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Old 16th April 2010, 20:40   #31
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Call them both, explain your situation and they will inform you on what options do you have and how much it will cost for them to represent you.

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Ok. I'll call them by the end of the day and see what happens...
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Old 20th April 2010, 19:23   #32
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I guess every state is different in how they handle traffic violations, but here if you get insurance before the court date they will drop it 100%, you pay nothing. If you don't then you have problems. There is a ton of these cases every day here for Mexicans that do not have insurance. (Literally about 20-30 a day no joke). They are so bombarded that I guess they just decide to drop it. Not sure why they don't charge a fine up front.
Heck, here in Texas we had a foreign born U.S. citizen, get thrown on the ground, handcuffed, and taken to jail, just for driving his M6 without insurance. We hate drivers without insurance, makes our insurance go up ! t
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We hate drivers without insurance, makes our insurance go up ! t
I'm not sure if it's really true, but years ago I was told that about 30% of the drivers in Hawaii did not have insurance. And of course the rest of us who do have it are paying for the low lifes who are breaking the law by driving without it. And the uninsured claim they don't have it because it's too expensive. Well, duh, if only one person paid for insurance and everyone else had none, the second person to get insurance would find it outrageous as well. You can't debate economics with the "poor"...
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Old 20th April 2010, 23:04   #34
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show proof that you got insurance now and a valid dl
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Driving without insurance is a serious offence in NJ or anywhere else, i doubt that they will change to a lower offence. GET AN ATTORNEY!!
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