Fail to Yeild to Pedestrian fatal error on ticket?

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Fail to Yeild to Pedestrian fatal error on ticket?

by: jettech on
Thu Dec 15, 2011 9:42 pm

I made a right hand turn at an intersection at night and it was raining (no overhead lights at corner) and a pedestrian walked out in front of me. I bumped him and he fell down. He was sent to the hospital to get checked out and released a short time later ( no injuries, broken bones etc.) The police officier wrote up the ticket and wrote the wrong fine amount (error of $65.00)
Is this a fatal error that will kill the ticket if i do not respond after 15 days?
any comments would be appreciated






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