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  • How to Request Your MVR and Why You Should
    How to Request Your MVR and Why You Should

    All drivers should request a copy of their motor vehicle driving record (MVR) at least annually. There is no legal requirement to do this, but it would be in your best interest to do so. Mistakes ...

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  • Did You Know Driving Without a License Can Mean a Criminal Record?
    Did You Know Driving Without a License Can Mean a Criminal Record?

    Driving without a license is a misdemeanor crime. According to CA Vehicle Code (CVC) 12500 , Issuance of Licenses, Expiration, and Renewal , a person may not drive a motor vehicle or combination of ...

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  • Are You Guilty of One of California’s Top Three Traffic Violations?
    Are You Guilty of One of California’s Top Three Traffic Violations?

    The three most common traffic violations in California are speeding, running a red light, and following a vehicle too closely or tailgating. In any of these cases, a traffic ticket lawyer is a ...

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  • FTA in Bakersfield: What to Expect
    FTA in Bakersfield: What to Expect

    This does not have to be your story, but if you have a traffic ticket in California and do not pay the fine or otherwise resolve the ticket before the court date, you must appear. Remember the law ...

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  • The Legal Results of Speeding 100+ in the Mojave
    The Legal Results of Speeding 100+ in the Mojave

    When you get cited for a speeding 100+ mph ticket in the Mojave, there are many legal consequences most drivers don’t realize. The cost and inconvenience will start even before your mandatory ...

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  • Red-Light Camera Ticket: Does it Carry More Weight Than an LEO Issued Ticket?
    Red-Light Camera Ticket: Does it Carry More Weight Than an LEO Issued Ticket?

    The question is, does a red-light camera ticket carry more weight than a citation issued by an officer? Yes, it very well could. We will discuss that later in this article. In either instance, you ...

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