Should I go to court and please guilty?
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You can call an attorney who practices in the jurisdiction you are charged in and they should be able to inform you of your choices to resolve the ticket. Sometimes prosecution offices can offer a diversion or a ticket amendment in order to reduce the affect a ticket can have on your license/record.
What were you ticked for? Speeding? Reckless driving? You were not thinking that if everybody else was speeding you should be allowed to speed were you---that is no defense.
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