How To Fight Your Traffic Ticket?
This is the procedures if followed allows you to get a not guilty verdict but if you need legal help, you should get an attorney.9 min read
Although we do not know the identity of the author, the below file is real. However, we do not suggest you follow most of its advice -- unless you are attempting to see how many cops and Judges you can get REALLY pissed-off. We can't remember when we saw so much bad advice in one place. And honest, we didn't add anything to the material. - 'LLL staff
MERRY CHRISTMAS, THIS IS THE PROCEDURES IF FOLLOWED ALLOWS YOU TO GET A NOT GUILTY VERDICT - REMEMBER I AM NOT A LAWYER, BUT IF YOU NEED LEGAL HELP, GET AN ATTORNEY - IN THE MEANTIME STUDY THE EVIDENCE CODE - IT IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS - THESE PROCEDURES HAVE WON - SO THE REST IS UP TO YOU!!!!!
The following procedures can be followed so that you can enter all the required briefs and motions into court. Remember all motions and briefs must have an affidavit or declaration attached to it. All papers must be filed 10-15 days prior to hearing of the issues.
(1) Demurrer/motion to abate (only 1 demurrer can be filed and it must be filed prior to entering of a plea.) As you leave the courtroom, stop by the clerks window and file the following motions: (set date for the same date as the hearing on the demurrer)
(a) Motions in Limine (as many as you want) (b) Motion to Dismiss for lack of jurisdictional fact.
(2) Affidavit of citizenship (P.C. 1401)
(3) Judicial Notice (as many as you want each covering a different subject.) i.e. Blacks Law Dictionary, Citizenship, court cases, statutes (federal or state), prior affidavits or letters under P.C. 1401,
(4) Motion to dismiss (as many as you want each covering a different subject.)
WHERE IS THE EVIDENCE?
After filing your papers, and when into trial, you must first argue the motions in limine prior to addressing the other motions that you have filed.
Remember the judge cannot use his personal knowledge of the law or feelings while ruling from the bench, he can only rule on the evidence before him. Explain this to him by saying, "Your Honor, the court cannot use its personal knowledge or feelings in rendering its decision, but, must rule on the evidence submitted to the court."