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When a person receives a traffic citation for an infraction, he or she may choose to fight it one of two ways: either by an in-court trial or a trial by declaration. A trial by declaration means the defendant can write and mail in a statement to fight his or her citation, rather than appearing in court in person. The steps involved in a trial by declaration are typically as follows:
Fighting a traffic ticket is not always as easy as it seems. If the citing officer has evidence against you and/or prepares a strong written statement, you may not win your trial by declaration. Your statement and supporting evidence should therefore be clear, concise and well written. An experienced traffic attorney can help you by preparing the trial by declaration for you.
A traffic attorney can explain your rights if you are given a traffic citation and will help you file a request for a trial by declaration. There are certain time limits on filing for this, and traffic lawyers are well versed in these restrictions. An experienced traffic attorney can help you gather evidence and will write your trial by declaration for you, based on your explanation of the situation. Having a lawyer's help in this gives you the best chance at winning your case and having your citation dropped.
Attorney Search Network will assist you in finding a traffic lawyer that will help you in your trial by declaration case. Call us if you have any questions about traffic ticket appeals and trials by declaration.
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