Couldn't ask for a better outcome ...
After I got my first speeding ticket in many years (California VC 22350, Speeding 60 MPH in 50 zone), I posted a question about my specific situation on AVVO. Scott was one of the first and few to respond to my question and offered his services. I spoke with him on the phone the next day and after reviewing the circumstances of my case, he explained to me in detail exactly what needed to be done and it made perfect sense.
Scott is very friendly and easy to talk to. He took his time to explain the process and answer my questions. He seemed very knowledgeable about traffic law. While he didn't guarantee the outcome, he indicated that I had a good case and a favorable outcome was likely. He also presented a follow-up plan if the initial process didn't produce the desired outcome. But we never actually got to that point.
I immediately signed up with him. He filed the necessary paperwork and appeared in court on my behalf and eventually had the case dismissed. He kept me in the loop while the case was in progress and promptly responded to all my subsequent email queries within a day. Overall a very positive and excellent customer service experience and obviously, the most favorable outcome one could expect. Scott's fee was very reasonable and was even lower than the cost of the fine plus traffic school if I were to go that route. Having Scott represent me saved me the hassle and aggravation of having to show up to court and be talked down to by a condescending judge. I've had to make court appearances for traffic violations in the past and I'm happy to skip the experience and spend my time more productively. It was great to have Scott on my side representing my case.
If you get a traffic citation and live in Southern California, contact Scott. You have nothing to lose and a lot to gain. The initial consultation is free. The fee is very reasonable for the services provided and the customer service experience is excellent. Obviously, each case is different and others' outcomes may vary. But even if you don't get your case dismissed, often times traffic attorneys are able to negotiate a reduction in fine, or change from a moving violation to a non-moving violation. Walking into a courtroom on your own is like walking into a lion's den. The average person doesn't stand a chance. Call Scott and find out what your options are. He is very straight forward and will let you know what's possible.
I hope I won't get another citation any time soon. But if I do, my first call would be to Scott. Highly recommended.