Well at least officer did not give you ticket for running red light.AntonyT wrote: ↑Oct 12th, 2017 9:17 pmSo here's the story, I ran over a red and got pulled over. I didn't have my license or insurance at the time and couldn't surrender it over the officer. The officer was lenient enough to give me a warning and charged me with failure to surrender insurance and license. Is there any thing I could do? Is my insurance going to go up? Help please and thank you!
In this case, I would try and do an early resolution meeting. Take proof that your license and insurance were valid at the time and MAYBE the prosecutor will offer you a deal by dropping one of them. If they are in a really good mood, they could offer to drop both, but don't count on it. Because these are just paperwork issues, the prosecutor may be okay dropping one of them.
I am not a lawyer and I am not a paralegal and I do not give legal advice.
All statements made are my opinion only.