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Other speeding ticket considerations In addition to fines and penalties, Nebraska uses a point system for tracking moving violations against your driving record. In Nebraska, a ticket stays on your record for five years. If you accumulate 12 points within two years, you face automatic license suspension.
Pay the fine online through the Nebraska Citation Payment Website. Appear in court on the date and time listed on the citation. If you received a citation in Sarpy County for not having registration or proof of insurance, you can provide proof of registration or insurance electronically to get your citation dismissed.
If you drove 10-14 miles per hour over the speed limit, the fine is $75. For driving 15-19 miles per hour over the speed limit, you face a fine of $125. Driving 20-34 miles per hour over the speed limit will result in a fine of $200. Finally, if caught driving 35 or more miles over the speed limit, the fine is $300.
If you have been issued a ticket (citation) and the box is checked indicating 'Waiver Allowed', you have the option to plead guilty and pay fines and court costs online without having to appear in court.
Class I and W are the most serious misdemeanors, while Class IV and V are the least serious with no possibility of jail time. Class I misdemeanors carry a maximum sentence of one year in jail and a $1,000 fine. Class II misdemeanors carry a maximum sentence of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.
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If you have been issued a ticket (citation) and the box is checked indicating 'Waiver Allowed', you have the option to plead guilty and pay fines and court costs online without having to appear in court.
Be sure to respond to your traffic ticket within 15 days, or you could face additional penalties, such as a license suspension.
Be sure to respond to your traffic ticket within 15 days, or you could face additional penalties, such as a license suspension.
Misdemeanor traffic offenses are much more serious than traffic infractions. Infractions such as tailgating, speeding and passing a red light or stop sign will result in fines and points on your record, but rarely result in jail time.
You must have the fine and court costs paid by the date on the form or a bench warrant will be issued for your arrest. In some cases the judge may allow you to complete community service hours in lieu of the fine at the rate of one hour of community service per $10 of your fine.

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