Why are the traffic forfeitures so high?
The traffic forfeitures are so high because they include fees for jail assessment, crime lab and drug assessment, justice information, court support services, penalty assessment, and court costs.

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1. I was stopped for what seemed like a long time. What was the officer doing in his car all that time?
2. Should I stay in my car after I am stopped or should I get out and meet the officer?
3. Why are the traffic forfeitures so high?
4. How long do violations stay on your record?
5. Does a traffic warning end up on my driving record?
6. Is there a law that says that an officer has to show me the reading on the radar or laser unit?
7. Are radar detectors legal?
8. I received a citation to repair some equipment on my vehicle and I need more time to get it repaired. How do I get an extension?