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Fight Your Ticket & Win in California

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Thousands of Californians have used this book to win their traffic court cases!

A traffic conviction can add hundreds of dollars to your yearly auto insurance premiums. Fight Your Ticket & Win in California shows you how to handle your case in traffic court, get the right kind of hearing and win.

Attorney David Brown provides you with the detailed tactics you need to:

  • Prepare and present your evidence
  • Argue before a judge
  • Cross-examine a police officer’s testimony
  • Get your case dismissed
  • Appeal a decision
  • Determine the consequences of your violation

Extensively revised, the 12th edition provides the latest legal information, including fines and penalties.

Learn more about Fight Your Ticket & Win in California in the LA County Library digital collection.

How to Dispute a Speeding Ticket in California

Last Updated: March 21, 2020 References

This article was co-authored by Clinton M. Sandvick, JD, PhD. Clinton M. Sandvick worked as a civil litigator in California for over 7 years. He received his JD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1998 and his PhD in American History from the University of Oregon in 2013.

There are 25 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page.

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A speeding ticket is a traffic ticket issued by a law enforcement official to someone driving over the legal speed limit. Many individuals simply pay any penalties associated with the ticket. However, if you feel that you were not driving too fast, then you can dispute the traffic ticket. A successful defense will require that you gather information to support your case and convince a judge that you are not guilty.

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To dispute a speeding ticket in California, you’ll need to gather enough information to support your case and convince a judge that you’re not guilty. Request the officer’s notes to see if there’s a transcript of you admitting that you were speeding, which will discredit your case. It may also mention what kind of technology was used to prove that you were speeding since some methods are more reliable than others. You’ll then want to go to the California Courts website to fill out a “Request for Trial by Written Declaration.” Fill out the form and attach any supporting evidence. When the judge makes a decision, you’ll receive a “Decision and Notice of Decision.” If you lose, you can seek a new trial. To learn how to dispute your ticket in a court trial, keep reading!

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