Sep 18, 2009 ... When a judge continues prayer for judgment the defendant avoids ... but there's
no corresponding statute allowing the defendant to do so.
What do I do if I missed my court date? Can I take care of a traffic ticket issued
across state in my own county? What is a “prayer for judgment continued?” Will