Why Should I Bust My Ticket?
How Does It Work?
How Much Will It Cost?
Can I really bust ANY ticket?
What kind of Ticket Can I Bust?
What is the Guarantee?
What Does “Bust” Mean?
What Happens to My Driving Record?
Is my Driver's License in Jeopardy Using This Method?
Could I Go To Jail?
Will I Have To Post Bail?
How Is “Busting My Ticket” Legal, Ethical, and Responsible?
Do the Courts Like It When I Bust My Ticket?
What Happens When We All Bust Our Tickets?
Does This Mean I Can Drive Irresponsibly and Get Away With It?
Can it ever fail?
Would I ever have to pay fines?
Do I have to appear in court?
Do I need an Attorney or Lawyer?
Can You Do It For Me?
Will My Insurance Go Up?
How Long Will It Take?
What Are the Long Term Benefits of Busting My Tickets?
How Do I Get Started?
Why is my login not working?
How do I access the site?
I have signed up, now what?
Can you help me with my ticket?
I already plead before I found your service, can I remove my plea?
The DA's office told me they don't fill out VC's for traffic infractions?
I was using the cell phone to contact a doctor's office, and I believe there is an exemption for this in the CVC for cell phones.
The magistrate gave me a Traffic Docket form instructing me to return again on a later date. What is this?
Does your method require the posting of the bail with the court during the process?
If I am required/asked to pay bail before court, is there anything I can do?
If I pay bail and win do I get my money back?
What if I already pled not guilty and have a trial set?
What is the best argument that can be used against the officer?
At the top of the forms where it asks for Name, Address, City, State and Phone, Is that my information or the courts?
Do I sign all of these documents on the bottom of each page?
I used the 1st parking ticket letter and received a notice of a administrative Hearing. Should I go?
If I have already sent in a ticket with bail money and "not guilty" written on the check to dispute the ticket, is there a way to still use this process?
I paid for my membership, I registered and recorded my login name and password, but it's been rejected when I try to log in.
Should I ask if it is a court of records?
Should I object to the proceedings?
Do I need to submit something from your program prior to agreeing to a court date or is it something I submit before my court date and if before my court date how much time do I need to allow to get the proper documentation in to them?
How do I become an Affiliate?
Is there a form or procedure for removing a Commissioner and being heard by a judge?
Can I record the hearing?
My driver’s license is Commercial, is there a difference in the laws or how to fight a ticket?
What is the best way to find my court information, address, etc.?
If I get overruled on a motion or filing, what can I do?
If I lose, can I appeal?
How do I file and serve papers?
What happens if I DON’T PLEA?
What happens if I am denied something?
What happens if I miss my court date by mistake and get a default judgment against me?
I'm already set for trial. Can this method you are teaching be used at this point in the process? Or is it too late?
If I have already plead, can your service help me?
Is it a onetime charge to my credit card or are there any hidden charges?
What does your satisfaction Guarantee entail?
What papers do I file on my first appearance?
What papers do I file on my 2nd appearance?
How do I get a statement of appeal from the courts?
How do I fill out the forms?
Does the Court have to take my motions that I am filing?
I received a ticket in California but live out of state, can you help me?
Can I fight a parking ticket that is already added to my registration?
Can this be used on a CA commercial license?
Do I need to submit something before my court date?
If my court date is farther out then the 4 month subscription, can you extend my subscription?
Is there someone to contact for help with my ticket?
What is "S/________________________ at the bottom of some forms? What do I put in that space?
Do I need to get my motions notarized?
What is the difference between a verified complaint and a verified affidavit?
What’s the difference between a Notice to Appear and a Verified Complaint?
What is Trial By Written Declaration or Trial De Novo?
Do I receive any materials in the mail from you with my purchase?
DISCLAIMER

Why Should I Bust My Ticket?
It's up to you, but we've found the method you'll discover to be 100% effective 100% of the time. You can either go into court and be force fed a series of misinformation that has you pay exorbitant fines, or you take the time to educate yourself on your rights and properly utilize them where they will make a difference for you and your life. Now is the time to take responsibility for knowing your rights as a free person in society.


How Does It Work?
We use the court's own rules and procedures against itself, point out the flaws, and collapse the house of cards resulting in tying their hands and forcing them to dismiss our tickets.


How Much Will It Cost?
Your 4 month membership is $49.95, much less than the cost of your ticket! You will be trained for the rest of your life to bust any future tickets as well. True Freedom!


Can I really bust ANY ticket?
Yes, any Notice To Appear has been or can be busted. We've busted dozens and dozens of them already.


What kind of Ticket Can I Bust?
Red Light Tickets
Seat Belt Tickets
Speeding Tickets
Carpool Lane Tickets/Diamond Lane Tickets
Speed Trap Tickets
Cell Phone Tickets
Skateboarding Tickets
Bicycle Tickets
Motorcycle Tickets
ANY Notice To Appear
Parking Tickets
Handicap Space Tickets
Parking Meter Tickets
Photo Tickets
Photo Enforced Tickets
Electronic Tickets
Tickets issued by a police officer
Tickets issued by security officer
Tickets issued by highway patrol
Tickets from another county
Tickets from park rangers
Fish and Game Tickets
Contact Us about any other tickets!


What is the Guarantee?
Your Membership is good for 4 months, which is plenty of time to get your matter resolved and your ticket dismissed! If not satisfied with our product you can cancel at any time for a full refund (per our terms and conditions).


What Does “Bust” Mean?
Bust means get your ticket dismissed. Dismissed is the court's legal term that means your ticket disappears, is rendered invalid as a legal instrument to charge you with.


What Happens to My Driving Record?
Your driving record is left clean. Your insurance company will not increase your insurance, you will not be asked to do traffic school, you will not have to pay any fines.


Is my Driver's License in Jeopardy Using This Method?
Your driver's license will have no bad marks on it and you will keep it and drive as you normally would, although you will be smarter about your rights than 99% of the people on the road.


Could I Go To Jail?
No. There is no legal way for them to put you in jail even if they threaten you, because what we will show you is how to not be in contract with them. The whole process we will guide you through is to undo the contract you signed, your Notice To Appear they forced you to sign under duress, with gun, tazer, and baton ready.


Will I Have To Post Bail?
If you get too many extensions or request Trial By Written Declaration, they may request bail. Although it is not required, there are ways to bypass this with an O.R. Release, a request to be released of bail by your Own Recognizance, which we will cover in the home study course, if necessary, but you probably won't even need to go that far.


How Is “Busting My Ticket” Legal, Ethical, and Responsible?
Busting Your Ticket is completely legal, in fact, it is the only legal way to treat your ticket. All the other shenanigans the officer, the courts, and the traffic court clerk pull are completely illegal IF you know your rights and use them wisely. Busting Your Ticket is the only ethical treatment of your due process, and it would be unethical to allow the courts to bypass your rights. Busting Your Ticket is the only responsible way to behave as a sovereign person living in western society.


Do the Courts Like It When I Bust My Ticket?
The courts are set up to collect their self-assessed fines. They are a money mill, pilfering revenue from unsuspecting and often innocent people through coercive techniques, using intimidation and the home-court advantage of making you come to them on their terms. Although they may not like it and will often be nasty about it, you are the only one who can stand up for your rights and demand due process be served.


What Happens When We All Bust Our Tickets?
The net effect is that they will probably find another way to enforce commonly understood safety parameters, or that we will become responsible to honor and obey rules of society.


Does This Mean I Can Drive Irresponsibly and Get Away With It?
Although the Bust Your Tickets system will get any ticket dismissed, it is up to you to operate your vehicle safely and responsibly.


Can it ever fail?
No. Using the rules of court against itself cannot fail as long as you follow the path we've clearly laid out for you and follow it through to completion. If you quit part way through, don't follow our instructions, don't ask us for help with your questions, or try to deviate from our simple instructions and tutorials, you are on your own. It's not uncommon for the court to offer you better deals because they know you are going to get your case dismissed. It is totally fine for you to take advantage and get the best deal you can using our system.


Would I ever have to pay fines?
If you adhere to the time deadlines to appear in court, bring the papers filled out that we pre-formatted for you, watch the simple short videos and bring the script, your tickets will get dismissed and you will not have to pay any ticket fines.


Do I have to appear in court?
By signing the Notice To Appear, you contracted with the court to appear in person. If you don't appear, there are other procedures and fines they can attach to your driver's license which could affect your insurance. You may have to appear more than once to resolve the matter.


Do I need an Attorney or Lawyer?
You do not need and attorney or lawyer. You will appear self represented with all the tools you need to win.


Can You Do It For Me?
We are considering a program to assist people on their court date for those who ask, but as yet, you signed the Notice To Appear and no one can stand in for you.


Will My Insurance Go Up?
You insurance will not go up because you will have no points on your record once your ticket gets dismissed.


How Long Will It Take?
Depending on how many extensions you request, it could take up to 6 months, but you could get it done in less than 30 days.


What Are the Long Term Benefits of Busting My Tickets?
My friend has found, after 14 tickets on his driving record that show up as 'dismissed', officers shy away from issuing him any further tickets, because it ends up looking bad on their record for issuing bum tickets. He likes to hear them say "Have a nice day" and let him go.


How Do I Get Started?
You've got an excellent start educating yourself by reading this report. If you've had enough with the excessive fines assessed for the alleged traffic infraction and you are ready to take on your freedom and learning your rights to effectively have current and all future traffic tickets dismissed, go on to the next page.

To Get Started, Follow these simple steps:

1.  Call or go in to the Traffic Court listed on your Notice To Appear (your ticket) and ask for an "Extension".

     They will give you another 30 or more days to get prepared for your appearance. You can generally ask       for up to 3 extensions.

2.  Sign Up at and gain access to:

     *pre-formatted documents you put your name and ticket number into for easy use to win every time.

      *video tutorials on what to say and do and why

      *plus Free Bonus: How To Beat Most Parking Tickets


Why is my login not working?
Depending on how you signed up for our service is where you should login.

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How do I access the site?
There are two different ways to sign up. Either as a regular member or under an affiliate/clickbank. Your receipt will tell you where to go to login.

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I have signed up, now what?
Start at the Introduction Tab and work your way through. Watch videos in order . If you are unsure watch them as much as needed. Print out the word docs to see how they pertain to the videos. Open up the PDF's to view actual forms filled out.


Can you help me with my ticket?
Yes we don't care what the ticket is for. We use the courts rules against themselves.


I already plead before I found your service, can I remove my plea?
Yes you can remove and/or change your plea.


The DA's office told me they don't fill out VC's for traffic infractions?
Too bad, we did not write the law but are happy to quote it back to them. They (the Commissioners) normally instruct the DA's office to file one, if they don't you can ask for dismissal for non prosecution. Normally what happens they will deny your request stating that the NTA is your Verified Complaint, because it was prepared on a form approved by the judicial council and "verified "and signed by the officer. This is one of our cornerstone defenses.


I was using the cell phone to contact a doctor's office, and I believe there is an exemption for this in the CVC for cell phones.
No. Does not matter what the ticket was for, they don't care and will use it against you.


The magistrate gave me a Traffic Docket form instructing me to return again on a later date. What is this?
This is your court minutes, keep them. It should say everything you said happened in court (you need to verify it) look to see if they entered a NG plea for you.


Does your method require the posting of the bail with the court during the process?
No posting of bail unless you do trial by written declaration. Lately though the courts have been asking for bail to be paid prior to your court appearance, and we always try to fight to only pay if we lose at the end.


If I am required/asked to pay bail before court, is there anything I can do?
Yes you can request a stay until the end of your trial if you are found guilty.


If I pay bail and win do I get my money back?
Of course! You will ask the commissioner at the time you are fond not guilty or case dismissed


What if I already pled not guilty and have a trial set?
Even if you have already pled, there are things that you can use to hopefully beat your ticket based on jamming them up with their own legal system. Your court minute papers will give you the status that the court has figured on. You have to go from there. You can still demurrer, request discovery, and there are tricks on how to question the officer about the legal system. By you pleading, you have just made it more of an uphill battle.


What is the best argument that can be used against the officer?
Under 40513, the 2 questions to use are:

1) Was my notice to appear filed with the court, I would like to see the stamped copy?

2) was it filed with a magistrate, I would like to see the magistrates signature and indorsment?

These are the questions you want answered before you can proceed with court? We aren't fighting the ticket itself.


At the top of the forms where it asks for Name, Address, City, State and Phone, Is that my information or the courts?
That will always be your information at the top of any pleading paper. We have done the work for you and have tried to highlight in yellow or put XXX's anywhere you need to fill in information. After filling out forms, un-highlight all areas in yellow.


Do I sign all of these documents on the bottom of each page?
You sign each document in the area specified normally identified in yellow or the S/________________________ line.


I used the 1st parking ticket letter and received a notice of a administrative Hearing. Should I go?
If you go before a administrative hearing I guarantee you will be found guilty and told to pay the ticket. That is why you respond with letter 2. If they persist, go to letter 3.


If I have already sent in a ticket with bail money and "not guilty" written on the check to dispute the ticket, is there a way to still use this process?
You should still be able to use our system and go to court. The biggest problem is, you have plead (by putting "not guilty" on the check, we guess). What we need to find out is are you going to contested traffic court, or are you going to arraignment. If going to arraignment, you start from square one with our system. When you win, ask or refund of your bail. If you are going to contested traffic court, we need to challenge the officer. You cannot argue your ticket and win, it never works. What we suggest is you challenge the officer with legal questions. Go to the Resource Tab on our site, and print out "court argument for VC 40513".


I paid for my membership, I registered and recorded my login name and password, but it's been rejected when I try to log in.
You may be signing in at the wrong place. Check your receipt to see where you sign in. Either at one of two places:


For Members that signed up at Caticketbusters.com :

http://caticketbusters.com/join/member.php

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http://affiliates.caticketbusters.com/join/member.php


Should I ask if it is a court of records?
Always good to do. We want everything on the record.


Should I object to the proceedings?
Always. I always start off with ‘I Object to the Notice To Appear’, see quick start guide on the site for the beginning videos. Whenever in doubt, Object. Even if you don't know what for. I you think they made an error on you, always ask for dismissal. You are not challenging the commissioner, you are following a process. Every time you object or request dismissal by court procedure he must answer or rule on your motions.


Do I need to submit something from your program prior to agreeing to a court date or is it something I submit before my court date and if before my court date how much time do I need to allow to get the proper documentation in to them?
No filings prior, your first appearance is your arraignment, and it is first step. You will file a couple of motions when you appear then. Watch the Introduction videos and Quick Start Guide videos.

You will file a request for verified complaint, demurr and discovery when you go. They will bitch and tell you they are too busy or you have to do it at the counter, but they are wrong.


How do I become an Affiliate?
Visit our affiliate page at

http://affiliates.caticketbusters.com/affiliate.html


Is there a form or procedure for removing a Commissioner and being heard by a judge?
It is CCP 170.6 under resources tab, you can get a peremptory challenge at any time (without cause or having to file the motion or having to justify yourself) over the bench, while at the 'bar' just tell the Commissioner you have a "170.6 Peremptory challenge" and would like to be before a Judge.
Depending on your court they do a couple of things
1st, you may be sent immediately to a new 'commissioner' or 'judge' right then and there, or
2nd, they may reschedule you to return to a new 'commissioner' or 'judge' at a later time.
We do have a form for this on the site under Resources Tab.


Can I record the hearing?
Some Counties record, and you can buy a copy of the audio, of the court proceedings. We highly recommend you record the proceedings, if they do not. Since you are a ‘novice’, it is really important for you to get what happened and what was said by whom.

California Rules of Court Rule 1.150

(d) Personal recording devices
The judge may permit inconspicuous personal recording devices to be used by persons in a courtroom to make sound recordings as personal notes of the proceedings. A person proposing to use a recording device must obtain advance permission from the judge. The recordings must not be used for any purpose other than as personal notes.

We have a motion on the Resources Tab to request to record the hearing, for your own notes only.

When making record of ORAL proceedings for appeal http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/forms/documents/cr142.pdf


My driver’s license is Commercial, is there a difference in the laws or how to fight a ticket?
Not really, but the consequences are different. If you are a commercial driver with commercial license, and you get points or a suspension, your livelihood and earning capacity will be shot. Take the course seriously. Remember, our premise is that we don’t fight the ticket, we use the legal system against itself. So there would be no difference in our attack plan.


What is the best way to find my court information, address, etc.?
State internet address is: www.courtinfo.ca.gov/courts for almost all your needs.


If I get overruled on a motion or filing, what can I do?
First, size up what happened, what did you get overruled on. You can challenge the Commissioner, you need to size up and see what it did to your case or your attack plan. Were your rights violated, due process, etc? You can always appeal (sometimes you can do a ‘writ’). These are more advanced, but easily available to master. If the Commissioner is just not listening to you or giving you credit and you feel your due process is not being followed, due a CCP 170.6 Peremptory Challenge and get a new commissioner.


If I lose, can I appeal?
Of course, we have broken this down for you. Remember, an appeal is not a new trial, it is only to show what errors the trial court did and have it look at by 3 separate Judges to ensure your process and rights have been protected. Go to Resources Tab and download ‘How to do an Appeal of your infraction case’, we give you step by step instructions with all the forms and web information. This is a little trickier, you must pay attention. Example, appeal for Misdemeanor is different than infraction case.


How do I file and serve papers?
We have a proof of service form under the Resources Tab. You need to fill this out and attach it to whatever you are serving, and it asks you what it is and to whom. Personally I like to just take my forms or motions to the counter (normally the clerks or DA’s office) and have them stamp, ‘filed, or endorse it’ with a date, they can never say they never received it then.
The purpose of serving papers AFTER you file them with the court is because the court does not do anything, so whomever you were trying to get to respond would not know what you did until you ‘serve’ them with your motion, demand or request.
There are different types of forms for service, here is one to be used only when you Appeal. http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/forms/documents/app109info.pdf


What happens if I DON’T PLEA?
If you don't plea you are not under contract or jurisdiction of the court yet.
We never want to ‘NOT PLEA’, if we do the Court can enter a ‘not guilty’ plea for you and schedule you for trial. PC 1024 states if you refuse to plea, the Court can enter a ‘not guilty’ plea for you. You must either plea or demur to the charges at arraignment or in open traffic court. We prefer to hold off and ask questions of the court for the record, (act like Colombo, the non-understanding and questioning person who wants to understand what is going on). If you are not ‘refusing’ to plea, and are not understanding or waiting for the Court to clarify some questions you have, they can’t enter a ‘not guilty’ plea for you. If they do incorrectly (and they do all the time), you can file a ‘Removal of Court Entered Plea’ PC 1018 under the resources tab.


What happens if I am denied something?
You can do several things,
1. file a ‘writ of prohibition’ which prohibits the court from doing something you request if it is granted.

2. file a ‘writ of mandamus’ which a higher court sends back to a lower court either a set of instructions or directions to have addressed or answered by the lower court.

3. And you can ‘appeal to a higher court’.

All of these are explained in more detail under each separate item. For lengthy proper information http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/forms/documents/cr141info.pdf go to
http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/forms/documents/app150info.pdf for forms go to
http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/forms/documents/app151.pdf for proof of service for ‘appeal’ go to
http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/forms/documents/app109.pdf


What happens if I miss my court date by mistake and get a default judgment against me?
You must immediately file a motion ‘Declaration and Motion to Vacate Judgment’ with the Court, and they have 90 days to respond or decide to do so. It is under the Resources Tab. They do not have to allow it, but I have had cases dismissed because the Commissioner did not respond to the filing within 90 days.


I'm already set for trial. Can this method you are teaching be used at this point in the process? Or is it too late?
Short answer, yes. If you are already set for trial, you have been arraigned and plead (I presume). So you lose out of some of our strategy and procedures. But you can still use our system and teachings to defend yourself at trial, attack the facts, Officer or the Notice to Appear. You can also use it to appeal any incorrect ruling or violation of your due process rights.


If I have already plead, can your service help me?
There are still things you can do although you have entered your plea. Just because you have already had your arraignment does not mean we cannot help you. Also, you can remove your plea.


Is it a onetime charge to my credit card or are there any hidden charges?
Yes, it is a onetime charge for access to our site with everything you will need to defend yourself or bust your ticket.


What does your satisfaction Guarantee entail?
That everything works, you get access to our site per the membership agreement, and you can get a full refund within the time period and constraints listed on our site. Everything is up to date and the latest and greatest from the State law-Vehicle and Penal codes. We cannot guarantee that you will win because only you can defend yourself and we are not allowed in court.


What papers do I file on my first appearance?
Depending on your situation, and your attack/defend plan, it can vary. Go to our ‘Quick Start Guide’ and watch the video for the first court appearance on what to do and fill out. Normally we have you file 3 ‘motions’, request for verified complaint, demur to the NTA, and discovery.


What papers do I file on my 2nd appearance?
This is trickier; it depends on what happened on your first arraignment calendar or court appearance. Watch the videos and you will know what is available to you. There is no standard answer as each court act and responds different to what you ask for and file. Even though it is all State law, they all act differently.


How do I get a statement of appeal from the courts?
We have a whole section on appeals under Resources Tab with all forms, information, and state web information.


How do I fill out the forms?
Simple, but sometimes simple can be hard. I eventually made a short video on what and how to fill out the forms on ‘Quick Start Guide’ Tab. Basically, anything highlighted in yellow and/or has XXXX’s in a spot, needs some information from you. This is so you can easily see what is needed. After you fill in the information, you will need to un-highlight the yellow. Then, PLEASE, read what you have filled out to insure it is correct and makes sense!


Does the Court have to take my motions that I am filing?
Yes, but do they is the question. They are supposed to ‘take’ (File-endorse-etc) your motions and then they can rule or deny them. But that is not the question. Even if you follow the rules of court or codes, somehow each Court or Jurisdiction seems to have their own take on the matter. It should not be but I have students that the court sends out to the clerks to file, and other say it has to be filed in Open Court. We say, be prepared and persistent, and document who did what to whom and who told you what to do. (We can’t stress the importance because papers are date and time sensitive).


I received a ticket in California but live out of state, can you help me?
Yes, you can do a Trial By Written Declaration if you don’t want to return to the State. We have a special tab section ‘TBWD’ just for this specialty.


Can I fight a parking ticket that is already added to my registration?
Nope, normally not worth it. You could challenge it and probably beat it, but normally the time and money involved negates the positive outcome you would get. Let er go Man!


Can this be used on a CA commercial license?
It does not matter if commercial or not, but it does to you. You have more to lose. You need to bone up on your rights and the laws that affect you!


Do I need to submit something before my court date?
No, normally your first court date is your ‘arraignment’, and you are to file your motions then. See our ‘Quick Start Guide’ for a short video and what to file at your arraignment.
After that, the CRC has a set of time frames for filing before your pretrial motions.
CRC 4.111: General criminal motions must be filed 10 court days before hearing. Response to be filed 5 court days before hearing. Reply to be filed 2 court days before the time appointed for hearing.
Normally though, we have been successful in just getting everything submitted or filed with the Commissioner in open court or with the clerks either before or after the court appearance.


If my court date is farther out then the 4 month subscription, can you extend my subscription?
Yes, of course. And we do.


Is there someone to contact for help with my ticket?
No, I’m sorry. We cannot offer legal advice or have the time or staff to do this. We tried to make our site totally informative and easy to understand, and believe me, after a couple of years – anything you could ask has been answered and placed on the site. Keep looking and ‘Ye shall find!’


What is "S/________________________ at the bottom of some forms? What do I put in that space?
Sorry, sometimes I need to break things down in to the simplest lowest common denominator. That means ‘sign here’ or ‘your signature’.


Do I need to get my motions notarized?
Normally no, but there are times in advanced stuff we do that you might. Normally you sign under penalty of perjury or have someone else do a proof of service for you.


What is the difference between a verified complaint and a verified affidavit?
A verified complaint is a legal criminal complaint against you (that had to follow certain procedures, criteria, and rules) and a verified affidavit is an affidavit (normally by you) that you have ‘verified’ which meant signed under penalty of perjury or an oath sword to in front of (or to) someone authorized to take such oaths. This is one of our cornerstones of our defense.


What’s the difference between a Notice to Appear and a Verified Complaint?
A Notice to Appear or NTA is a form approved by the Judicial Council that is a carbonless 3 part form that any agency (Police, Fish and Game, Park & Rec., Animal Control, building department, etc) can use to attempt to state a criminal cause of action against you, and if you accept it as such, it will be used as a verified complaint against you.

A verified complaint is a ‘true’ criminal complaint against you that had to follow certain procedures, restrictions, time frames and requirements in order to be a ‘proper’ verified complaint. See next.

Verification normally means that someone (the person swearing out the complaint/information against you) has been sworn in (in front of someone authorized to take his oath-like a court clerk), and stated they have personal knowledge or facts that you did something. This (both of them) in front of (filed) a Magistrate, and that a probable cause hearing was held, and there being sufficient evidence to support same, the Magistrate ‘Indorsed’ the now verified complaint against you.


What is Trial By Written Declaration or Trial De Novo?
A Trial by Written Declaration (TBWD) is a special Vehicle Code that allows you to have a court appearance by mail, with the Officer stating/rebutting by mail also. Then the Commissioner decides your case. If you win, game over. If you lose, see next paragraph.
A Trial De Novo is your chance to remove this loss and have a second trial in person in court. The Trial De Novo means trial anew, so nothing from the first trial can be used against you and you get a second bite at the apple.
We have a whole section devoted to this, look at the tab ‘TBWD’ and watch the video.


Do I receive any materials in the mail from you with my purchase?
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