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i pulled out of an eatry turning right onto a main rd @ 11:20pm with intentions of going afew blocks up to a groc store on the opposite side of rd. my sister was in car with me. the next thing I know my sister says we had a blow out and i say no something hit us. we ended up in ditch. the witness the officer took statement from said she was behind SUV that hit me.said she did not see my RED Firebird but believed the other car was going the speed limit of 45 said she did see her brake and swerve to adovid something. I got the ticket for change lane when unsafe. a witness came to me and said s
Asked on May 20, 2009 under Accident Law, Texas
J.V., Member, New Jersey Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 14 years ago | Contributor
You question cut off but if what you are asking is whether you can contest the ticket the answer is yes. Whenever you receive a parking or driving violation etc you have the opportunity to plead not guilty. A court date will be set at which time you go and present to the court why you are in fact not guilty.
If you have a witness who can testify that you were not in fact guilty than you would want them to come with you to court or you may want to call a local attorney to see about having an affidavit drafted if they may not be willing to go to court with you
Than it is up to the judge and you could obviously still be found guilty but as I said if you believe you are not its your right to plead it as such
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