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Saman tiada lesen memandu

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asked on Aug 3, 2019 at 20:02
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Saya ada satu saman non compound 
Bagaimana saya nak selesaikan?
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answered on Aug 6, 2019 at 22:43
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edited Aug 6, 2019 at 22:49
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There are two (2) types of JPJ-issued fines; compoundable fines and non-compoundable fine.
Compoundable fines can be paid within the time duration specified in the summons.
Non-compoundable fines shall be settled at the Court specified in the summons.

Where Can You Pay Your Summons?
JPJ-issued fines can be paid at:
Any state JPJ Offices, Branches and Mini Offices.
Through e-Services.

Link :-  http://www.jpj.gov.my/en/web/main-site/undang-undang-en/-/knowledge_base/law/summons-payment-method

###  There is a form of a ‘non-compoundable’ offence – where the nature of the offence is so grave and criminal, that the accused cannot be allowed to go scot-free. This means that the accused would be sent straight to the Magistrate’s Court and subjected to the mercy of the judge.
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answered on Aug 6, 2019 at 22:52
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edited Aug 6, 2019 at 22:53
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You can be jailed for not having a driving licence
If you’re caught without a valid road tax or driving license, be prepared to cough up RM3,000 and RM1,000 in penalty fines respectively. Even worse would be the possibility of a year in jail for the latter, under Section 26 of the Road Transport Act.

According to former federal traffic police chief SAC Mahamad Akhir Darus, “A driver or rider without a licence has not undergone formal training or tests,” he said. “They may not know anything about traffic laws, road signs or defensive driving. Hence, they are not just a danger to other road users but to themselves as well.”

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