Pre Trial Motions for Traffic Ticket Trials
This offer now contains 3 separate common Pre Trial written motion templates, called Motions in Limine, for California Traffic Ticket infraction trials.
They can be used in nearly every traffic ticket court trial where an officer is expected to testify about speed, the cause of an accident or the reading of a machine like radar or a light. They are a way to ask the judge for a ruling on the admissibility of some piece of evidence in a Traffic Ticket infraction trial.
These standard Motions "In Limine" were written personally by Attorney Christopher Dort, creator of www.TrafficCourtBlog.com after 14+ years of experience and hundreds of cases.
They are designed to ask the judge to prevent a police officer from: 1) offering unfounded expert opinions; 2) testifying about readings of a machine or odometer without foundational support, 3) to prevent photo evidence that you have not seen, and 4) to exclude a police officer's "notes" from the trial.
They are also designed to create and preserve legal error issues for appeal.
Use the templates as is in any California traffic court trial - just print, sign, and take with you to file with the courtroom clerk at your trial. Or use them as inspiration or a guide to write your own pre trial motions.
Attorney Preparation Available. If you want Attorney Christopher Dort to fill these templates out for your case, use this link to our Fiverr Gig: https://www.fiverr.com/s2/3146ed185c
"These are real, basic pre trial motions I would use in a big time criminal case. Using them is not only a good way to start fighting, it also makes you look good in court." - Attorney Christopher Dort, Creator of www.TrafficCourtBlog.com
Basic questions about using these templates answered via email. Edit these templates as a WORD doc. They can be used with other motions, including Motion to Dismiss under PC 1385. Dont go to court unprepared! Try everything if you have the energy.
More info on how to use Pre Trial Motions to Beat a Traffic Ticket, see our Blog Article on the Subject. http://trafficcourtpros.com/blog/?p=2826
*Thank you! Refund policy: This is a service offer that is not returnable.