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Knowing What Not to Include In A Trial By Declaration Statement Is Just as Important For Successfully Fighting Your Traffic Ticket In The Written Form

Knowing What Not to Include In A Trial By Declaration Statement Is Just as Important For Successfully Fighting Your Traffic Ticket In The Written Form -blog submitted by ticketbust.com, helping drivers contest and dismiss their traffic tickets.  

 

A Trial by Written Declaration is one of the best ways to get your ticket dismissed and since the average time a judge spends reviewing a Trial by Declaration is only about 5 – 10 minutes, knowing what to include in a Trial by Declaration statement is crucial for successfully fighting your traffic ticket in the written form. It is however just as important to know what not to include. 

 

A Trial by Declaration statement:

 

  • ·         Should not contain lengthy discussion of irrelevant facts
  • ·         Should not bad mouth the officer
  • ·         Should not contain un-professional language
  • ·         Should not contain information about past violations or violations unrelated to the ticket you are currently fighting
  • ·         Should not be handwritten because you want it to be easily read
  • ·         Should avoid admitting guilt

 

–  blog submitted by ticketbust.com, helping drivers contest and dismiss their traffic tickets. 

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