In fact, we’ve helped thousands of contest their traffic tickets and completed thousands of Trial by Written Declarations. (all types of violations)
Getting a traffic ticket sucks.
It can be a really uncomfortable feeling, like you just did something terrible.
But you didn’t.
The problem is that most traffic tickets are unfair and undeserved. You’re usually a great driver and the police officer just caught you at a bad moment.
But it didn’t matter what you said to the officer, he refused to let you off with just a warning.
Now you have this expensive traffic ticket that you can barely afford to pay, and the sense that you’ve been wronged somehow.
There is hope though. You don’t have accept this injustice.
As long as you’re ticket is not a felony or a misdemeanor, you can use a little known process in the California court system to have your ticket dismissed.
It’s called Trial by Declaration and all it is some paperwork that needs to be submitted properly to the courts.
So whether you were driving solo in the carpool lane, forgot to put on your seatbelt, or got some other wild traffic ticket, you can fight that traffic ticket if you file your Trial by Declaration the right way.
Fortunately, TicketBust has been completing Trial by Written Declarations for our customers for over 18 years and in that time our system has helped THOUSANDS of drivers contest their traffic tickets and completed THOUSANDS of Trial by Written Declarations.
We know all the best filing tricks and methods, so you can challenge your ticket. Let us help you.
You don’t have to show up in court or get a lawyer involved.
If it does go through, you do have a lot to gain. You’ll avoid getting any points on your license and will be saved from having your insurance go up. You can even save your driver’s license if it’s at stake.
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TicketBust has helped tens of thousands of California drivers ﬁght their trafﬁc tickets. And, we can help you too!
NO GOING TO COURT
Vehicle Code Section 40902 allows you to contest tickets in writing, without having to make an appearance in court. It’s called Trial by Written Declaration, and our system helps you use it.
You answer questions about your ticket and our system completes all the paperwork for you. We’ve been doing this for years, and our system provides you with all your completed defense documents.
Once you enter your information about your ticket and answer all the questions, your defense will be prepared. All you have to do is mail it in (the court won’t let us mail it for you).