The Prayer For Judgement law in North Carolina and South Carolina, unlike
other U.S. states, allows traffic violators and some misdemeanor offenders to
Mar 3, 2011 ... A Prayer for Judgment or a PJC is unique to North Carolina Law. Only a judge
may grant you a PJC in the state of North Carolina, and it is ...
A “Prayer for Judgment Continued,” also referred to as a “PJC,” is unique to North
Carolina and is available only to North Carolina residents. A PJC is a tool that ...
Jan 9, 2015 ... A prayer for judgment continued is unique to North Carolina; however other
States ... Is there a difference in Prayer for Judgment and a PJC?
In North Carolina traffic law, PJC stands for Prayer for Judgement Continued. You
see, NC has this little tweek in the traffic and infraction laws that let you “pray” ...
?” A prayer for judgment continued, or what is often referred to as a PJC, means
A Prayer for Judgement Continued is to give you an opportunity to correct the
legality resulting in the ticket being issued (pay fine) and return to ...
Feb 4, 2014 ... Prayer for Judgement Continued PJC Raleigh ... effectively represented the
citizens of Wake County and all over North Carolina since 1989.
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Nov 14, 2012 ... A notoriously tricky and frequently misunderstood concept in North Carolina
criminal law, the “Prayer for Judgment Continued” (PJC) is most ...
May 27, 2011 ... We are often asked how do you request a Prayer for Judgment Continued on a
North Carolina Speeding Ticket. First, let me tell you that ...