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Discussion in 'Civil Liberties Issues' started by I Shooter, Dec 8, 2012.

  1. I Shooter

    I Shooter

    Dec 22, 2011
    Hi all.

    I got a letter in the mail the other day. It told me that my drivers license had been suspended because of non payment of a ticket that I got for no seat belt.

    The only real problem is that I never got such a ticket. I was never stopped. Nor was I ever in the town that they said I got it in.

    I have talked with local police and was told more or less that I was a lier and needed to pay the ticket.

    I sent the money off to get my license back. Now what do I do about this.

    This is all bull. I wold have paid the fine if I had gotten the ticket. The fine is only $25.00. The bad part is that they can do this again to me.

    I have no idea what to do.

    Any one have any ideas?
  2. CanMan

    CanMan Silver Member

    Jun 15, 2012
    in flagrante

    You could ask for documentation, either in a still shot (if it was one of those sneaky 'red light cameras') or you could request the officer come forward to prove the infraction.

    Might have to go to court to get either.

    Depends on how much your time is worth to you.

    Does anybody else drive your vehicle?

    Hope you get resolution! :wavey:

  3. I Shooter

    I Shooter

    Dec 22, 2011
    I am the only one that drives my truck. The wife will not drive it. It is to big for her. 8' bed with crew cab. No it wasn't a camera. The officer claims he stopped me. Yet I have never been there nor has my truck.
  4. wrenrj1


    May 22, 2002
    Reverse your comment, that's what you should have done. Request documentation, THEN pay the fine if it applies.

    Sounds like you're done. Did you get your license back? If so, you're good. If not contact someone.
  5. SgtScott31


    Jan 17, 2011
    I would not have paid the fine. It's one thing to contest a ticket where there's a dispute between you & the citing officer, but if you were not even stopped and cited, you should have moved forward with written documentation to the head of the reporting agency and contest the ticket in the court. Paying the ticket is basically admitting guilt.

    I would imagine there's some pretty viable proof to back your story up. Video evidence, photos, cell phone records where you were, testimony from people you were with, etc etc. Why did you pay it?
  6. DustyJacket

    DustyJacket Directiv 10-289

    Oct 16, 2008
    Missouri, East of KC
    ask for a copy of the ticket.
  7. Glockingted


    Apr 10, 2010
    Kern Co, CA
    Some one stole your ID???????