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Weird and Wacky Wednesday: Volume 229

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesday a woman is caught with a crack pipe between her legs, a guy tries to take the bus home, literally, and a young guy drives his car into a dentist’s office.

Follow the jump for more of this week’s weirdest and wackiest cases from around the globe!

Weird and Wacky Wednesday: Volume 228

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesday toilet paper is at risk of being stolen in Youngstown Ohio, a snake sale ends in an arrest in Florida and onion smugglers get caught in the Philippines. –

Follow the jump for more of this week’s weirdest and wackiest cases from around the globe.

What are some of the possible outcomes when I dispute a ticket?

People think that disputing a ticket is just guilty or not guilty, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. The possible outcomes when you dispute a ticket are broad.

The range of outcomes when you dispute a ticket includes anything from receiving a complete acquittal all the way up to receiving a significant sentence such as a driving prohibition, or restrictions on your driving privileges.

Weird and Wacky Wednesday: Volume 227

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesday a couple was arrested right after the clock struck 12 on New Year’s, a young man reasoned he was speeding because a good song came on and New Orleans won’t let you get a coke with a children’s meal anymore.

Follow the jump for more of this week’s weirdest and wackiest cases from around the globe!

Do tickets/points I get with an N licence carry over to my class 5 licence?

Many clients ask us if getting rid of their N license will stop tickets or points they received with it from carrying over to their class 5 licence. They’re concerned that if they get points while they have their N but get a class 5 licence, they may still lose it.

Other clients feel that getting their class 5 licence, after receiving a ticket but before it’s dealt with in court, may exempt them from the potential of a driving prohibition.

Weird and Wacky Wednesday: Volume 226

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesday a man in Florida was caught having sex with a dog, a woman’s world cup celebration could be facing jail time and a man dressed as the grinch ruined his company’s holiday party.

Follow the jump for more of this week’s weirdest and wackiest cases from around the globe.

Asking the officer to change the face of the ticket to registered owner

Many people have heard of a method to avoid the consequences of a traffic ticket, in particular, the points and the record, by asking the officer to amend the violation ticket to reflect the charge against the registered owner. While it is true that the violation ticket can be amended, that doesn’t mean that an officer or a court will allow it.

When a ticket is issued, the officer is required to indicate whether the ticket is being issued to the driver or the owner. They are trained to issue tickets to the driver of the motor vehicle unless they are not able to identify the officer, in which case the owner becomes responsible for what is done with the vehicle.

Weird and Wacky Wednesday: Volume 225

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesday a Chicago police officer causes problems for Florida police, baby Jesus is stolen from an Ohio nativity scene, and a man is sentenced to jail time for spending money that was in his account.

Follow the jump for more of this week’s weird and wackiest cases from around the globe.

Top 5 mistakes people make disputing their own ticket

Many people think a traffic ticket is a relatively simple matter, and believe that they should be able to defend their own traffic ticket and that it’s not worth it to hire a lawyer.

The problem is, without a sophisticated understanding of the rules of law and evidence in a courtroom, and the procedure that’s to be applied in a courtroom, people make significant mistakes while disputing their own traffic tickets.

So here are the top five mistakes we have found people make when disputing their own tickets.

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