state of iowa can u fight a failure to yield ticket.?
the ticket is listed as Fail to obey stop sign and yield to right of way.
on this topic i did stop and looked both ways the other drive who had come to a near stop at the intersection i then proceeded into the intersection were he had sped up and swerved in front of me taking out my front bumper as it was a wet day when he swerved i got his rear tire with my front bumper.
question 1. as i did stop at the stop sign the ticket it is invalid in wording.
question 2 as i was in the intersection before he was and he swerved in front of me am i at fault or is he
question 3 if the cop took 2 hrs to arrive at the scene can it be properly attested to the nature of the accident
- Badge203Lv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Not only in Iowa but any state
You can go to court without a lawyer and act as your own attorney in which case the prosecutor will chew you up and spit you out
You can hire an attorney for $600 and have him represent you and if you lose then you have to pay your attorney his fee as well
So you have 2 options