Beat Your Ticket: Go to Court & Win

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Nolo, 2005 - Law - 272 pages
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Woe to the unprepared citizen contesting a ticket!Many people think that to fight a ticket in court they simply need to show up, armed with nothing but their sad tale and a winning smile.Nothing could be further from the truth, says Beat Your Ticket author Attorney David Brown: ticketed drivers need to be as prepared as possible before pulling up to the courthouse steps. Armed with Brown's new 50-state guidethe counterpart to his bestselling, California-specific Fight Your Ticketroad warriors have all that they need to handle run of the road tickets with confidence. In clear, comprehensive terms scrubbed free of legalese, the book discusses: speedingincluding how to fight radar and laser tickets-rolling stops-illegal turns and lane changes-cruising through red lights-how to prepare for court-how to make a winning presentation-how to cross examine the ticketing officer.This book includes a detailed state-by-state appendix that catalogs the critical information about each states traffic laws and court procedures. A must-have manual for contesting bum-rap traffic citations, Beat Your Ticket belongs in every drivers glove compartment.

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Attorney Brown states in his introduction that there are many reasons why municipalities may issue traffic tickets, not all of them related to unsafe or illegal driving. His book targets those who ... Read full review

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Brown practices law in Monterey, California. He is a graduate of Stanford University (chemistry) and the University of Santa Clara College of Law. He teaches law at the Monterey College of Law.

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