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  • What should I do prior to the court hearing?

    I was driving 103 mph in a 65 mph zone on the freeway. I'm a high school senior with a 3.6 GPA. What do you recommend I do before my court date? I have no traffic violations. He charged me for infraction.

    Jason’s Answer

    You should hire an attorney. Besides adding two points to your license and a fine that can total more than $2000 a judge can suspend your driving privilege.

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  • What are my options?

    Drove 80mph at 55mph limit. Failed to pay bail before court. Now, fine is 666 dollars and additional transaction fee. What can I do now? The police asked me to wait for a mail with detail of fine, but I didn't get it, which delay my payment.

    Jason’s Answer

    Set a court date to fight your ticket or hire an attorney to go to court for you.

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  • I received a violation 21655.5(b) on ramp road for going in car polling in California.

    I am actually from Alabama, moved couple of days to California for relocation of my Job. I was driving with Alabama license with Hertz rental car as I was new to the city. I see plenty of different rules in California compared to that of Alabama. ...

    Jason’s Answer

    In California this is a non moving offense. The fine is mandated by law so the only way to get rid of the fine is to take the case to trial and hope to win. Good luck

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  • I have a cvc 21710 on my driving record in CA. I understand its no point, but why is it still on my driving record?

    This was a plea deal in court by an attorney I hired for a red light ticket. I got cvc 21710 sentence and a reduced fine

    Jason’s Answer

    It is reported as a NON POINT to the dmv so it does not affect your dmv point count.

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  • I was racially profiled by a chp officer who stated that my trans ponder didn't register as I passed a 110 fwy check point.

    There was no reason to pull me over except that I was a black man I was given a "fix it" ticket for having a clear plastic cover over my plates. I feel that I was pulled over because I'm black and the officer that when I passed that point. Was I r...

    Jason’s Answer

    So you got pulled over for a legitimate reason and you feel profiled based on ...? Fix the plate. Present your fixed ticket to court and pay the fix it fee of $25 and move on

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  • What are the consequences of going 30 MPH over the posted speed limit?

    My 19 year old, licensed for 9 months, just received a ticket for 30 mph over the speed limit. He has a Toyota Prius and had no idea he was going 85 in a posted 55 on a toll type of road. Its a long stretch of road, Jamboree in Tustin. He ...

    Jason’s Answer

    Request traffic school and kee the point off your record.

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  • I want to apply for Trial de novo (21453a), as I lost trial by written declaration

    I got 21453a from a cop, at hollenbeck and fremont ave in Sunnyvale. I filed for trial by written declaration and lost it. I want to use my last chance of fighting the ticket, and want to apply for trial de novo. Can anyone help me with the proces...

    Jason’s Answer

    File the judicial council form for tria de novo within 20 days of the clerks certification of mailing. I suggest sending it registered mail. Then hire a lawyer to help you prepare your case.

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  • For Speeding in excess of 100mph(infraction) Can I appear in court alone request a trial then hire an attorney afterwards?

    I received VC 22348(b) a couple of weeks ago What scares me is possibility of suspend license I am a driver (none commercial) I would possibly lose my job. Can I request a trial date then hire an attorney afterwards? If so what advantage...

    Jason’s Answer

    This is obviously a very serious allegation against you. There are many benefits of having an experienced traffic attorney represent you.

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  • Do I need a class b drivers license to operate a 12 passenger vehicle

    I have a 12 passenger van and I know by law that I need a CDL to operate it .can I just take the rear seats out to make it under 10 passenger ? The GVWR is 8500 lbs.

    Jason’s Answer

    Class B is 26000 pounds or greater. Check with your local dmv to be sure.

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