Almost every driver has experienced the dreaded traffic ticket at some point or another. No sooner do you accelerate on the highway than you see the flashing lights and siren behind you indicating a wrong-doing. A momentary lapse of good judgment should not, however, tarnish your clean driving record. Knowing how to fight a traffic ticket will ensure that you don't pay excess fines or get your license taken away.
Every driver has dealt with the unpleasantness of receiving a traffic ticket at least once. One moment you are cruising down the highway and the next moment you see those dreaded flashing lights behind you telling you to pull over. One small infraction shouldn't taint your driving record or hike up your insurance rates. If you learn how to fight a traffic ticket, you can keep your driving record clean and keep your hard earned money where it belongs - in your pocket.
It happens to all of us at one time or another - the dreaded traffic ticket. One minute you could be making great time on your morning commute, and the next minute you see those flashing lights in your rear view mirror indicating the need to pull over. One momentary lapse in judgment shouldn't mean that your driving record be tarnished for years to come; learning how to fight a traffic ticket can ensure that you don't pay a big fine or have to pay more for insurance.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement runs a panel for all controlled substances when blood is drawn, said spokeswoman Susie Murphy. "We don't typically test for huffing (inhaled) agents," Murphy said. "We don't test for over-the-counter drugs at all." But that doesn't mean a person can't be charged with DUI for taking over-the-counter medication. "If someone were to ingest enough over-the-counter medicine, they could also be arrested for DUI if it is determined that they are impaired," Montes said. So if you get in a situation you need legal help, please call the Traffic Ticket Team at 954-967-9888 or go to our site, www.TrafficTicketTeam.com Diamond, Kistner & Diamond, P.A.
If you mouth off to a police officer or he feels threatened, he might shoot you.
Florida's Move Over Law was adopted in 2002 after several incidents where emergency response personnel were killed or injured while stopped at the side of the road.
"I was involved in a car accident and received a citation. How can the officer issue a ticket for something that he didn’t observe?"
Traffic Ticket Team Newsletter, November 18, 2008. Questions from some of our clients. Please enjoy and feel free to comment. Jason A. Diamond, Esq.
Does the officer have to show me the radar/laser reading?
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