Persuasive Essay On Speeding

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It’s a pretty frightening statistic that about a quarter of speeding tickets in the US are issued in error. If you’ve ever been slapped with one of these fines, then, you may be wondering how many of them you could have actually dodged in the past. Shadowing, cosine angle faults and RFI interference are all common errors when it comes to traffic cops issuing speeding tickets. Whatever the problem was, the most important thing to you is probably how you can get off the violation! Here’s a brief guide to fighting your next speeding ticket. My first piece of advice is to get into the habit of preparing to fight a ticket. If you’re going to have any hope of fighting your speeding ticket, then, you need to know as much about the incident as any cop. If you’ve been driving for a few years, then, it can be pretty easy to let your thoughts wander from the here and now. If and when you get stopped, you need to be very aware of everything that happens before, during, and after you’re pulled over. Start developing some habits to …show more content…

Ensure you’re dressed fairly well, too. You probably won’t need to wear a suit. It’s only traffic court, and you may risk looking over-dressed or silly. A nice shirt and chinos is usually totally adequate. Still, if you want a firm guide, visit the traffic court before you’re due and see what everyone’s wearing. As mentioned before, pleading not guilty is generally your best shot at getting let off the ticket. However, depending on your circumstances, a plea of “nolo contendre” (literally “I do not wish to contend”) could be a better choice. This is where you accept the conviction without making a formal admission of your guilt. In many traffic courts, this kind of plea can get you off almost immediately, and cause your ticket to fade away into the court’s logs. Still, make sure you do your research and talk to a lawyer who’s familiar with the traffic

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