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January 31, 2006

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Dana Hata

I have this exact situation. However, the officer didn't write "No Operator's License" on the citation, nor did he write the 46-2.300 citation code on it. He wrote "Fail To Obtain Virginia License" and the description, and wrote the citation codes 46.2-308 and 46.2-947 (the second one just referring to the Highway Safety Corridor I was in). Since the 308 one describes an exemption, can that code really be used to charge me with anything? Is this an error on the part of the officer, and if so, can I use it to my advantage (i.e. have the case dismissed)?

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