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So, I submitted my bar application weeks ago. Disclosed everything I could possibly think of and most people said I over disclosed. However, just this week I had a friend ask me about camera tickets. I did not even think about camera tickets. I may have received one, that I can think of, because in my state they get sent to the registered owner of the vehicle (my mom), so I cannot be sure. I checked the city where I remember it being from and it explicitly states that speed camera tickets are treated as Civil citations, not moving violations, and will not result in any points to a license or insurance rate increases. My application, under the criminal portion of C&F, asks about moving violations, excluding parking violations. I guess my question is should I amend and disclose this? It appears that it clearly a civil citation and not a criminal citation and it was sent to my mom, so it is not on my driving record. I just don't want to piss of the investigators with reading something that I should not have disclosed. I may just be a worried 3L.
OP here. It did not specifically ask for speed cameras. My issue is that there was a separate section for civil citations as well. But only if I was a party to that citation. It was sent to my mom, it wasn’t on my driving record. Other people have said “no. No need to disclose.” I’m always a cautious person but I sometimes can be over cautious to a fault.