Learn About “Trial by Declaration”
- You got a traffic ticket and you do not want to go to court?
- You are charged with a traffic violation and you do not want to hire a lawyer?
- Then this is for you!
When you get a ticket, you have choices. You can pay or go to traffic school. You can go to court and fight.
Or you can use the choice that is on the back of your citation – they call it Trial by Declaration, we call it Trial By Mail. Check it out. It’s Section 2(b)!
We have all heard strategies for traffic court trials where you hope the officer does not show up. But if you use “Trial by Declaration,”
in order for you to lose, the officer must write and submit his own declaration – and, unlike if the officer goes to court to fight you,
the officer does not get paid extra!
- How do I do a Trial by Mail?
- Most other sites either require that you fill out your own forms. Or even worse, you spend tons to have the form filled out for you.
Here, you use the information from your Citation to answer some easy questions. The rest is done for you. Just type in the vehicle code number you
supposedly violated, the number on your citation, and the name and address of the court. You will get both the “Not Guilty” and “Trial by Mail”
forms in your e-mail completely filled out. Just sign and mail them to the court.
- Speeding Tickets, including Radar
- Red Light Violations
- Stop Sign Violations
- Camera Tickets
- Illegal Lane Changes
- Illegal U-Turns
- Seatbelt Violations
- Speed Traps
- And More …