This week’s question is all about traffic tickets. Specifically, a client wants to know what one can do when the cop cites you for the wrong thing.
Here’s a great example:
Let’s say you are driving on the highway. You are driving too fast – 65 in a 60 mph zone. The cop pulls you over and gives you a ticket. You go and look the ticket up, though, and realize that he cited you for driving too fast for conditions, which doesn’t really apply in this situation.
I do a show every week called The #AskALawyer Show. In that show, I invite people to ask me questions about anything they want.
This week’s question was about traffic tickets. Specifically, a listener wanted to know why a traffic lawyer, like myself, would want to give away my secrets for beating traffic tickets again and again.
I thought it was a great questions, so I took a couple of minutes and answered it.
I love getting reader questions. They give me a great idea about what people really want to know about.
Today I received a question from Gigi in Lynnwood that I thought would be perfect for the show.
I received a ticket in the mail the other day from one of those red light traffic cameras. Only thing is, I wasn’t driving at the time. Any way I can get out of this ticket without having to tell the court who the driver actually was?
As a matter of fact Gigi, there is… you’ll have to watch the video to find out.