Citation for driving with out insurance but i didnt know because it was my vehicle.

Good Morning I had a question. Not to long ago, I was involved in a small accident. Nothing major happened, we just scratched each other paint. the problem is I wasn’t driving my car at the time, I was driving my cousin and she told me she had insurance on her car and it turns out she didn’t. so they gave me a citation for driving with no insurance. they impounded her car and told her she can get the car out once it has insurance, so she got the car out the next day. but she doesn’t want to give me a copy to me so I can get my ticket dismissed. what can I do? I cant afford to get another ticket especially if she does have insurance on her car. this happened in the city of DALLAS

Asked on April 2, 2016 under General Practice, Texas

Answers:

B.H.F., Member, Texas State Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 4 years ago | Contributor

You can hire an attorney for the limited purpose of helping you draft a subpoena duces tecum to require your cousin to appear in court and to bring the proof of insurance with her.  She can then be required to tender a copy to the court so that you have verification that there was insurance on the vehicle.


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