What issues will not be considered in a civil traffic hearing?
Who should pay for damages stemming from an accident that took place, i.e., who was at “fault” in the accident. The “rudeness” of the police officer who issued the traffic ticket. Whether a particular violation was done intentionally or by simple oversight. Whether the defendant has the money to pay a potential fine that could be imposed. Whether anyone was injured or otherwise put a risk by the defendant’s conduct.

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1. What is a Civil Traffic Hearing?
2. What are the issues involved in a civil traffic hearing?
3. What issues will not be considered in a civil traffic hearing?
4. Who decides the issues and outcome of a civil traffic hearing?
5. How will the judicial hearing officer decide the issues and outcome of the case?
6. What kind of evidence can be presented to the court?
7. If a defendant is found “Responsible” for the violations alleged in the complaint, and a fine is imposed for this, when must the fine be paid?
8. If the court should rule in favor of the State by finding the defendant “Responsible”, does the defendant have any right to appeal?