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How to Win Your Case In Traffic Court Without a Lawyer

Janet Trakin, Foreword by Garrett S Ledgerwood
ISBN-13: 9781601383051

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According to the National Motorists Association, as many as 50 million Americans are issued traffic tickets for moving violations. Many of those tickets will be paid and forgotten about, but many more will be added to a growing list of traffic court cases – with an estimated $7 billion in annual tickets and a good percentage of them being taken to court. For many people though, the cost of hiring a lawyer and fighting a case over a $300 ticket is too hard and they just accept it, paying the fine begrudgingly. With this book, you no longer have to cave into government pressure and pay your fines. If you feel you have been wronged, this book will walk you through every step of the process to uncovering exactly what you can do to win your traffic court case without a lawyer.

You will learn the total number of people who receive tickets every year and just how many are successful in their fight against them, including how they were successful. Learning to understand the law is essential in knowing whether you can effectively fight your ticket and this book will provide multiple chapters designed to break down and outline the details of the law for each major type of moving violation. You will learn what the three different kinds of speed limits are and when you can fight the ticket. You will learn which defenses absolutely will not work in court and whether you will be wasting your time by using them. Different ways in which your speed was measured and understanding how the officer handled the ticketing are vital to making your case and a comprehensive chapter on analyzing this evidence will be presented. 

You will learn how to start building your case by using discovery and obtaining all of the necessary evidence. The trial specifics are outlined in a step by step manner, including the process of finding witnesses, preparing testimony, and presenting diagrams and visual cues that will help you make your case. Learn how to talk to the officer that issued the ticket and prepare yourself for the onslaught of questions your prosecutor will present. 

With the help of professional opinions from dozens of lawyers and legal specialists, you will learn exactly how each traffic court case is handled and what you can expect when you take your particular case to court. There is an essential difference between jury and judge only trials and you will learn how to handle each of them, as well as how to tweak your case to match any of the 50 states in which you live. If you have received a traffic violation and you know it is unfair, the only choice you have is to fight it in court, and this book will help you do just that without the need of a lawyer or an expensive defense.

Sold By Atlantic Publishing
ISBNs 9781601383051
Language English
Number of Pages 290