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Question: I'm 17, and just received a ticket for not stoping at a stop sign. Can I bring/use my 18 year old sister as a guardian so I don't have to tell my parents?
Answer: If your sister is not a guardian, she cannot appear for you in court. She may get herself in trouble if she attempts to present herself as a guardian. Also, it is likely your parents will find out about the ticket eventually. When car insurance runs a check, or if your license is suspended. Further if you are convicted of a red light violation, you will be required to complete an 8 hour traffic survival school course. In time, your parents will find out. You may want to consider completing defensive driving school which, if you qualify, may dismiss the ticket.
I'm 17, and just received a ticket for not stoping at a stop sign. Can I bring/use my 18 year old sister as a guardian so I don't have to tell my parents?
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