This information packed report outlines the exact steps you need to take to beat a traffic ticket using only tested and proven strategies.
This is the same approach lawyers take when defending a client. But, you won't have to spend hundreds of dollars for one when you can easily do the same thing they would. And don't worry, there's nothing hard about it at all.
If you have a traffic ticket you feel was undeserved and you want a way out, then you owe it to yourself to read this free report.
But don't let that word 'free' fool you. This special report is better than most of the information other websites charge you to see.
Trust me, I've read them all.
So without further ado, here's how it works...
VERY IMPORTANT: The defenses you are about to read are NOT applicable to speeding tickets. They require an entirely different defense strategy. You can get the complete speeding ticket defense system by clicking the link below:
You will challenge the officer's accusation by manipulating the vehicle code's wording you are accused of violating. By law, in order to be found guilty of a traffic infraction, you must be in COMPLETE violation.
In other words, every aspect of a vehicle code's law must be violated in order to be convicted of that violation. Therefore, you will be examining the code you are accused of violating very meticulously.
Most vehicle laws sound something like this:
IT is a violation to do THIS under THESE conditions in THIS area.
Each red capitalized word starts a separate element of the law. Each element is grounds for a dismissal if it was not violated.
What you will want to do is look at all the elements in the vehicle code you are accused of violating and find just one thing you did not violate.
All it takes is just ONE element!
The first process to beat a traffic ticket is to know the exact vehicle code you are accused of violating. Look on your ticket and try to find the section of law you are accused of violating. It's usually written in by the officer towards the top of the ticket and looks something like this: 27.06.907 or this VC 78712
In some instances, it might be checked off to the side already pre-marked on the ticket.
Once you have located the traffic code violation number, you must now look it up. Looking up a traffic code or statute is a fairly simple process.
With either your traffic ticket in hand or code violation written on a piece of paper, go to your nearest law library or your local university law library. Every county has a law library by the way. Ask a librarian what it is you want to do (look up a traffic code statute) and she'll lead you the rest of the way. Nine times out of ten, the librarian will often look it up for you.
You could also use the internet. Not all states post every one of their vehicle statutes online, but some do. Click here to search state traffic laws.
Once you have the traffic code, read it a few times to familiarize yourself with it. Also, try to find all the different elements within that code.
Remember, the elements are all of the different clauses (or statements) within the law.
After you have gotten a general idea about what the law says regarding your traffic ticket violation, it's time to separate all of the different elements.
You'll need a pen for this.
READ THIS FIRST:
The main traffic ticket defense is found inside the U-turn page. I would recommend you start with the U-turn defense because the strategy given there is applicable to the other two as well. I only give it once because I felt it would be redundant to continue mentioning it for the other defenses.
Click on one of the links below to get started...
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