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How to Fight your Speeding Ticket or Traffic Ticket in Court

Use existing traffic law to fight your violation
Save up to hundreds of dollars in traffic court fines
Avoid hidden car insurance premium surcharges
Prevent a conviction/point on your driving record
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Dear Fellow Driver:

Just because you received a traffic ticket does not mean you're automatically guilty.

Did you know that over half of all traffic tickets and speeding tickets contested either result in a reduced fine, found not guilty or the case is dismissed? It's true! Theodds are in your favor if you fight. PayNoFine's how-to guide is your ticket to understanding how the system works and toget your speeding ticket, traffic ticket or other traffic citation dismissed.

Remember, the American justice system is predicated on the belief that you are innocent untilproven guilty. But if you're not convinced, consider these reasons:
• If you fight your ticket & win, you get your money back. With traffic fines reaching a few hundred dollars in some parts of the country, a traffic ticket can be expensive. Should you decide to fight your traffic or speeding ticket and your case is dismissed or found not guilty, then you can expect to receive a refund check from the court.

• Guaranteed Constitutional Rights. By pleading not guilty, you have certain rights such as a right to a speedy trial, ability to confront and cross examine witnesses. Under a certain set of circumstances, your constitutional rights can help get your case dismissed.

• Legal Requirement. In order for a local or county government to operate certain types of speed enforcement equipment, they must meet certain federal requirements. Force the government to prove they comply with the traffic law.

• What's next... Photo radar on the freeways?Sad to say, only 3% of drivers who receive a traffic citation actually contest their ticket. It won't take long for the greedy politicians to consider raising traffic fines if drivers simply pay up without a fight.
No need to surf the internet for hours wasting valuable time. We've done all the research for you.


Over 20 key resources were used, including police officers, attorneys, judges and experts in the fields of radar/laser speed detection, to give you the most up-to-date information available on the internet. Even better, we provide a series of proper questions to ask the officer based on the type of ticket and the set of circumstances with your particular case.

We discuss the most common traffic offenses includingspeeding ticket,radar speeding ticket,laser,pacing,visual estimate,airplane,illegal U-turn, andrunning a red light. Regardless of your situation, you're sure to find the information you need to win your traffic court case.

You CAN defend your traffic ticket court case.

Let's face it, going to traffic court is a pain. No one wants to waste their time at a place which makes you feel like you have no chance of winning. That is EXACTLY what the court wants you to think: it's far easier to pay the fine or take traffic school than fight your ticket. In reality, they've set up the system, not for justice but for revenue, otherwise why would they make it so convenient to pay up?

Unfortunately, most drivers are completely unaware of their rights when they attend traffic court.That's why most unprepared drivers are quickly found guilty. Don't let this happen to you!

7 Common Traffic Ticket Myths which are Guaranteed NOT to Work for You in Traffic Court

Traffic Ticket
Myth #1

The police officer made a single mistake on my traffic ticket.

While it may be possible for you to get your traffic or speeding ticket dismissed based on an error but if you're betting that you would be found not guilty because the officer misspelled your name of your car or your name, then this will not help you. In essence, a ticket is actually an accusatory document and the basis for prosecution which needs to be factually valid, however multiple errors could be grounds for dismissal. (We will show you how a series of errors or other obvious traffic ticket errors CAN help you get your case dismissed.)

Traffic Ticket
Myth #2

Get my traffic ticket postponed, anticipating that the traffic officer does not show up in court.

If you follow this advice, you're destined to lose your traffic ticket case because most of the time, the traffic officer will show in court. If you don't have an adequate traffic ticket legal defense prepared, you're practically guaranteed to lose your case.

Traffic Ticket
Myth #3

Using the "speeding out of necessity" excuse in traffic court.

Don't even waste your time. And if you decide to try this one, you better have someone in the back seat who is on the verge of dying while you were speeding to the hospital. Sad to say, this is one of the most overused traffic ticket legal defense strategies used but rarely works in the driver's favor.

Traffic Ticket
Myth #4

Deciding to attend traffic school instead.

Why pay the fine and the additional fees for traffic school when you can simply fight the traffic ticket, then get your money back? The smart move is to first plead not guilty then decided which options are best for you to move regarding the specifics of your traffic ticket case.

Traffic Ticket
Myth #5

I will fight my traffic ticket because it's going to be my word against the officer's testimony.

In case you didn't know, cops including traffic police and "officers" of the court. That means that their testimony will nearly always trump anything you say in your defense. Besides, a traffic officer or law enforcement official is trained about the law and the traffic process, which is significantly more credible than some driver who comes into traffic court unprepared.

Traffic Ticket
Myth #6

Red cars get more traffic and speeding tickets.

Despite the rumors, there are NO official studies that red cars, vehicles or trucks receive more traffic or speeding tickets. It has been a common belief that red cars are cited more since they may give the optical illusion that they are traveling faster than other vehicles on the road. Some websites and blogs have suggested that bold color vehicles do tend to stand out thus they may be more susceptible to a higher ticket rate. According to a recent article published on Yahoo, they indicated that some drivers think that red cars pay higher premiums however both Allstate and Progressive have indicated that a vehicle's color has no bearing on the premiums they charge.

Traffic Ticket
Myth #7

You need a lawyer to beat a traffic ticket.

Despite what some attorneys may indicate, you do not need an attorney to beat a traffic or speeding ticket. Provided you have the right information, virtually any driver can learn how to successfully fight their traffic citation. In most cases, attorney fees usually outweigh the cost of the ticket fine (which we believe is intentional) however in some states such as Florida, Nevada and Texas have some law firms dedicated to just fighting tickets. You can do it yourself but if not, at least check with an attorney to see what their rates are.



PayNoFine will help you build a successful traffic ticket defense strategy and even better, show you how to exercise legal rights. Regardless of a document accusing you of violating a traffic law, local and county governments are required to prove it in a court of law. PayNoFine will provide you with up-to-date information about the law and examples of real world cases to help you in your fight for justice.

OurFight Your Traffic Ticket Guide contains92-pages crammed packed with all the information you need to successfully fight a traffic ticket or speeding ticket.

How your traffic court date can increase your odds of dismissal. A simple yet highly effective traffic ticket defense strategy. Learn how to get a court date inyour favor to get your case dismissed.

6 most common Motions to Dismiss a Traffic or speeding Ticket. Use one of these powerful strategies to get your traffic ticket dismissed with ease. No guessing here, the guide clearly explains how each motion works in detail and when to assert your rights in traffic court.(Page 42)

4 highly successful traffic defense strategies for speeding tickets. Learn from the pros! These are tactics are used by skilled defense attorneys in traffic court. Save money avoiding high attorney costs.(Page 22)

EXPOSED: 15 speeding radar gun errors. Although radar can be reliable under "ideal" conditions, errors can and do occur. We describe different scenarios where readings from a radar can be inaccurate and how you can use that to your advantage.(Page 69)

Learn how to limit the prosecution's evidence or testimony in traffic court. Various courtroom objections can be utilized.(Page 38)

Cross examination techniques.No need to go to law school! Learn effective methods of asking the traffic officer questions that get your traffic case dismissed.(Page 40)

10 pages crammed with sample cross examination questions. Uncover powerful questions to ask the officer in court. Follow our easy-to-follow guide on which questions to ask and when.(Page 52)

Why airplane speeding tickets are difficult to convict. Discover how to use the law in order to get this type of traffic citation dismissed.(Page 72)

Out-of-State Speeding Tickets. Locate which states share driver information with other states and which ones that don't. Perfect for any driver who ever gets a traffic ticket or speeding ticket out of state.(Page 20)

 

Traffic Ticket Testimonial #1

Well worth the investment!

I purchased a copy of your eBook last night for a traffic court case this morning in Dallas and I cannot thank you enough.

Armed with the information in your eBook, I was able to get my case dismissed after making my first motion. The judge had no choice in the matter because the law was on my side. I really didn't think it was possible to beat my speeding ticket but it worked.

I look forward to receiving my refund check from the court.

Thanks again!

L.P.
Ft. Worth, Texas



Traffic Ticket Testimonial #2

I got a speeding ticket and I was guilty but the traffic officer wasn't very cool so I decided to fight. Hoping the officer wouldn't show up but he did. Luckily I had your book and asked the proper questions to get my case dismissed.

Stephen G.
Chicago, Illinois



Traffic Ticket Testimonial #3

I wasn't aware of the different options available to one who decides to fight their ticket. After learning from your eBook, I will always fight any traffic ticket I may receive. Well done.




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Traffic Ticket Defense Strategies
Table of Contents

Introduction

PART ONE - From Driveway to Court Day

Chapter 1: How to avoid a traffic ticket next time

Chapter 2: Radar detectors and jammers

Chapter 3: What to do when you are stopped

Chapter 4: Fight or Pay your Traffic Ticket?

What to plead: Guilty, Not Guilty, Traffic School, No Contest
Should you hire a traffic lawyer for an infraction
Driving school, traffic class and other plea options
Necessity of speeding defense
New York DMV Transit Adjudication Bureau

Chapter 5: Proper planning prevents poor performance

Setting the traffic court date
Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
Your legal and driver rights
Public records requests
Discovery: What is it and how it can help you
Review of the evidence
Return to the "scene of the crime"
Visit the courthouse
Pick your traffic ticket legal defense strategy

Chapter 6: Traffic Court Trial

Appearances count in court
Who's who in the courtroom
Typical traffic ticket trial procedures
Prosecution's case
Typical traffic ticket trial objections
Cross examination of the officer and evidence
Motions to dismiss and get your case dismissed
The Traffic Ticket Defense Case
Verdict: Celebrate or Appeal

PART TWO - Speeding Tickets: Tools of the Trade

Chapter 7: Using Traffic Radar to catch speeders

How Traffic Radar Works
How Traffic Radar Fails
Typical cross examination questions

Chapter 8: Laser (LIDAR) Speeding Tickets

Chapter 9: Photo Radar Speeding Tickets

Chapter 10: VASCAR / Airplane / Visual Estimate speeding Ticket

Chapter 11: Motor Pacing speeding

PART THREE - Odds & Ends

Chapter 12: Other types of traffic tickets

Chapter 13: Does speed really kill?

Chapter 14: How Insurance companies profit from speeders

Appendix A: Public Records Request Form

Appendix B: Notable Case Law for Radar Speeding Tickets

Appendix C: United States Radar Speed Guns

Additional References & Resources




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