Negative consequences of getting traffic ticket

Will traffic tickets lead to imprisonment? This may be the most negative consequence for getting a traffic ticket, but usually, only those convicted with serious traffic violations have high possibility of ending up in jail. Some of the most serious traffic violations include reckless driving, and of course, drunk driving. Most state laws do not […]

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