MVR is BAD due to pay tickets not fighting in court can it be reopen and sought better?

by jesus
(Monticello NY)

MVR is BAD due to just pay tickets not fighting in court can it be reopen and sought better outcome. speed in zone 43 on 25 and MVD from lane unsafely. company I work did not represent me in court as the said the would therefore instructed me to pay tickets only to find out later my license suspended for 60 days for obeying employer. now I have big problems trying to get employed as CDL A driver.


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Sep 18, 2015
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Shift your focus on the incident regardless
by: Hervy

Realistically most trucking companies are not going to hire you for a driving job if there is a recent ticket for going that much over the limit.

You didn't say how long it was ago or I missed it.

When you apply or interview, what you don't want to do is shift responsibility. You want them to know you realize that you made a mistake at that time of the incident and you no longer drive like that. In fact you don't even make decisions that way any more because you are wiser and more mature.

Actually, no matter who you are talking to you want to state the incident from that perspective because you want to shift your way of thinking and to looking at it from that perspective.

Why? Because in order to get the proper lessons out of your experiences if life so that you have less stress and less challenges and become more wiser that is how you need to view your experiences. "What can I learn from that ordeal?" Is the question you ask.

Unless you are saying that you were falsely charged and convicted because you were not speeding.

I don't know about being able to go back and getting it changed. I doubt it but a lawyer would be a better person for insight about the possibilities.

Hope things work out for you.

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