How to Dismiss Traffic Violations

By braniac
Dismiss Traffic Violations

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With rising ticket prices, receiving a traffic violation can make a real dent in your pocket. I have personally received many tickets, in most cases which have been gotten dismissed, and in this article I will teach you my method.

When an officer pulls you over, first thing he usually asks is "Do you know why I pulled you over?". I'm sure you know exactly why you been pulled over, but never admit your fault. Always say no, and dont try to argue your point, most cases if you dont say much the cop will let you go. They dont like hearing BS stories.

If he issues you a citation anyway, take it and continue on with your day. When you get the chance go online and visit the police department website listed on your citation. Look up your citation, usually takes 21 days to process in the system. Once it is in the system, extend your case.

When the time comes that you must go to court try extending it one more time about 2 weeks before, if it wont allow you to do so just go to court. When you enter the police station, you need to wait in line to pay for your citation. Once you pay, you need to request a Not guilty plea case. They will issue you a court date, try to get the latest date possible.

By now it should be at least 5 - 6 months that have passed since the ticket was issued. Most likely the officer does not have record of the citation or does not remember the case, therefore he won't show up to court. You must go to court.

By now it should be at least 5 - 6 months that have passed since the ticket was issued. Most likely the officer does not have record of the citation or does not remember the case, therefore he won't show up to court. You must go to court. The judge will go through the roll and in most cases the officer wont show up and your case will be automatically dropped. If the officer does show up, you have two options: you can argue your case, or you plead guilty and request traffic school so it will not affect your insurance premium.