If I was charged with failure to my change address, can Ichange my license and plates before the court dateto avoid the fines?

Asked on November 7, 2011 under General Practice, Arizona

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FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

If you have been charged with the failure to change your address concerning your driver's license and your vehicle's registration, you can (and probably should) go ahead and make the changes before the court date.

Whether or not the court will dismiss the charges against you or impose a minimal fine when you show up for the hearing is an unknown. However, you can at least show the court that you were responsive and cleared up the situation.


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