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What happens if i produce documents and had no insurance?

A:  You had a letter from your insurer stating the insurance was cancelled but were unsure if you were insured or not!!! Come on mate - what do you think CANCELLED actually means. You will get done for having no insurance - 200 + 6 points minimum You will get done for being on mobile - 60 + 3 points minimum IF it has to go to court then the fines will be a lot higher. You will need to inform your insurance company of the convictions and your premiums will go up. PraoWolf you are wrong, with the radio a cop can tell right off if you have active insurance or not in the U.S. For one thing you would never get the tags or be able to register a car without proof of insurance at the DMV, so its added in the database you are current, then if you let the insurance drop 3 things happen 1: a fax is...

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What is the process when going to see a prosecutor if you were assaulted?

A:  He will try to slip up your story Basically all they do is ask you questions on what happened. If you have any documents from a Doctor or the emergency room you''ll want to take those. The prosecutors office will have the police reports....

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What happens if I leave BEFORE they have a chance to deport me?

A:  It is unclear whether or not you have received a Notice to Appear or not. Big difference. If you have not received a Notice to Appear, that''s good. It means that you could easily leave the U.S. If you moved to Canada by land, you could stop on the U.S. side and turn in your green card. The officers would have you execute form I-407 showing that you want to abandon your resident status. Nothing would need to be said about your conviction. After you fill out the I-407 form, you jump in your car and go north. Simple. Easy. No risk. If you have been issued a Notice to Appear, that''s a little different, but I''m not going to type up all that''s involved without knowing if you received an I-862 form or not. Do a yahoo search on Form I-407 to get an idea of what you''d be signing. You could...

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What happens if the cops bust a party....?

A:  You will spend the night in jail to prevent your driving home drunk. They will not take you home; they will call your parents. They will have your correct address from your driver''s license, and they have a reverse phone directory to get the correct phone number from the address listing. If you give them any false data, it will not check out with their records and you will incur extra charges for resisting arrest, plus they will hold you until you do give them the right information. They are going to write you a citation for underage drinking first. Then they may or may not take you to jail depending on how wasted you are. You''ll eventually have to appear in front of a judge with one of your parents and recieve your punishment. It''s usually a fine of a few hundred dollars, but sometimes...

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What happens if im in Arizona, and i forget my wallet at home?

A:  Well, if your home is in Mexico, I guess they will arrange for you to go home and get it. For not having a license while driving, you will be detained until the cop can verify your identity. When that comes back, they''ll know if you are a US citizen or not. If the cop asks if you are a US citizen, you have the right to refuse to answer, just like you have the right to refuse to answer any question at all (the right to remain silent). In your theoretical situation, he would find out soon enough anyway when he verifies your identity, so it wouldn''t matter what you said or didn''t say. Why would you forget your ID at home? Its the first thing a police officer asks for in a traffic stop. The Arizona law is the same as the Federal one, is that one ''racist'' too. Its...

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What will happen to me if i dont go tesify in court.as in i dont want to press charges on someone.?

A:  You can be found in contempt of court. I''ve seen where the judge signs a warrant for someone who does not appear. The person is then jailed until the trial is rescheduled. That is certainly the worst case scenario, but it is possible depending on the charges against the person. Yes the judge can put you in jail for contempt of court. You have cost your county a lot of money so far by tying up the police, having your case processed, put on the docket, etc. The criminal justice system is not a water faucet where you can turn it on and then off. You started the whole thing by calling the police so you better be in court or you will be seeing the inside of the jail. If you are subpoenaed to testify in court and you do not show up to do so, then yes, you can be arrested and jailed for failure...

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If you are allergic to penicillin when you go to Army BCT, what kind of shot do they give you instead?

A:  The military doesn''t give you any type of antibiotic shot when you enlist. That''s just a myth. You do get immunizations for other things though. You get vaccinations for : Influenza (Flu Shot) Measles Meningococcal Mumps Polio Rubella Tetanus-diphtheria Yellow Fever - Navy, Marines and Coast guard. Those are the only shots you get in basic/boot. Afterwords, you may receive other shots if you are deploying to specific areas. There are plenty of differnent ''cillen'' drugs to cover you. They gave me a red tag with the allergy on it. As stated above you won''t get a antibiotic shot anyway. Just don''t tense up when they hit you in both arms with the air guns. They can give you several shots at once with those suckers. SSG US Army 73-82 They do NOT give you injections of antibiotics unless...

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If you are married to someone in the navy, do they let you live with them where they go?

A:  You can''t go on the ship with him and you can go most places he may be stationed. However, there are a few bases that do not allow spouses to go. Provided he is not on a ship, you can go to any place he is stationed. Shipmen can not take their spouses aboard for the journey. No.....no wives on board ships Missy. You''re a bit to big to pack in a seabag....

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What are the steps from going to Marine to MARSOC?

A:  After boot camp? Won''t happen right after. You are going to need to be at least an E-4 with at least 2 tours under your belt before you are even considered. Once you pass A&S and ITC and all the rest of the training needed, it will be about 18-24 months. There are different levels, critical skill operators, direct combat support, and combat service support. If you want to become a CSO (critical skill operator), for a better chance, tell the recruiter you want to specifically join on an UZ contract, not just as a 0321. Even though any MOS can join MARSOC, the 0321 will help you a lot. First you go to through a 3 step screening process... record, physical, and psych medical evals. After you pass the screening process you will proceed to A&S (support does not attend A&S, but they do go to...

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What happens when you are being sued?

A:  A: That depends on where you live vs. which courthouse you are scheduled to appear. For the list of Queensland courts, visit this website: http://www.courts.qld.gov.au/539.htm If you mean how long would it take for it to actually get to court - then the answer is - up to months. B: If you lose the case, they will tell you how long you have to pay the set amount, and you will be able to set up any paying arrangements if possible. C: Yes, you can represent yourself if you choose not to appoint a lawyer. Visit this helpful link to make yourself familiar with the etiquette and procedures: http://www.courts.qld.gov.au/101.htm a) The court system can take a long time- months would not be an unreasonable estimate b) Can''t answer this; probably depends on what the payment...