Received a LIDAR speeding ticket in California for allegedly doing 76 in a 45 earlier this year, after 11 years without so much as a parking ticket. I was going less than 50 when the CHP appeared in my mirror and I was POSITIVE I hadn't been going anywhere near 76 prior to that. The speed limit had been 55 there my entire life, but I later found out they'd just recently lowered it to 45 a couple months prior. Because he wrote me up for going 31 over (which I'm POSITIVE was intentional), I was 1mph over the limit for traffic school. Given all the circumstances, plus several mitigating factors I'm not going to waste time mentioning, I decided to try and fight it. Searched the internet for a while and decided to try The Ticket Clinic in California. I gave them the citation # and a little bit of information, and they said the price was $399 and there were no refunds. They also said they couldn't make any guarantees or speculate about my case (it's against the law to do so), but he said their lawyers are very good. The possible outcomes were that the case could get dismissed outright, could get reduced, or it could possibly be upheld. Since the price of the ticket was at or over $500, not to mention insurance increases and a blemish on my driving record, it was worth the gamble. I didn't have any further conversations or correspondence with them, other than 2 letters I received. The first was about a week later saying they appeared and got a continuance, and the second was about 6 weeks later saying the case had been dismissed entirely. I can't speak to anybody else's experience with this company, but they got a pretty hefty speeding ticket dismissed for me and saved me some money, even with the $400 price tag for their services.
DUI lawyer sues strip club after he gets drunk and spends $19k in ONE night By DAILY MAIL REPORTER Last updated at 6:23 PM on 27th April 2011 He specialises in DUI offences and boasts in a TV advert that he was going to traffic court when rival lawyers were 'still in diapers'. But Mark Gold's sense of judgement seems to have deserted him when he spent $18,930 in one night at a strip joint in Miami. Now the 56-year-old attorney is taking the Gold Rush club to court, saying he was so drunk staff should have stopped serving him. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1381137/DUI-lawyer-Mark-Gold-sues-strip-club-gets-drunk-spends-19k-ONE-night.html#ixzz1MeZz7gz9
I wanted to take the time to say thank you to Toro School it was a pleasure dealing with your company , I was a bit spectacle on enrolling in your school due to the negative reviews on yelp but after reviewing further I decided to go judge for myself and I am glad I did . Jose ,Chris and Mr. Jesse to the time to teach me they had the tools that I needed to learn . Thank you I work for Gardner now and it is all thanks to you . thank you Ray L.