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The most effective way to fight and beat a traffic ticket is to destroy any claim of jurisdiction by the traffic court in your case. Legally the court must dismiss whenever the court lacks jurisdiction, or loses jurisdiction. How To Fight A Traffic Ticket employs a powerful legal weapon known as the “common law default” to cancel out any claim of jurisdiction in your case by a traffic court.

How To Fight A Traffic Ticket proven common law default process has been used successfully thousands of times in traffic court to beat all kinds of traffic tickets such as speeding tickets, stop light tickets, radar camera tickets, red light camera tickets, no seat belt tickets, and scores of other types of traffic tickets. Our common law traffic default process works in all states as well.

The How To Fight A Traffic Ticket Common Law Traffic Ticket Default Process is the most successful method of getting traffic tickets dismissed in traffic court that we are aware of, with an overall national dismissal of over 90%. Our Traffic Ticket Default Process has saved thousands of people across the land thousands of dollars in traffic fines and added insurance costs.

 

How The Common Law Default Works On Traffic Tickets

  • The common law default holds that any person making a legal claim against another must uphold their claim by timely rebutting the counterclaims of the defendant. If not, they enter into legal default and then lose all legal right to their claim.
  • Under the common law default method, the accused person has a legal right to challenge the People’s claim outside of court using the common law default.
  • These people fail to even respond 99.999% of the time to the legally factual statements.
  • A traffic court judge is legally bound by the law, by his/her ministerial duty, and by his/her Constitutional Oath of Office to dismiss a traffic case when a legal default by the People occurs under the common law.
  • All courts, including traffic courts are either civil or criminal and are governed by either, the Rules of Civil Procedure, or by the Rules of Criminal Procedure. Most states classify traffic offenses as infractions. Infractions are legally termed quasi-crimes and are not punishable by jail time. Quasti–[Latin, Almost as it were; as if; analogous to.] In the legal sense, the term denotes that one subject has certain characteristics in common with another subject but that intrinsic and material differences exist between them.
  • According to the law, what is not criminal is civil. Infractions by legal definition only resemble a crime, but are not actually, then it stands to reason that infractions fall under the non-criminal or civil category of law adjudicated under the Rules of Civil Procedure. The common law default is a civil procedure and the default process found in every state of the union Rules of Civil Procedure is based upon the civil default derived under the common law.
  • The legal workings of the common law default are regulated to whether or not the person making the legal claim lawfully rebuts a lawful counter claim of the person accused. Should the person making the legal claim fail to lawfully rebut the counter claim of the accused, then the legal claim (be it civil or be it criminal) is settled in favor of the defendant by default of the accusing person.
  • The common law came into existence long before written law or a formalized court system existed. No earthly ruler handed the law down to people, or imposed laws upon them from on high. The people decided for themselves what was to be the law.
  • Years ago people who found themselves in a lawful dispute over a matter would often agree to allow an unbiased person to settle the dispute. Ordinarily this person would be a mutually respected village elder, community leader, or spiritual leader. The arbitrator of the dispute would generally base their decision upon the religious and moral teachings of the age and their own common sense.
  • As a rule, the decisions of these judicial arbitrators were very much uniform where the same basic set of circumstances existed. This was due of course to the judicial arbitrators having applied the same set of religious and moral teachings to their decision making process. After countless times of a particular matter of dispute having been decided in the same way by countless judicial arbitrators, people came to commonly accept those decisions as being law. People would often say in regard to commonly accepted judicial decisions — “that’s the law!”
  • The common law is truly the law of the people due to the simple fact that the people themselves agreed in common upon what the law was to be.
  • A formally constructed legal method known as the legal default was developed under the common law as a method to defend, or fight legal claims. The common law default holds that any person making a legal claim against another must uphold their claim by timely rebutting the counterclaims of the defendant. If not, they enter into legal default and then lose all legal right to their claim.
  • In a traffic case the people of the state or the “People” make a legal claim against a person for allegedly violating a traffic law. Under the common law default method, the accused person has a legal right to challenge the People’s claim outside of court using the common law default. The accused person simply serves the representative of the People with a sworn affidavit. This affidavit contains a number of legal claims that disprove the People’s claim[s] against the accused and sets forth a lawful time limit by which the People must rebut the accused signed and sworn affidavit, or the People default in their claim.
  • Because the legal claims stated within the accused’s sworn affidavit are solidly predicated upon truthful facts based in law, the People will fail to legally rebut the accused’s claim[s] and the People’s claim[s] against the accused are legally extinguished by legal default. (The People have failed to even respond 100 percent of the time to the legally factual statements contained within our affidavit.) The common law default is the ‘legal’ equivalent of a one hundred megaton nuclear bomb!

 

A traffic court judge is legally bound by the law, by his or her ministerial duty, and by his or her Constitutional Oath of Office to dismiss a traffic case when a legal default by the People occurs under the common law.

 

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