The most comprehensive system available online offering an arsenal of defenses that are up to date with today’s police technology and current U.S. and state laws.
This system includes entire sections on each of the following topics:
Avoid Being Pulled Over –22 pages- The best defense imaginable is to not get pulled over. Here we discuss what officer’s look for before a traffic stop, how to handle the situation when it happens and different ways to avoid getting a ticket. Also what’s really going on in the officer’s head when he pulls you over.
The TTK System -55 pages- This is the nuts and bolts of traffic court. It covers everything from arraignment and plea bargains to closing arguments and traffic school.
Radar -29 pages- This is the most well-known type of speed detection used in the US dating back to the 1940’s. The evidence presented will sound very precise and accurate, almost as though there is no defense. Don’t worry, there are a lot of holes in this outdated technology. This section also has dozens of sample questions to ask the officer when you get him on the stand.
Laser -10 pages- Laser speed detection is the newest, most advanced, technology available to officers today. This is both good and bad for drivers depending on your state. Whether this defense will work in your case or not, there are many other defense options offered here as well.
Pacing -5 pages- In this situation the officer follows the suspect vehicle and uses his own speedometer to determine the vehicles speed. This is a very unreliable, non-scientific method that allows room for doubt in the eyes of the court.
Vascar -21 pages- This is a time/distance formula used to determine a vehicle’s speed by observing how quickly it passes between two points on the road. It’s another non-scientific method that has many holes which can be shown in court.
CFR -12 pages- This one attacks the legality of the speed limit rather than the speed you were charged with. It works especially well in states where the court system decriminalizes speeding and the judge doesn’t allow you to defend yourself regarding the speed you were travelling. Best of all it’s valid in all 50 states!
Other Violations -9 pages- This section covers U-turns, red light/stop sign violations, illegal lane changes, etc.
DUI/Drug Possession -18 pages- If you had 10 drinks then get behind the wheel and drive this system is not going to help you. Many people are convicted of DUI because they perform poorly on coordination or memory tests but are below the legal limit to drive. This is an unfair situation where the officer is using scar tactics and intimidation to get a conviction. Learn how to avoid this by understanding what to say, not say, and what the officer is trying to accomplish.
Photo Radar -27 pages- Ever receive a notice in the mail for a violation you don’t even remember? Are these tickets even enforceable? Learn when it’s best to just pay it and which ones can just be thrown in the trash.
Trial by Declaration -4 pages- Learn the advantages and disadvantages of using the mail to plea your case. This is not available in all states but where it is an option it can save you a lot of time and headache. In some states if you don’t like the outcome you can get another trial.
Case Law -59 cases- This document contains dozens of overturned cases pertaining to traffic tickets across the US. These are decisions made by State Supreme Courts and Appeals Courts that guide judges in lower courts when handling similar cases. It can be your strongest weapon when you’re up against a corrupt judge determined to find you guilty.
Note: Though this appears to be a lot of reading it’s only necessary to read the TTK system and section pertaining to your type of violation.
Are you being charged with a violation where the city does not maintain the signage or violates the Federal guidelines?
Each of these traffic control devices shown above are in violation of Federal guidelines making enforcement invalid and/or illegal. By just explaining to the judge “the sign is too short, dirty/illegiable, or hidden from view” is not enough. He will simply say “too bad”.
On the other hand, by pointing out this is a Federal regulation handed down by the U.S Department of Transportation mandated in all 50 states the judge will take your motion much more seriously. By doing this you’re showing you understand the rules and regulations the states are expected to follow. You’ve called him on his bluff. This forces the judge to take your side recognizing the violation and dismissing your citation, otherwise he risks the embarrassment of an overturned conviction.