Some Basic Facts:
If you drive over 80 mph, you might be facing jail time.
Si manejas a mas de 80mph, puedes ir a la carcel.
You should not be driving with a suspended driver's license.
No deberias de estar manejando con una licensia suspendida.
Never be disrespectful to a police officer.
Siempre se respetuoso al oficial de la policia.
No lawyer can guarantee you the outcome of your case.
Ningun abogado te puede garantizar los resultados de tu caso.
Do not text while driving. You can receive a fine.
No textees mientras manejas. Puedes recibir una multa.
Paying with a bad check can send you to jail.
Si pagas con cheques malos, te pueden mandar a la carcel.
Do not drive while under the influence of alcohol.
No manejes si has bebido alcohol.
Pay attention to the expiration of your license plates.
Preta atencion a las placas de tu carro para que no vensan.
Drunk in public can land you in jail.
Si estas borracho en publico, puedes ir a la carcel.
When you receive a ticket, the police releases the information to the public.
Cuando recibes una multa, la policia publica la informacion para el publico.
In Virginia: Criminal records are forever.
La historia criminal de usted, es para siempre.
If you drive 20 mph over the speed limit, you can receive a reckless driving ticket, which is a class 1 misdemeanor.
Si manejas mas de 20mph por arriba del limite de la senal de velocidad, puedes recibir una multa de manejo agresivo, la cual es una clase 1 de un delito.
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