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  1. Speeding Tickets: Re: 66mph in a 45 Zone Vc 22349(A) Should It Be Vc 22350

    You're right. I should say on average from what I have seen regarding my own cases. I don't know the statistics for the entire CA. One location might have 5 over, another 15, so it won't do much for...
  2. Speeding Tickets: Re: 66mph in a 45 Zone Vc 22349(A) Should It Be Vc 22350

    In addition to what Honking said, your speedometer is also not as accurate as 1mph, especially if it is not digital. I would actually fight this ticket in person if you lose your trial by...
  3. Speeding Tickets: Re: Change of Venue in San Bernardino, California

    I am disappointed by your comments and by your choice of a user to defend. For the benefit of other readers here, I will clarify just a few things. The user you’re defending often does not give any...
  4. Speeding Tickets: Re: Change of Venue in San Bernardino, California

    Dude! You are one upset individual. I was simply trying to find out how many county seats are in San Bernardino, remember? No need for such a lengthy diatribe. You might have been pretty hurt by the...
  5. Speeding Tickets: Re: Change of Venue in San Bernardino, California

    I wish I was exaggerating, though I do not believe I have posted a specific number. Suffice it to say that beginning of this year was the first time since 2007 that I didn't have any pending tickets....
  6. Speeding Tickets: Re: Change of Venue in San Bernardino, California

    Interesting. I see that you really haven't sat through that many trials and your experience might be limited to this forum, which is mostly about he said, she said, and some high horses. You missed...
  7. Speeding Tickets: Re: Change of Venue in San Bernardino, California

    I understand and agree with some of your points. There is no need to beat around the bush as to why I would request the vacation dates. And, for the same reason, you could also admit as to why you...
  8. Speeding Tickets: Re: Change of Venue in San Bernardino, California

    Yes, I am in fact talking about making the request to the county seat. I have made that request about six times, only once has the officer granted it. For the rest of them I have always had to ask...
  9. Speeding Tickets: Re: Change of Venue in San Bernardino, California

    Hi Carl. I'm glad that you're still around here and provide your input.

    Of course, I always request my change of venue at the time of the citation, but as you are likely well aware, almost no...
  10. Speeding Tickets: Change of Venue in San Bernardino, California

    I have fought many tickets and my change of venue request has always been approved in LA county. For the first time I received a ticket in San Bernardino County. The city was Loma Linda and the...
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    Eviction Process: Re: Evicting an Adult Child in California

    Very helpful. Thank you.
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    Eviction Process: Evicting an Adult Child in California

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? CA

    LA County. A mother has a daughter who's over 21. She has not been working for over a year, has not been following the rules set out by the...
  13. Re: Difficulties in Traffic Court Over a Speeding Ticket In Mississippi

    Forgot to add: the officer doesn't have to recall the events and is allowed to read from the notes, however, what you should do is ask the officer to provide foundation for reading from the notes...
  14. Re: Difficulties in Traffic Court Over a Speeding Ticket In Mississippi

    Based on your description of the judge, it is clear to me that you are going to lose. Don't you agree? Your going back and forth to court will not make you win, unless the officer fails to show up...
  15. Re: Difficulties in Traffic Court Over a Speeding Ticket In Mississippi

    I commend you on your excellent defense. To help you, this is what you may need to know:

    You have enough evidence to win in the appellate court if you organize your evidence as well as you have...
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    Speeding Tickets: Re: Speeding Ticket by a Gang Patrol Unit

    If you read the technical details how those machines operate, you'll understand why it can be considered a speed trap. This includes traffic light enforcement, not just speed enforcement. I have read...
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    Speeding Tickets: Re: Speeding Ticket by a Gang Patrol Unit

    You can't quantify an error you don't know about. The only way to tell for sure that the error was definitely not beyond 20, for example, is if there was a calibration done somehow after the ticket...
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    Speeding Tickets: Re: Speeding Ticket by a Gang Patrol Unit

    We are talking about reasonable doubt. If you didn't have a calibration with the last six months or so, then there is a higher probability that the instrument is inaccurate. You cannot quantify this...
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    Speeding Tickets: Re: Speeding Ticket by a Gang Patrol Unit

    If you're not CHP, it would explain why you don't calibrate the speedometer frequently.

    Regarding no laws requiring calibration, of course there isn't anything in the CVC. This is why we have...
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    Speeding Tickets: Re: Speeding Ticket by a Gang Patrol Unit

    HPM (don't recall the paragraph) has a precise procedure for pacing. I have also been present in court when an officer lost due to lack of pacing experience. Pacing is a complicated procedure, unlike...
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    Speeding Tickets: Re: Speeding Ticket by a Gang Patrol Unit

    Drawing your guns at someone for speeding is unethical. If a cop did that to me or my family members, I'd make sure to give them hell for it. It's another thing to have a reasonable cause, but when...
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    Speeding Tickets: Re: Speeding Ticket by a Gang Patrol Unit

    Maybe you don't realize it, but this is a very easy ticket to beat. Just have to put in a little work into it. Definitely go to court and take all the witnesses with you. Tell the judge how the...
  23. Speeding Tickets: Re: Beating a Speeding Ticket, 43 in a 25 MPH Zone

    First, since you are trying to become a cop, never forget how some cops behave and in the future remember this to treat drivers honestly. If you are so concerned about attitude and honesty, a police...
  24. Re: How To Get Away With Failures To Appear In Court

    There have been several changes. To begin with, more and more courts today (in CA) treat Failure to Appear as an infraction rather than misdemeanor. No bench warrant is issued - instead you are fined...
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    Speeding Tickets: Re: Trial By Declaration and Speedy Trial Rights

    I don't know if you already know, but check these books out:

    Fight Your Ticket in California (Fight Your Ticket & Win in California) by David Wayne Brown (Paperback - Sep 1, 2007)

    An Educated...
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