Everyone assumes once they get pulled over for Driving Under the Influence, their life is over, they lost the case, they owe ridiculous amounts of money, they will go to jail, and they will never be able to get a job again. These assumptions are just flat-out incorrect. While some of them may be true…

When issued a ticket or a complaint, you are given a court date, for which you must appear on your own behalf or hire an attorney to do so. If you fail to appear when ordered, there could be a warrant issued for your arrest. However, waiting around to be picked up by the police…

A one-time amnesty program will be available on October 1, 2105 for any unpaid traffic and non-traffic infraction tickets. All infractions will be eligible for amnesty, so long as the ticket is unpaid or related to a failure to appear violation and the initial payment due date or court date was on or before January…

A California driver can fight a traffic citation in court and still attend traffic school if found guilty. This may come as news to some, because of the way California judges tend to present the options to defendants. Traditionally, at the outset of a court hearing, judges tell cited drivers they can go to traffic…

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