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How Can I Prove I Didn’t Violate the FMCSA Hours of Service (HOS) Rules?
How Can I Prove I Didn’t Violate the FMCSA Hours of Service (HOS) Rules?

Many people fail to realize with any traffic violation that it is the state who must prove you did what they accused you of, not that you must prove you didn’t. Some people think that because it is a traffic violation, the rules are different. California applies the same ...

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  • How Can I Prove I Didn’t Violate the FMCSA Hours of Service (HOS) Rules?

    Many people fail to realize with any traffic violation that it is the state who must prove you did what they accused you of, not that you must prove you didn’t. Some people think that because it is a ...

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  • What Can I Do About This Commercial Speeding Ticket?

    One thing a CDL holder must do with a commercial speeding ticket is to challenge it in court with a traffic attorney. Some drivers believe they can go into court without representation, explain their ...

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  • Should I Fight this HazMat Violation from Kern County?

    If you ask any driver that’s been behind the wheel of one of these big rigs for more than a year, they’ll quite likely tell you to challenge it. No matter how much the fine or how many points it is, ...

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  • Is Paying a Traffic Attorney Better Than Paying a Court?

    Most people do not believe it is a choice between paying a traffic attorney or paying the court, they worry that they won’t win, and thus, they will pay both. If You Pay the Ticket Without Challenging ...

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  • How to Handle a 100+ Speeding Ticket in Kern County

    How you handle a 100+ speeding ticket begins when you are pulled over by the law enforcement officer (LEO). You Don’t Have to Be Polite, but It Won’t Cost You Anything It could help to make your stop ...

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    Suppose the law enforcement officer (LEO) gave you two traffic tickets for one stop, one for speeding and another for reckless driving based solely on your driving a vehicle more than 25 mph over the ...

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