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Re: speeding ticket

Jim Jordan wrote:
> Ted,
> Best I can offer is that Nolo Press had an excellent paperback book on
> fighting tickets. I had a spate of tickets within a 6 month period, and used
> this one to win a moral victory.  My mistake in this case was that a deputy
> DA showed up prior to trial offering deals to those who would partake.  I
> saw his computer listing of me and my ticket while waiting in line to talk
> with him, and felt that the total cost to me, $20, was a large and
> beneficial mistake.  I took it, but much to my chagrin, my auto insurance
> rates were higher for _3_ f__k__g_years_!  I could have beat it, too, if I
> hadn't been so smart to try to capitalize on the obvious mistake in the
> listing, or maybe that was just a trap. Anyway, over the years I've fought
> quite a few and have always "improved" my position compared to simply
> forfeiting.  I vaguely remember a radar ticket I got in Ohio, Cincinnati
> maybe, that I didn't fight but it was before the enlightened insurance
> companies started looking for traffic violations and companies started
> making money reporting traffic offenders.  Try the Nolo book if it's in your
> area and is applicable.
> Good luck.
> Cheers!

What's the name of the book?

Aaron LaPointe
85 4ksq with multiple run-ins with the CHP