New California Rule Means You Don't Have to Pay Your Traffic Ticket Before Fighting It
Before June 8, 2015, some California counties required drivers to pay their traffic tickets before being able to contest them in court.
California Unveils Amnesty Program for Unpaid Tickets
In Chapters 3 (page 25) and 10 (page 204) of Fight Your Ticket & Win in California, we mention reform of some of the rules around failure to appear or pay tickets. In keeping with that
California Law on Challenging and Paying for Traffic Tickets Takes Effect
On September 30, 2015 Governor Jerry Brown signed a law that went into effect immediately and does each of the following:
California Attorney General Warns of Misinformation About Traffic Amnesty Program
California's Attorney General has warned the public about some of the debt collectors who contract with local governments to collect unpaid traffic ticket fines.
Correction to Fight Your Ticket & Win in California on the Setting of Posted Speed Limits
Fight Your Ticket & Win in California contains errors regarding 85th-percentile speeds in relation to the determination of speed limits.