Fight Your Ticket & Win in California

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Nolo, Aug 2, 2011 - Law - 458 pages
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Win your traffic court case with the book that's helped thousands of Californians!

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

    The 14th edition provides the latest legal information for California drivers, including fines and penalties, and contains fully up-to-date information on recently signed legislation regarding cell phone use.
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    Good book

    User Review  - kawika99 - Overstock.com

    Very detailed on traffic infractions and misdemeanors. Im reading it just in case anything happens. Its a great book for those that have time to educate themselves before the court date. Read full review

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    This book is wonderful! I was found "not guilty" thanks to this book. Speeding in a business area, going 55 mph in a 40mph zone. Caught with a lasar. My story was that I was driving in a safe manner.
    You have to read the book thoroughly. Be prepared when you show up to court.

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    About the author (2011)

    David Brownpractices 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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