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speeding ticket in excess of 100 mph

Speeding Ticket in Excess of 100 mph

speed in excess of 100 mphIf you are accused of speeding in excess of 100 mph, then most likely you will get a speeding ticket for violation of California Vehicle code section 22348 (b).

Generally, for speeding tickets that are less than 26 mph over the speed limit, the defendants are not usually required to appear in court. Basically, the defendant can enter a plea of guilty and request traffic school (if eligible) or plead not guilty and request to fight the speeding ticket by Trial by Written Declaration or a court trial.

For speeding tickets of more than 26 mph over the speed limit but fewer than 100 mph, in most cases, the court will also not require a Mandatory Appearance in court. However, there are exceptions depending on the officer and the court.

Is there Mandatory Appearance for speeding ticket in excess of 100 mph?

In most cases, the court will impose Mandatory Appearance for a speeding ticket in excess of 100 mph. This means that the defendant must appear in court and enter a plea in person or be represented by a speeding ticket attorney. In California, the courts will not allow a person to go to traffic school for speeding tickets that are issued for driving 26 mph over the speed limit. Obviously, this limitation also applies to speeding tickets of over 100 mph. Therefore, the defendant in these cases may enter a plea of guilty and pay the fine or enter a plea of not guilty and fight the speeding ticket.

It is important to note that violation of 22348 (b) for driving in excess of 100 mph carries a 2 point penalty for the DMV record and could result in a substantial increase in the insurance premium should a 2 point penalty appear on a person’s driving record. As a result, it is generally a good idea to fight the speeding ticket and try to get it dismissed or at least reduced.

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