A huge dust storm, like the ones seen in Hollywood movies or the Depression-era
Dust Bowl, recently swept over the Mojave Desert.
High winds and dry conditions combined to create the
sudden disturbance, which completely immobilized traffic on Highway 247. At least fifteen
vehicles, including two big rig trucks, were in a massive pile-up crash
that injured 28 people, several of them seriously.
The crash forced the closure of a 15-mile stretch of the highway.
Federal Traffic Tickets
Despite the storm, hundreds of thousands of visitors still flock to the
Mojave Desert to enjoy the one-of-a-kind scenery, not to mention a few
hours of near-absolute peace and quiet. Many of these people are from
other regions of the state or from outside its borders, so they are unfamiliar
with many of the traffic rules in the area. And
park police enforce these rules very aggressively in Death Valley, the rest of the
Mojave is taken care of by CHP.
A traffic ticket on federal property is a major headache for out-of-town
visitors, because they have to come back for court in Bakersfield. The
clerks care very little about how far the drivers must come, because the
judge only hears traffic tickets a few times a year and everyone is eager
to get these cases over with.
Furthermore, traffic school, probation, and other such resolutions are
essentially unheard of at the
Central Violations Bureau.
Effective counsel addresses all these issues, and more. An attorney who
regularly practices in federal traffic court can normally appear for you
and advocate for you, to help bring about the best possible result with
the least amount of effort on your behalf.
Getting Legal Help
The aggressive attorneys at Bigger & Harman, APC, are committed to
giving individuals a voice when dealing with speeding and traffic tickets.
Call today at 661-349-9300 or email
email@example.com to receive the personal professional attention you deserve. En español,
llame al 661-349-9755.