Sure they are different opinions on here...
here's my view:
Just Paying ticket=Bending over to PoPo
Court Supervision=Chain around your neck
Enlisting Attorney=Smart Move!
From "fighting a speeding ticket" thread:
Originally posted by outlawstar33:
don't understand the court supervision, how do you go about getting it, do i ask for it, or where can i find more info on it?
that's a good question because I'm curious on it too, and the guy who brought it up has yet to answer my latest questions (if you scroll up). But all in all, even if it is true what he is saying, I still see it as losing control of the situation by putting yourself at the mercy of the police and the courts. What if you DO get another ticket within those 90 days for BS reasons. Then you would be definitely screwed because both tickets would go on your record, and it would be much harder from then on to use an attorney to get rid of speeding tickets given your blemished record. I say go attorney from the very start, and always from then on. It's the surest route. I only have parking tickets on my record and my insurance has not gone up a penny.
Thread with link on fighting a speeding ticket:https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthrea...#Post1870142775