I just got a toll roads ticket and since had never dealt with one, I could use some advise. I wonder how does the contest procedure work if I ask for one. I need to highlight that the ticket I have received doesn't have any evidence (picture, etc) to show this violation was indeed done by me. If you know what happens once you contest the toll ticket, I appreciate if you could share the details. Also, would I have a hearing at court too? How are the odds of dismissing a toll ticket after all?
- - - Updated - - -
Below is what toll road site says. I wonder if anyone has went trough this and has been able to dismiss the ticket. Also, how is the hearing?
"You can dispute a violation by filling out the "Contest of Notice" portion of your "Notice of Toll Evasion." This notice is typically mailed to you within two weeks of the violation. Please include a written explanation for contesting the violation. We will investigate the circumstances and provide the results by mail.
If you are not satisfied with the results of the initial investigation, you can request an administrative review within 15 days of the postmark date of the results of the initial investigation. If you are not satisfied with the results of the second review, then you can file an appeal with the municipal court. The procedures for administrative review and appeal are set forth in California Vehicle Code, Section 40255 and 40256."