What will happen if I got a misdemeanor for shoplifting and took a class to get it taken off my record but just now got a speeding ticket?

The shoplifting conviction was my first offense. If I just got a speeding ticket, will it cause the misdemeanor to stay on my record?

Asked on December 4, 2013 under Criminal Law, Indiana

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Answered 7 years ago | Contributor

Fortunately for you most speeding tickets if the excessive speed is not too much over the posted speed limit of a give jurisdication are infractions which would not have any impact with respect to the misdemeanor that you received. Given what you have written, I suggest that you may wish to consult further with a criminal defense attorney in your locality to be sure. One can be found in attorneypages.


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