Will the state of Maryland take money out of your tax return to cover unpaid speeding tickets?

by on February 19, 2013

Q: Do they take your state taxes in Maryland for photo tickets for speeding and running traffic lights?


2 Responses to “Will the state of Maryland take money out of your tax return to cover unpaid speeding tickets?”
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    Hi Taruspimpwatkins,
    Sweet Handle! From research that I’ve done, I dont’ see anywhere that mentions that they would take money from your state tax return. I’m not saying that this is 100% true as I do not work for the state of Maryland nor do I live in the state. I would suspect that an unpaid ticket would eventually go to court and you would get a court date. You may sound strange if you call them and ask them if they do. I think your best bet is to try to pay those types of things as they come in. You may just have to wait out your tax return to see if they deduct anything from it.
    Good luck!

     
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    Hey there – Also check this link. Seems like the State of MD may just suspend your license if you have an unpaid moving violation.
    http://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/how-do-i-get-my-license-reinstated-after-suspensio-749700.html