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Las Vegas Distracted Driving Ticket for Eating, Like this Case?

By | 2015-01-30T22:41:29-07:00 January 30th, 2015|Categories: Distraction on the Road: Texting, Las Vegas Legal News, Online Legal Services|Tags: , , , , , , |

Could you get a traffic ticket in Las Vegas for eating a hamburger? It all depends on what you are driving like and who sees you. We bring this up as we read the Las Vegas news about this distracted driving ticket given to a man in Cobb County, Georgia. It does happen that police will issue distracted driving tickets for eating, it is something that we here at 24hourticketpower.com have seen from our clients, that we have helped them with. It really all depends on the officer and the driver in that situation. Most people eat when they’re driving. Maybe not all the time, but often. Finishing breakfast on your way to work, finishing lunch on your way back from your break. Eating a snack on your way in between meetings or to pick up the kids. It happens. One of the keys to properly fighting one of these tickets is whether the officer catches you doing something else. It’s not illegal, per se, to eat while driving. It becomes distracted driving when it causes you to lose your lane, speed, miss and ignore a traffic sign, or run a red light, for just a few examples. That’s where [...]

Courtesy Citations? State Legislatures Contemplate Warning Traffic Tickets

By | 2011-03-19T10:17:13-07:00 March 19th, 2011|Categories: General Ticket Info, Online Legal Services, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Many of us know the feeling: we’ve just glimpsed the flashing red and blue lights of a Nevada highway patrol car in the rearview mirror, and a quick glance at the speedometer tells us all we need to know. “But I got stuck in traffic getting onto I-15, and I can’t be late to this appointment!” “I normally drive the speed limit, but I the radio was playing my favorite song and I lost focus.” “Darn. They caught me.” This is just a sampling of the thoughts that go through the minds of Las Vegas drivers as they prepare to pull over and face a Clark County speeding ticket. Another thought we frequently have when we are trying to avoid getting a Nevada traffic ticket is, “Can’t I just have a warning this time?” Well, as luck would have it several state legislatures across the country are considering instituting a regime of “warning tickets.” Yet Buyer, Beware – the defense of these new proposals has more to do with money than mercy. The idea is that a police officer would issue a warning ticket – with a fine ranging from $100 to as much as $1,000 – that the driver [...]

No ‘Toys for Tickets’ Traffic Citation Relief for Nevada, Other States

By | 2010-12-24T11:16:45-07:00 December 24th, 2010|Categories: General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Online Legal Services, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , |

What if you could get out of a Clark County traffic ticket and make a donation to charity in a single action? Traffic citation relief programs such as "Toys for Tickets" used to be popular in a number of cities across the country but are now absent in Nevada and disappearing in other states. For motorists looking to deal with tickets, the best alternative is to fix a Nevada traffic citation online. The state of Connecticut just ended its popular, long-running Toys for Tickets program this year. The system allowed drivers cited for minor traffic infractions to have the tickets dismissed if they made a donation of a sufficiently valuable toy or winter gift to a local charity. This allowed for a synergistic combination of Christmas clemency and holiday giving, and the program was very popular among motorists. As governments such as Clark County and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department attempt to maximize revenue and trim administrative costs to meet budget shortfalls, quirky and generous programs like Toys for Tickets are likely to be relegated to history. If you need to fix a Las Vegas traffic ticket, you can do so online by filling out our fast, easy online [...]