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If you are a motorist, chances are you have probably gone through the unpleasant experience of getting a ticket. The Document People in Woodland Hills can now assist you with contesting a Los Angeles traffic ticket.
Here is some basic information about what’s involved in the process of contesting traffic tickets in LA:
A trial by written declaration is a challenge to a traffic citation in writing without an in person appearance at court by the person.
A person is eligible to request a trial by written declaration if they were issued a ticket for infraction violations only, the due date of the ticket has not passed, the ticket does not say that one’s appearance is mandatory in court and the offense does not involve alcohol or drugs.
Bail must be deposited with your request for trial by written declaration and you will have to declare your account in a declaration in which you may attach exhibits of evidence and witness testimony.
You may also go through the process of discovery and request information from the issuing officer if you feel that that information is pertinent to your case.
The officer will also have an opportunity to provide a written statement in response.
The court will send you a decision. If you are found guilty by the court, the state will keep your bail and inform you if you need to pay additional fines and penalties. If you are found not guilty, the court will refund the bail by mail within 4 to 6 weeks of their decision.
The Document People in Woodland Hills can assist you with traffic tickets. Visit our stores in Los Angeles County (Woodland Hills, Santa Monica, San Fernando, Marina Del Rey, Van Nuys, and Glendale), Orange County (Anaheim, Irvine) San Diego County (Oceanside) and Ventura County (Oxnard) for help with uncontested divorces.
The information contained in this blog – including information of a legal nature – is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice on any subject matter.