If you were found not guilty it will not show up on your driving record at all.
Traffic citations are a permanent part of your permanent lifelong driving record.
No. Not until after after the hearing AND if you're found guilty.
In Arkansas, if you have no previous tickets on your record and get a careless and prohibited driving citation, is it possible to get it reduced to probation?
You were driving, you got the ticket. Even if it was a faulty equipment ticket, it will be on your record.
What kind of "record" are you asking about. If it is your driving record - traffic offenses do not "go away" upon your turning 18. They are with you for life. It is only criminal offenses that are "shielded" after you turn 18. If it is a criminal record - go to the Clerk of The Court's Office and advise them that there is a juvenile criminal offense showing on your adult record.
In Georgia, traffic violations, including reckless driving, stay on your driving record permanently. So, even when the points drop off your record, the actual conviction remains.
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Your traffic record NEVER goes away, it is a running compilation of your lifelong driving record.
Since it is a moving violation, and your desire to have the points removed from your driving record, then traffic school is the way to go. Otherwise, that violation will stick on your permanent driving record for 39 months.
One point traffic violations are removed from the driving record after 3 years in California. Points for more serious violations such as DUI's take 10 years to be removed.
Traffic School??In most states traffic school is offered as an option and most of the time if you go through with it the court agrees to take the ticket off your record upon completion. As far as the violation goes, it is a moving violation and it will count as a point, just like a speeding ticket. Such a violation could also raise your insurance rates as well not to mention go on your driving record for at least 3 years. If this is your first ticket in the last 3 years and have no other previous violations or accidents, I wouldn't recommend traffic school personally, but that's just me. If you're real particular about your driving record or just don't want a ticket period, go to traffic school.