Out of State Traffic Ticket Lawyer
While Visiting Los Angeles
If you received an out of state traffic ticket (meaning an out of state, non-California resident receives a traffic ticket while visiting California OR a California resident receives a traffic ticket while visiting another state), it can result in getting a point on your driver’s license record.
Hire a Los Angeles Traffic Ticket Lawyer to Handle Your Out of State Traffic Ticket
If you were given a ticket while visiting Los Angeles or anywhere in Los Angeles County, our out of state traffic ticket lawyers can handle it for you without you having to come back here. Did your license get suspended because you got a ticket in Los Angeles? Or is it holding you up from getting your driver’s license renewed? Let us help. Call our experienced traffic ticket lawyers to discuss the circumstances. If the out of state traffic ticket can be dismissed, we will get it dismissed.
You Should Know that States Share and Report Traffic Violations
If you get a ticket while you are out of state, it may result in getting a point against your license in the state that you are from. This may happen if:
- You are a resident of California and got a ticket while outside of California
- You are an out-of-state resident and were cited for a violation while in California
The DMV will determine under VC Section 13363 whether a violation committed out-of-state would be grounds for a suspension or revocation of your license. The DMV could take action against you for any out of state convictions you may be subject to. The same concept applies to any collisions that you have while you are outside the state of California. The collision will be reported to the DMV through what is known as the Problem Driver Pointer System (PDPS). PDPS is a National Driver Register for out-of-state law enforcement agencies to record such occurrences against individual driver records. If there is not enough information available to asses blame, the collision will not receive a point and no action is imposed, unless the driver’s license is already suspended or on probation and the collision occurs with evidence that the driver was driving on an already suspended license.
If it determined after review that the driver was responsible, was under the influence of alcohol, injured, then the report will be updated and the driver’s license record will have a point added to it.