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    Question: I got a ticket for a MIP. They let me just pay a ticket when i went to court without pleading guilty or anything. I paid it without even seeing the judge. Will I lose my license? Or did i not even have to see a judge?

    Answer: Essentially what you did is plead guilty because you paid the fine. Sometimes you can just pay the fine and not see the judge.

    If the judge wanted to suspend your license he or she could have done it. If it was suspended, you would have received some papers from the judge or from the Motor Vehicle Department. If you didn't receive anything from the Court or MVD, then your license probably isn't suspended. Be careful though, if you are caught for this crime again, you will lose your license until you are 18. (ARS 28-3320(7)).

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    On 09/07/03
    Tom from CA said:
    I just got an MIP a couple hours ago, I hadn't been drinking but I had it on me, the thing is I am 17 years old and I didn't want to get in trouble so I told the cop I was 18 and he filled out a form for me and gave it to me and I left. However when the court date comes around I will be 18 but I am wondering what is going to happen since I kind of bent the truth on that? Will they find out I'm 17 when it happened? Will they care? Whats the worst that could happen? To lawyer or not to lawyer? Thanks, Tom.
    On 08/03/03
    James from CA said:
    I am 19 and just got an MIP in San Diego. I am pretty sure they are going to take my license away but how much on average does an MIP cost? Thanks.
    On 06/26/03
    Alfonso from CA said:
    I got my MIP last month, the jugde told me to get a lawyer to worksome thing out in the pretrials so that i wouldnt get my license taken away. It sux cuz the $30 of alcohol is costing me $1000 and its ALL from my pocket, believe me, i'm gonna think twice before drinking again, er if i do...
    On 06/02/03
    kenneth from TX said:
    this is for mike, actually a mip cannot become a mipt is stays a mip and on the ticket they will circle the alcohol or tobacco
    On 05/11/03
    Addison from CO said:
    I hope I dont get in trouble for my MIP! I just got it Today!
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