If you’ve recently received a speeding ticket and are headed to court where a judge will determine your fate, consider asking for deferred adjudication. Deferred adjudication is a sort of probation, where a judge is essentially saying that, based on your plea of no contest or guilty, he could find
The best way to fight a speeding ticket is to not get one in the first place. If you’re pulled over and you’re speeding because of an emergency, tell the officer, as calmly as you can, about your emergency. If you’re taking someone to the hospital, he may determine you need an ambulance and call one for you.
You can successfully beat a speeding ticket in court. Talk to an experienced traffic violation attorney to know how to beat a speeding ticket in court. Non-Appearance of the Officer On the date of hearing the officer who issued the ticket must remain present and testify against you. However in many cases
You can successfully beat a laser speeding ticket in court. To successfully challenge a laser speeding ticket in court, you must understand the working of a laser gun. Working of a Laser Gun To determine the speed of a vehicle on the road, the police officer will point the laser gun in the direction
On many state highways/freeways there are carpool lanes called "HOV" (High Occupancy Vehicle) lanes. They are set apart from the other lanes on the highways by double yellow lines and are located to the far left of the other lanes. There are breaks in the double yellow line where a vehicle with more
Everyone makes mistakes some time when driving and most of the time, people get lucky- nobody is injured and no property is damaged when the mistakes are made and you just have to vow to be a bit more careful the next time. Sometimes, though, when you make a mistake you might end up with a ticket –
If you have been given a fine for traffic violations when you were in the right, then you can appeal against the fine and conviction. A traffic violation might appear to be a minor issue to fight a case over, but repeated violations can lead to a suspension or revocation of your driving license. This
Many times the police use radar to issue speeding tickets. It is common method used for detecting speeding throughout the United States. Beating a Radar Speeding Ticket It is possible to beat a radar speeding ticket. However to beat a radar speeding ticket, you must understand how the radar works. Radio
When Thomas A. Garrett got ticketed during a vacation in Pennsylvania, he knew he deserved to get cited, but as an economist, he wasn't too sure the violation was all there was to the ticket. He began to wonder if there was something else at work when the police officer stopped him and wrote up that ticket with its high fee.
Most state laws require drivers to obey the speed limit on interstate, state and local roads. Drivers who drive over the speed limit may be ticketed if the police have legally admissible evidence that the driver was speeding.
There are millions of traffic tickets issued each year, possibly as many as fifty million. Those who receive such tickets must face the lawful penalties, or fight the ticket in court, when the conditions warrant it. There are a number of elements to consider when determining whether to fight a ticket