Traffic Tickets

Driving With Expired Registration in California

Get Caught Driving with Expired Registration in California? If you were driving with expired registration in California, whether intentionally or unintentionally, you are may have been issued a citation by law enforcement for violating Vehicle Code “VC” 4000(a). This is usually not a serious offense and can be remedied quite easily in two simple steps: …

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Driving with a Suspended License | Get Help in Traffic Court

Driving with a suspended license is a charge under California Vehicle Code 14601.1, and is often incorrectly cited by either California Highway Patrol or local police department. Whether you got stopped by a rookie cop, or the officer was being lazy and didn’t clearly evaluate the situation, you may have been unfairly cited and charged with …

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Traffic Court: Get Help in Los Angeles and Orange County

Going to traffic court is kind of like going to the DMV – you usually have to deal with: long lines, misinformation, and the subtle feeling your life is meaningless. As a traffic ticket attorney practicing in Southern California, I’ve extensively handled cases in the Los Angeles County and Orange County courthouses. WTF is Traffic Court? Traffic …

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Driving with Expired Tags

Don’t Let a Driving with Expired Tags Ticket in California Spin Out of Control A citation issued for “driving with expired tags” in California refers to California Vehicle Code VC 5204(a), which prohibits driving a vehicle without registration tabs: “Current month and year tabs shall be attached to the rear license plate…”. The consequences for driving with expired tags in California …

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