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I got a parking ticket saying "permit zone violation", remarks "z06 all times" for 50$. It says there that I can contest the ticket and the court charge is $61! And even if I change my mind later and decide to pay the fine, I still will have to pay the court charge! Anyway, my story is that it was late at night and it was my first (and now due to this stupid ticket and stupid Arlington parking rules - the last) time I was there and apperantly you have to have some kind of permit to park on the streets? I did not see any signs saying that and there was other cars parked there. There was no meters there either. I parked on the street, there was residental houses. So, I have no idea still what permit I was supposed to have. My question is - is there a chance for me to have the ticket dismissed/ dropped? Did any one try to contest such ticket? Thanks!
Thanks for the answer. This is not clear in your advise though - sending summons along with the money, so what's the point on contesting it then? Also, my ticket is not signed by the officer, I read online that this could be a reason for a judge to dismiss the ticket, is that true? Or in Arlington, the tickets don't have to be signed? Thanks
Yes, I see your point. I realise that the chance to win is very thin. So what I was hoping for is to reduce the fine. But it seems like in order to even ask about it you have to pay $61. It really seems they designed it so you would just pay it and shut up and not even bother to try fight it. Have you actually try fighting a praking ticket in Arlington? What was the result? Do you think it's worth trying in my case? Thanks
As a resident of Arlington, Redan for several years... First, many residential areas of Arlington do require a permit to park between certain hours. Signs are posted, although it may have been at the end of the street. You can contest by going to court. What you have is actually a summons to appear, and you can waive that by signing (admitting guilt or pleading "no contest") and sending in your money. If you go to court, you could have the charges removed, especially is you take photographs of the street showing no signage. But, as you point out, your costs of going will be higher than the ticket. Since a parking ticket incurs no points, it won't affect your record, your insurance, etc. So, it's cheaper to just pay the ticket. Consider it a parking fee (if you parking in a garage or lot, you won't pay $50, but you'd have to pay something). It's not worth you time or the risk of paying court fees PLUS the fine. Just my experienced advice. UPDATE: Will try to answer your questions. "This is not clear in your advise though - sending summons along with the money, so what's the point on contesting it then?" If NOT contesting, you just pay the fine. I didn't mean to imply that you send money AND contest. One or the other. The point in contesting, if you win, is that you don't have to pay the fine. But, what I was saying (based on your data -- I didn't look them up myself) is that it costs more to go to court and contest, so it's not financially beneficial to contest. "Also, my ticket is not signed by the officer, I read online that this could be a reason for a judge to dismiss the ticket, is that true? Or in Arlington, the tickets don't have to be signed?" I actually don't know off the top of my head. Generally, I'd say that it needs to be signed, but that may not be necessary here. Reason is that it's still marked with the police officer's ID, so that it can always be traced back to officer. If you go to court, officer must attend, so that testimony is more significant than signature. And if you just pay the fine (i.e., plead guilty by paper), then you are confessing and the officer's citation is irrelevant. So, unless you do find the actual Arlington County statute on this, I wouldn't rely on it. Anyway, in the end, unless you can show that there is no signage, you're unlikely to win. All the officer needs to do is show one sign and you lose. Is it worth you time (even forgetting the money) to go back to this location and take dozens of photos? That's up to you.
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Jay gave you good information. Yes, you could fight the ticket, but your chances of winning are low. As you point out, the area had zoned parking. The fact that you didn't see the sign wouldn't be a winning argument. For your background, Arlington has zoned parking in the residential neighborhoods close to its commercial centers such as Ballston, Virginia Square, and Clarendon. The idea (right or wrong) is to keep the parking spots in front of the houses available to the people who live there. To park in those neighborhoods, you need a special sticker. Now, if you can go back to that street and look up and down (with a video camera), and prove that there was no sign about the parking restrictions, that might get your ticket thrown out. I doubt that the lack of a signature would matter--there's probably a code somewhere in the ticket identifying who the officer was who issued the ticket. If it was me, I'd just pay the ticket. If you don't, Arlington will report you to the credit bureaus and possibly put a block on your driver's license, meaning you couldn't renew it the next time it expires.
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