Any Other Moving Violation
If you did not find your ticket mentioned specifically in any of the other links, do not worry! At CA Traffic Tickets, we specialize in fighting all moving violations in the state of California. And the fact that we do not have a specific link dealing with your particular ticket, in no way means that we can’t handle your type of ticket, or that your defense will be anything less than we do for other tickets. It simply means that your ticket may not be as common as other tickets issued, such as speeding and red light tickets. However, we do not work with parking tickets and fix-it tickets, which are non-moving violations.
Here are some other common moving violations that we regularly handle…and win!
- Carpool lane (HOV) tickets
- Improper turns
- Failure to obey traffic sign or control devices
- Crossing a double yellow line
- Crossing a double white line
- Railroad crossing tickets
- Following too closely (i.e. “tailgating”)
- Gridlock tickets
- Unsafe lane change
- Illegal passing
- Failure to signal
- Construction zones and school zones
No matter what your ticket is, our attorneys have fought your ticket and have proven defense strategies and arguments for your particular situation. There are many exceptions, qualifications, and conditions for each traffic law, and our attorneys who specialize in California traffic law, have extensively studied these laws and crafted solid legal arguments to beat these tickets. The law is on your side since you have the Constitutional right that: 1) an accused is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and 2) the government has the burden of proving that an accused has committed the crime charged beyond a reasonable doubt.
Thus it is important to remember, that in all of this, the burden of proof is NOT on us to necessarily prove that you are innocent, but rather for the officer to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you are guilty of every element of the alleged violation. Again, we don’t necessarily need to prove that you are innocent, but rather to create enough reasonable doubt that you violated that specific vehicle code. If we can find one weak link in the chain, the whole case against you will fall apart due to insufficient evidence. If the officer is unable to prove every element of the alleged violation with sufficient evidence, the case should be dismissed. If the officer fails to submit his/her declaration or do so on time, this too is grounds for a full dismissal. Thus there are many ways we can beat your particular ticket.