I would not complain, even if there is a federal law involved, LSCAP, but it does make a difference in the case at hand....and in any case involving out of state citations...and I am asking. The philosophy of a "Non-Resident Violator Compact" makes sense, treating all the possibilities of circumventing due process by simply licensing one's self in a second state. But, if the matter is not federal, then inequities in laws and enforcement proceedures among the states will work to the detriment of citizens in one of those states, which means that the home state, the license issuing state of the resident may choose to balance the playing field...take a judicial hand in assuring equity may be maintained in justice to residents. Do you know, one way or another?LSCAP said:Popakeith. The non resident violator compact was not started by some strangers in a back room, but by federal modification of the original one started by states like NY & NJ.