Beat Your Ticket: Go to Court & Win

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NOLO, Aug 10, 2010 - Law - 256 pages
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Everything you need to fight an unfair ticket!

We've all received one -- a traffic ticket that seems completely unfair, the result of an officer's evening quota rather than a serious moving violation. But do you have to pay the penalty and watch your driving record crash and burn?

Not if you choose to fight back with Beat Your Ticket.

Beat Your Ticket simply and clearly lays out the best strategies for beating tickets in court. The book explains in plain English how to:

  • use the law to fight an unwarranted ticket
  • find out what the police officer plans to say at your trial
  • attack radar and other detection methods
  • pick a jury
  • present your case
  • cross-examine the ticketing officer

    The 6th edition is extensively updated to reflect your state's current traffic laws and court procedures.
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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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    About the author (2010)

    David Brown practices law in the Monterey, California area, where he has represented both landlords and tenants in hundreds of court cases -- most of which he felt could have been avoided if both sides were more fully informed about landlord/tenant law. Brown, a graduate of Stanford University (chemistry) and the University of Santa Clara Law School, also teaches law at the Monterey College of Law and is the author of Fight Your Ticket (CA version), Beat Your Ticket (the national version), The Landlord's Law Book, Vol. 1: Rights and Responsibilities; The Landlord's Law Book, Vol. 2: Evictions and co-author of How to Change Your Name in California and The Guardianship Book for California.

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