Ohio Traffic Tickets Are for the Birds: A Practical Defense Manual for Juveniles and Adults

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iUniverse, Feb 1, 2002 - Political Science - 276 pages
Though dedicated to Ohio tickets, it's applicable to all states. A must buy for defense attorneys too. Covers only what you need to know, from the day of ticketing through trial. Provides specific advice for juveniles. Packed with real-life illustrations. How to get the evidence the government will use at trial. How to spot weaknesses in the evidence. How to produce inconsistencies in the government's case. How to prepare your case. Includes checklists, statutes, and forms. What to do at arraignment, pretrial and trial, from motion to dismiss to cross-examination to closing. Fighting all types, from tickets based on traffic signs, to reasonable control, assured clear distance, and right-of-way tickets, to speeding tickets based on radar or aerial observation (includes Pennsylvania turnpike tickets), providing specific methods to produce inconsistencies in each. Ends with a complete case example

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I thought this book was awesome. It really helped me to get out of one ticket, and get another reduced.
The author does a great job in explaining that this is part of the legal system. Also he
points out how you can do the right thing without being a jerk to the cop.
My suggestion? Always file for at least one continuance.

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This review is only for Ohio and is not relevent for other areas or states.
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