Can Cops See Dismissed Tickets?

Do cops have to show proof of speeding?

A stop for a suspicion of speeding changes your rights exactly not at all, with you still only obligated to confirm your name and home address.

‘ That means the police just have to think you were speeding, and don’t need to provide any proof..

Can a cop radar you going the opposite direction?

Yes, moving radar can clock other vehicles speeds while the officer’s vehicle is moving both going in the same direction or even in opposing directions. These radar guns have a second antenna that measures the patrol cars speed while the other antenna tracks the target vehicle.

Can cops see if you have warnings?

depending on where you work, an officer may be able to see previous warnings and other types of stops. In other places, the officer may only be able to see the information provided through the driver’s license query (or the abstract and criminal history check, as noted by Paul Harding).

Do cops have to identify themselves if asked?

Police officers in plainclothes must identify themselves when using their police powers; however, they are not required to identify themselves on demand and may lie about their status as a police officer in some situations (see sting operation).

Why do cops give warnings?

Because the job of enforcing the law allows some discretion in how that enforcement action is undertaken. Not every violation need result in a citation and we have the authority to decide when a warning will satisfy traffic safety. Sometimes we want to be nice.

Can a cop from another town ticket you?

In California yes, they legally can, so long as they are not federal law enforcement personnel claiming to be enforcing a state law or local ordinance, and are not from out of state.

Do cops forget to turn in tickets?

If they don’t submit it at all, you’re case is never heard. If they submit it late, nothing happens other than maybe a chewing by the sarge. All our tickets are numbered and issued in sequence, so they know by Monday afternoon, at the latest, if one wasn’t turned in.

How long do cops have to turn in tickets?

As stated, for infractions the officer has one year from the citation date to file the ricket/charges. If it’s not filed by the date on the ticket, then you are required to periodically check with the court…

Can cops remove tickets?

Cooperation with law enforcement with the promise of a specific benefit to a person is a complex environment. The police may have the authority to “remove” a ticket but may also lie to you about the process.

Do cops get tickets?

Cops typically don’t have official “quotas,” so they’re rarely under any obligation to issue a ticket. Ask for a break, and you might get lucky. Treat the officer with respect, recognize their humanity, and politely ask you can get off with a warning. … “But for other officers, yes …

Can a cop give a cop a ticket?

Originally Answered: can a cop give another cop a ticket? Yes. Cops may be more likely to let fellow officers off without a ticket, but being a police officer does not mean that the law no longer applies to you.

Can a cop pull you over for driving too slow?

Yes and no – it’s not illegal to drive a bit under the speed limit, but if you drive abnormally slowly then you could be committing an offence.

How long can a cop wait to give you a ticket?

364 daysThere is a general limitation period for all offences under the Motor Vehicle Act to be charged within one year of the date the incident occurred. This means the officer can wait 364 days before issuing you a ticket for speeding, if he or she decides they want to do that.

How can a cop prove I was speeding?

Yes, the officer needs to be able to explain how he came to the conclusion that you were speeding. It may be that he followed you for a mile at 15 miles over the limit. It could be that he has video of your car in front of him and a digital readout of speed on the camera. It could be radar documentation.