Beat Your Ticket: Go to Court & Win!
Explains traffic court procedures, instructs on preparing a case, collecting evidence, arguing before a judge, and appealing the case, and provides strategies for speeding and drunk driving tickets, radar defenses, license suspension, and disqualifying ajudge.
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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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