Without going into too much detail, I was ticketed last year in Minnesota. I reside in a different state. MN offered me a settlement, where if I paid the fine and pleaded guilty, I would be given a 6 month stay of adjudication. I have a copy of the original signed settlement offer that MN sent me before I returned it. The 6 months were up earlier this month. The only stipulation was that I couldn't have anymore traffic offenses in that time period, which I haven't. I haven't received any further communication from Minnesota on this, as in no letter telling me I have successfully met the terms of the agreement.
I checked my state MVR after the 6 month period was up, and it shows the date of the ticket and then the day the adjudication started as the day I was found guilty. I called my local state DOT and explained the situation. I was told that the only way this will come off my record is if they receive a letter from the appropriate people in Minnesota telling them to remove it. Who should I contact in Minnesota to get this off my record and confirm the stay of adjudication is over?
Need help with stay of adjudication / MVR
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