So you got a traffic ticket. Welcome to the club. You probably don’t know it, but your ticket is just one of over 5,000,000 tickets written every year in California. And, of that huge number, only a small percentage will ever be contested.
Sure, you’re angry at the officer for pulling you over and you’re annoyed at yourself for doing whatever it is the officer pulled you over for in the first place. And, of course, you’re plenty mad about all of the time and money this ticket is going to cost you. But the real question is what are you going to do about it?
What is Trial by Written Declaration?
States That Allow Trial by Written Declaration
The states that allow Trial by Declaration include California, Florida, Hawaii, Indiana, Louisiana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oregon, and Wyoming. Keep in mind, Trial by Written Declaration is only available in certain courts in Ohio and Wyoming. Contact the court to find out if you are able to fight your ticket this way.
GetDismissed Traffic Ticket Defense System
That’s what we, and GETDISMISSED are all about; helping California drivers save hours of time and LOTS of money by using this Trial by Written Declaration process.
If your Trial by Written Declaration is successful it will prevent a negative point from going on your driving record, which will probably save you money on your auto insurance, and the court will refund 100% of the bail you deposited with them.
As if all of this weren’t good enough already, a Trial by Declaration has one other incredible advantage: even if you’re Trial by Written Declaration is unsuccessful, you can request a “Trial de Novo” or “New Trial” which is a completely new court trial. You can essentially restart the whole process and have your day in court anyway! You have lost nothing at all.
Don’t wait. Go now to WWW.getdismissed.com or use your cell phone to download the FREE GETDISMISSED App in the Apple Store or on Google Play.
Or call 800-580-3769 and one of our ticket professionals will help.
What Types of Tickets Do We Help With?
GetDismissed produces results in fighting all kinds of tickets. Unfortunately, this list does not include exhibition of speed citations. Your best bet in fighting one of these infractions, is to contact an attorney. An attorney can negotiate on your behalf to try and reduce fines, or even to reduce the charges to a lesser infraction which could possibly qualify for traffic school.
We do however, contest infractions revolving around speeding, red lights, red light cameras, cell phones, signs (primarily stop signs), carpool violations, U-turns, out of lane violations, and commercial violations. If you receive a citation and have questions, contact us today.