The sign on this street said the speed limit was 45 mph, it’s not your fault that there was another sign that said 35 mph was hard to see behind leaves of that tree.
The officer who’s writing you the speeding ticket doesn’t agree with you and writes you an expensive traffic violation. You weren’t hurting anyone and were driving safely. This ticket is entirely unfair.
But what can you do?
Well fortunately, you came to the right website. TicketBust is an industry leader in helping our customers challenge speeding tickets and get them dismissed by the court system without ever needing to step into a courtroom or hire a lawyer.
Most people don’t know that in California you can fight your traffic ticket by filling out some paper work and making written declaration of why you are not at fault and why you don’t deserve to be punished with an expensive speeding ticket.
Anyone can do this process – called Trial by Declaration – but naturally, you want to do it the best possible way, so you're chances for success are high. TicketBust has been helping people get their paperwork for traffic ticket dismissal prepared for over 12 years and has helped THOUSANDS of drivers contest their traffic tickets using a Trial by Written Declaration.
In fact, we’ve helped THOUSANDS of drivers contest their traffic tickets and completed THOUSANDS of Trial by Written Declarations. (many of which were speeding violations)
Our system allows you to answer a series of questions related to your traffic ticket. Then our algorithms match your answers to our questions to the proper defenses that relate to your specific circumstances. You are then provided access to download and review all your defense documents and make changes if needed. We then provide you with instructions on exactly how to send your Trial by Written Declaration documents to the court to fight your traffic ticket.
It may seem complicated, but when you’ve helped driver’s contest thousands of traffic tickets (and counting), using a Trial by Written Declaration, you get a pretty good idea about how to develop a system to do this effectively and successfully.
What happens when a ticket is dismissed after using a Trial by Written Declaration?
What happens if a ticket isn't dismissed after using a Trial by Written Declaration?