Intro - I just finished my junior year of high school, heading into senior year after the summer, and I live in northern California.
Today I was caught speeding 83 mph on a 65 mph highway while driving some friends on my way to a football camp, before my license year was over. So they got me for speeding AND transporting minors before my year was over (it gets over August 9th). I'll go to court in a couple weeks to see what happens to my license/insurance etc etc. But what I'm worried about is, if I am found guilty and get a ticket, will this affect my admission in any colleges I want to go to? Can colleges look up minor traffic violations like this, and if they can, will my chances of admittance be lowered?? Other than this I have a perfectly clean record, 2290 SAT, unweighted cumulative 4.0 GPA (valedictorian probably), football & track and field all 4 years, and some clubs and whatnot (national honor society, school legislative council, etc). I'm also interning at NASA this summer. I guess I'm aiming for UCLA / UC Berkeley, and maybe some privates like Stanford or MIT.
Any help, advice, or knowledge concerning this matter would be greatly appreciated - thank you. I am really freaking out right now.