Fans of the
Mad Max movies recently gathered in the Mojave Desert for another installment
of the Wasteland Festival.
Event director Jared Butler says that all participants must be in costume
and in character. He adds it’s not unusual for Wastelanders to spend
an entire year preparing their costumes and vehicle modifications. By
day, the intense heat gives the festival an appropriate
post-apocalyptic feel. By night, the activity in the dance pit intensifies, as do jugger matches
between dueling warriors.
Mr. Butler says that the participants will either be ready for the end
of the world or at least look good when it comes about.
Federal Traffic Tickets
Regardless of the kind of vehicles they drive, motorists who venture into
the Mojave Desert, the mountains of Central California, or any other federal
seriously at risk for traffic tickets. Park rangers enforce the rules very aggressively,
not so much because the government needs the money but because at least
according to many, vehicle and foot traffic upsets the delicate ecosystems
in these areas.
Federal traffic tickets are also procedurally different from state tickets.
Federal judges almost never dismiss equipment violation tickets, traffic
school is typically not available, and the federal judges are generally
very unfriendly towards traffic ticket defendants who try to represent themselves. To
make matters worse, all federal tickets in Central California must go
to the federal courthouse in Bakersfield, even if the tickets came from
the far-away Mojave Desert.
Drivers who have attorneys do not need to appear in court, and a lawyer
can often either get the ticket thrown out of court or at least convince
prosecutors to lower the point to avoid a trial.
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
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llame al 661-349-9755.