For a speeding ticket in Virginia they do not have a prayer for judgment. You can call the court and see if you are eligible for Virginia online traffic school and not have to appear in court. Or you can appear and ask for a reduction in the fine and the points. Of course you can always contest the ticket and go to trial but that is not advisable unless you retain a Virginia traffic attorney. Here is a site with more Virginia speeding ticket information.
Another View: The word "prayer" is a term which can be subject to different meanings, but in the legal context, it refers to the specific amount asked for as damages at the end of a complaint or petition. A 'prayer' gives the judge an idea of what amount of damages is sought, and a defendant who fails to answer it may have a default judgment entered against them for the amount that was 'prayed' (asked) for.
If you have had a judgment entered against you and have not paid, the prevailing party can request that the court garnish wages or property in order to pay the judgment entered against you. -J
Yes, if the infraction happened inside the state lines. however, they won't suspend the license themselves, but will request Ohio to suspend it.
livin' on a prayer :) SAVE A PRAYER
Celine Dion sang The Prayer with Andrea Bocelli.
A Prayer Request is when someone asks for a prayer from others. This could be going to friends, a post on Facebook, or online at a prayer request site like GODPleaseHearMe.
I believe that you are confusing the word "prayer" and its usage in a religious contrext with the legal terminology "pray for" which is strictly a legal term which loosely means, "to ask for."
It shouldn't affect it at all... for nowIt shouldn't at all. According to North Carolina law, a "prayer for judgment continued" is not a conviction. http://www.scstatehouse.net/sess113_1999-2000/bills/5155.htmFor a great resource on prayer for judgment check out: http://prayerforjudgment.comFind out when your judgment will be dismissed and under what conditions. A second offense in North Carolina could cause both to be convictions.
Sure you can. A Prayer Request is just asking others to pray for you. This could be from friends, a post on facebook, or online at a prayer request site like GODPleaseHearMe.
Prayer to forgive is the best. :)
For a great resource on prayer for judgment check out: http://prayerforjudgment.com
Decision without trial
you need or you will get in jail
A Prayer for Judgment Continued (PJC) is a finding of guilt without an entry of judgment for a criminal or traffic offense. A Prayer for Judgment Continued is a judge-granted remedy that is unique to North Carolina and may not be recognized by other states. However, a judge is not authorized to grant a PJC for a Driving While Impaired (DWI).
There are websites that provides prayer request service like PrayCentral.com or www.GODPleasehearme.com. You can submit your prayer request to be included in the book of intentions of Carmelite Nuns and/or to be prayed for by others. You can submit your prayer request in private, public or public-anonymous. *I've found a forum where they posted to receive prayer request. You can check it out here: http://randombabblings.ning.com/forum/topics/prayer-changes-things * I also wrote a really good Article about the power of prayer and if praying Online really works. Please give it a look http://www.squidoo.com/does-praying-online-work
You must sue them in court and win. Then you can request a judgment lien from the court and record it in the land records.You must sue them in court and win. Then you can request a judgment lien from the court and record it in the land records.You must sue them in court and win. Then you can request a judgment lien from the court and record it in the land records.You must sue them in court and win. Then you can request a judgment lien from the court and record it in the land records.