Legal Advice for Photo Radar — 9 results
Written by attorney Mark Bigger, about 1 year ago.
Many drivers open their mailbox only to find a speeding ticket obtained by a traffic camera and think there is no way to prove their innocence. There is no police officer to challenge , but... more
Written by attorney Jared Justice, over 1 year ago.
This guide is a basic summary of some of the experiences I have had, as well as tactics that I have used to defend these tickets.
Written by attorney Jonathan Millet, over 4 years ago.
Notice of Violation In Arizona a Notice of Violation is usually issued after the camera flashes. This is prior to an actual ticket. Rule 38, Rules of Procedure, Civil Traffic & Civil... more
Written by attorney John Phillips, about 2 years ago.
In the early 1970s, the national maximum speed limit was reduced due to oil and gas shortages. Sometime thereafter, the first radar detector was invented. Since then, the battle between... more
Written by attorney Alan Brinkmeier, almost 5 years ago.
Make the government obtain proper service of process Many of the citations are mailed to wrong addresses. Check the details of the citation to insure that the proper car and model are... more
Written by attorney James Nesci, over 2 years ago.
What should I do if I receive a photo-ticket in Arizona?
You have four options upon receiving a photo-ticket in the mail. The first option is to accept responsibility and pay the ticket.... more
Written by attorney Tracey Sticco, over 1 year ago.
They say no good deed goes unpunished, right? Well this rings all too true for Florida drivers cited for a moving violation such as Unlawful Speed, Careless Driving, Running a Red Light, or... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, almost 2 years ago.
Traffic on roads may consist of pedestrians, ridden or herded animals, vehicles, streetcars and other conveyances, either singly or together, while using the public way for purposes of travel.
Written by attorney Michael Kielsky, almost 4 years ago.
Understanding the Timing Under Arizona law, the following time-lines apply.
1) The ticket must be filed in court within 60 days of the alleged violation; 2) The ticket (now a complaint)... more
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