I have put together a guide of what to do and what not to do to best get out of paying tickets. Many people don't understand that traffic tickets are a big part of any city's budget and the officers are suppossed to write as many citations as possible. This beig understood, judges understand that a great many of them are fabricated. All you need to do is bring the validity into question.
Here are a few paragraphs from the book. The actual ebook is over 40 pages long and well worth the $3 I am charging for it.
When you go to court to contest a traffic violation, all of the odds are against you. Whether it may be passing a red light, or speeding on a local street, if you aren’t prepared to fight your case, then expect only for the worst. I have written up this guide for you to let you know every trick and trap along the way in order to successfully appeal your ticket. Almost all guides that are out there will only focus on how to beat a speeding ticket. What’s special about my guide is that it just doesn’t cover only how to beat a speeding ticket, but also how to beat virtually any kind of other ticket as well, including driving too slowly, failure to stop at stop signs, making dangerous turns or lane changes, tailgating, failure to yield to other vehicles, 4-way stop intersection violations, failure to yield to pedestrians, failure to stop at stop signs, and even ways on how to get yourself out of having an open container while driving!
That is why it is imperative for you to understand this right. If after you plead not guilty and the clerk ask you if you are willing to give up your rights to a speedy trial, tell him no. The reason is because if the officer does not show up for the trial, there would not be any time to reschedule your trial because there simply will not be enough time until the speedy trial time limit runs out. That means your case will be dismissed and you will win your trial.
- Do you know what the officer does in his car, after writing up your ticket? He’s writing up notes with details of what happened, why he is ticketing you, and your reactions to him. The reason for this is that if you decide to fight for your ticket in court, the officer can refer to these notes to tell his side of the story. That is why it is important to:
- Avoid claiming any confessions of guilt to the officer. That is, if the officer decides to ticket you, claiming that you were driving at 40mph on a 30mph road, don’t respond to the officer saying oh I am very sorry. I knew the speed limit was 30mph, it’s my totally my fault I was going at 45mph. This is because he will most likely write in his notes what you had said.
These are just the first few paragraphs, the indepth 40 page ebook only gets better.
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