Case Dismissed: How To Beat Your Speeding Ticket

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Score: 8.8/10 (16 votes)

Case Dismissed: How To Beat Your Speeding Ticket is a 55 page e-book that reveals legal and proven way to beating your speeding ticket. To effectively use Jeff Mulligan’s guide you don’t need any legal training, memorizing things, witnesses or pictures. All you need to do is read the book. Then, you will be able to print out those legal cases that are relevant to your situation and find exact questions that you need to ask in court. Often, it only takes a couple of questions for you to prove that the prosecution’s evidence is without legal foundation (even if you were in fact caught speeding). In the Case Dismissed: How To Beat Your Speeding Ticket you will learn:

  • The 5 most important things you need to look for on your speeding ticket,
  • 8 basic legal rules that will help you in court,
  • The one fatal mistake the prosecution will make, so you’ll be able to get your case dismissed,
  • How to avoid the 7 mistakes that can ruin your case,
  • The unique strategy of ‘Trial by ambush’,
  • The first thing you need to say to the judge,
  • 3 case-dismissing objections that you can use,
  • Trial questions you need to ask if you were caught by a pace car, radar or laser,
  • And more…

In short, Case Dismissed:  How To Beat Your Speeding Ticket is a step-by-step plan that will show you how to win in court and avoid paying fines and surcharges of the speeding ticket.

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REally sneaky
Dave Barret (from Erlanger, usa) posted this review on October 24, 2013

This is packed with info you can use to sneak your way out of a speeding ticket. Will probably work 3 out of 5 times. Lucky I’ve only tried this once and it worked awesome!

These techniques are worth knowing
posted this review on May 10, 2013

I know it’s a bit unfair to be keeping a valuable resource like this to myself, so I’m sharing it with you and with others by leaving this comment. I’ve gotten out of a speeding ticket using the trial by ambush strategy in this guide. There are a lot other tips that I got to use, from the moment I talked to the judge through the whole process, I knew what to say. I am not sure how this will work for other cases, especially for cases worse than mine, but I guarantee this will give you an idea on how the case should go, if you’re new to getting speeding tickets that is. It’s a well-written and easy to follow guide that’s worth investing on if you drive regularly.

This helped me many times
Mark Leroy (from Cockeysville, USA) posted this review on May 4, 2013

This has helped me a number of times. I’m not a disciplined driver, so when I saw this I downloaded it right away. It’s a great guide. I learned a lot of techniques from it that have saved me hundreds of dollars since I learned it 2 years ago. I’ve been using these techniques for a long time, and they seldom fail me.

2 out of 3... good product
posted this review on April 7, 2013

This worked for me 2 out of 3 times, so it’s effective, but it still depends on the situation whether or not it will work. My suggestion is that you just be careful when driving. It’s still not a good idea to go overspeeding all over the place just because you know an easy way out if it.

You'll need this at least one in your life
Gregory Pine (from Sunnyvale, USA) posted this review on March 24, 2013

This may work for some cases, but not for all. I have yet to try it, although I hope I never get to use it. I just got curious and bought the book. I read the methods, and know a bit about traffic laws and stuff and some of the methods here seem to be useful, but of course each case is different and should be treated differently. I’ve also read up a little bit about this on forums and blogs and some other reviews and a lot of people say good things about it. I think this is worth giving a try if you really want to have some sort of weapon in your arsenal for when you accidentally go over your speed limit and get caught. I think you will be able to use this at least one in your life.

This got me out of trouble thrice
posted this review on March 4, 2013

I’ve used this thrice to squirm out of three speeding tickets. My dad’s gonna confiscate the car if I keep on getting speeding tickets so I had to do something. One of my friends back in high school told me about Case Dismissed: How To Beat Your Speeding Ticket. He said it helps him all the time. I gave it a shot, and I was surprised the first time it got me out of a ticket, so I just kept on using it whenever I need to. In half a year it’s already gotten me out of trouble thrice. This is really a lifesaver. I still try my best not to over speed though ,but sometimes you just can’t help it.

It's a really helpful book for me
T.U. (from Harwood, USA) posted this review on November 21, 2012

The objections here as well as the strategies for squeezing out of a ticket are awesome! I’ve used the methods twice, they worked both times. I’m very happy I found this!

Got me out of speeding tickets twice
posted this review on September 5, 2012

I don’t suggest overusing this system as safe driving is still the best, but incases when you make some errors, and need a quick solution, this will work. It got me out of traffic tickets twice, and although I’m not intending to add more to that, I really think that this method is helpful. The techniques detailed in here are great. They’re very doable even for the average driver. I’m not sure how they work for bigger traffic offenses, but for minor ones they’re awesome.

Saved so much money
posted this review on July 31, 2012

I love driving fast, so I knew I needed this book. I bought it and read the methods, and thought they’d work well. The next time I had a problem with a speeding ticket, I used the techniques in this book and I beat it! I saved so much money from that!


A great deal

I was accused of doing 75 in a 50. The prosecutor came by to talk to me before trial. I spoke with her and told her I was prepared and had the pertinent case laws. She immediately asked if I would settle for a non-moving violation, which I did.

Instead of paying a $235 ticket, 4 points on my license, and an increase in the cost of insurance, I ended up paying $30 court cost and a $20 ticket. Total $50-without a fight. I consider it a great deal.

Scott Kelly

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