We were in AZ (Phoenix, Scottsdale) and radar got us twice in the same day!!! About 13 over each time. Is there a way to fight radar tickets? What do traffic lawyers charge for this? If not, can my boyfriend go to traffic school in CA for something he received in AZ? I do not agree with these radar cameras, I think they are an invasion of privacy. It's one thing for a police officer to pull you over, but for a camera to get you indefinitely, that's just wrong.
DUI / DWI Attorney
In order to find out if you are eligible for traffic school, you will need to contact the court in the county where you received your ticket. They will let you know whether you are able to take a traffic school course in CA or if you will have to take one in AZ. You should be able to find their contact information on the ticket.
Criminal Defense Attorney
Radar cameras have been taken out of service in some counties of AZ becasue of reliability concerns. This increases the chances you can get your ticket thrown out. It's worth paying for a lawyer.
Lawsuit / Dispute Attorney
Traffic camera radar have been dismantled in some AZ locations due to public pressure. Call a local lawyer in your area for details.
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