As for the one-year you have to file an application to stay proceedings ( 11 (b) ) 15-days prior to your trial
so right now your only option is to plead guilty to a lesser charge or hope for a no-show of the officer
For the advise. Is there a possibility that the police officer might have lost/no record of the incident? Or anything of that nature? Thanks
Very unlikely for an officer to have no notes or to have lost them.pqtran wrote: Is there a possibility that the police officer might have lost/no record of the incident? Or anything of that nature? Thanks
For your advise. A friend of mind said that once he went to court and the case was withdrawn because the court doesn't have any record on the case. I appreciate any advise.
Went to court yesterday. The police officer showed up. I though, ah I was going to lose for sure, maybe I should plea guilty with a lesser charge. I was called up to face the JP, I stated my name the prosecutor then said the police officer has drop the charges. Wow, then the court clerk stated my name the said that the court has withdrawn the case and I may leave. So, that just to say that you should always seek for a trial date for all your traffic ticket. Thanks for great forum and all the great members for all the advises.
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