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Traffic Tickets

Traffic tickets are issued to individuals by the police for observed violations of the traffic code.  The penalty for a traffic ticket will vary with the severity of the violation but generally will involve a fine and the loss of points against the violator's license.  In some cases the ticket may result in arrest and eventual imprisonment.

The point system is set by the State and point amounts are set for different traffic violations.  After a driver has received sufficient tickets that the sum of points within a prescribed time (usually one or two years) reaches 12, the violator's license will be suspended for a time.  Some violations may be severe enough to result in automatic license suspension immediately.

Fines for traffic tickets must be paid in a timely manner.  Drivers who avoid paying ticket fines will usually soon be the object of an arrest warrant.

Traffic violations can include parking in a no parking zone, speeding, failing to stop at a stop light, failing to stop at a stop sign, driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI), reckless driving and numerous other infractions.  Traffic ticket fines can be a large part of the revenue of a municipality, especially in smaller communities.

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Miami Herald Traffic tickets down in Miami Dade as cops ration paper citations Miami Herald Only lousy drivers might have noticed, but Miami Dade cops are doling out fewer traffic tickets mainly because the department is running out of paper ticket books. The reason: An electronic traffic citation system, which allows cops to file tickets and more raquo

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Traffic ticket shortage just an excuse Miami Herald I couldn39t believe what I read about Miami Dade County Police Department running out of tickets and using that as an excuse for not writing them. The MDPD has not been writing tickets for a long time, and every year it gets worse. There are only two

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