For those of you who are unaware, court supervision is essentially a promise that you won’t violate any criminal, ordinance, or traffic laws during the supervising period in exchange for the ticket not being on your public driving record. It is also a promise that you will pay all fines and court costs as well … More What can I do to keep my court supervision if I got another ticket?
Answer: When a traffic ticket is issued, a court case is created that can end several different ways. Finding of not guilty, dismissal of charges, or a finding of guilty are just a few of these. In traffic court, guilty judgments are divided into two categories: convictions and court supervisions. In general, the big difference … More TRAFFIC QUESTION: What’s the difference between court supervision and a conviction?
Question Continued: I am 20 years old and was suspended for receiving a second speeding ticket conviction. My previous lawyer lifted the suspension and I got supervision with traffic school. After my supervision ended, I got another ticket for a stop sign violation. Can I get supervision and traffic school again and how likely is … More Can I do traffic school again and get court supervision?