My question involves traffic court in the State of: California San Francisco
ok please forgive me if i leave out any details i am really upset and worried about this about two years ago i got a citation on the public transportation system for not having a disability id but i was using a disable pass, i had one but i just left it at home by mistake i was told that if i bring it to the station within five days that the citation would be removed so i did, a few weeks later i get an letter in the mail about not showing up or something i cant remember what it was cause it was two years ago, but before i could see what it was about i went into the hospital and then i moved to another state now i find out that i have a warrant for my arrest so the clerk i spoke to on the phone said that i have to write to the commissioner to get it seen about here is my letter but i am not sure if this is what i am supposed to be writting or what, any advice would be welcome
Please allow this to be my official written declaration to either have a trail by mail or an official contest of the citation due to the fact that I am no longer a resident of the state of California.
On or around the date of October 11 2006 I was given a citation by a Bay Area Rapid Transit police office for not having proper identification to have a disability discount ticket at the time the ticket was used, I was informed that if I did have a current and valid ID that the citation would be removed, within four days of this day I showed my B.A.R.T disability ID to a Bay Area Rapid Transit worker at the Civic Center station and she “ok” it. Sometime in-between three weeks to six weeks I received a notice from BART or the San Francisco county office about the ticket, Before I could look further into the matter I was hospitalize for my mental disability, after my release I became agoraphobic and was unable to tend to any personal business even if I had remember it.
Since that time I have been living in the state of New York and was unaware of the warrant #000000 until recently, my goal is to be allow to do what I was going to do if it was not for unforeseeable circumstances and that was to contest the citation, I feel that I should not have received it due to the fact that at the time I had a valid B.A.R.T disability ID that was presented to an B.A.R.T. employee who “ok” it, If you look into my criminal records you will find that I have never had any problems with the law and that this citation/warrant puts tarnishes my good citizenship.
Below I have listed my doctors at the time who can vouch for my hospitalization as well as my disability at the time of the citation as well as after the fact