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19.7. Except as otherwise provided by law, all provisions of law relating to misdemeanors shall apply to infractions including, but not limited to, powers of peace officers, jurisdiction of courts, periods for commencing action and for bringing a case to trial and burden of proof.

Well, what does this mean? It means that your infraction (public offenses  and all California speeding tickets, traffic tickets, cell phone tickets, red light tickets, commuter lane tickets, stop sign tickets, red light camera tickets, and seat belt tickets) are all suppose to be treated, prosecuted, and handled like Misdemeanors.

So even though the court, in its infinite wisdom, in the past, changed the law and got rid of the ‘inferior’ court called the Municipal Court, or even before that, the Traffic Court, trying to make their life easier, they were not successful.

Under this code, it means that all (I’m being selective now for what is important to us) jurisdiction of courts, periods for commencing action and for bringing a case to trial and burden of proof.

If you listen to some of our court audio’s, you will hear the commissioners saying that your speeding and traffic tickets are infractions, and that you do not get a ‘verified complaint’ or other charging instrument that we ask for.  The same goes for time frames and filings, and most importantly, the burden of proof.

Well, just keep this ace in the hole for when we need it. Remember, the commissioners have not read the code(s) in a long time, and are used to the flow of sheep to the slaughter so they have not had to bone up for research most of the codes we use in our ‘recipe’ for success.

Out of all this, just know that when you need it, it is there. We can force the courts to use it’s own laws to hold them accountable for proper procedure and to protect our due process rights. Just because the laws were changed to ‘simplify’ the system for the courts (actually-now- it is simplified for their money collection scheme and that they do not have to treat it like a misdemeanor, which would give you more rights, trial by jury, public defender) so that now they do not have to spend as much money prosecuting you for the tax fine, by the way, they call ‘bail’.

Again, I personally have used this on several California speeding tickets and traffic tickets, namely cell phone tickets, commuter lane tickets, red light tickets, red light camera tickets and seat belt tickets to tie them up and use their own rules of court against them. Remember  It  works for all California infractions,  to have them treated for our purposes, to hold them to the Misdemeanor laws and rules of court!

I have included the video below, so you can hear the reading of the code itself.

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The following article was taken from the MercuryNews.com and we want to insure that if you get a RED LIGHT TICKET you know how to fight and beat it.

By Gary Richards
grichards@mercurynews.com

Q I often have a problem getting stuck at red lights with my motorcycle, especially at left-turn-only lights. My motorcycle weighs approximately 437 pounds, but it is apparently not heavy enough to trigger many lights to change from red to green. What do you suggest I do? Run the red light when traffic clears the intersection and risk getting a ticket? Pull back into the through lanes and risk getting into an accident? Or should I wait until the cows jump over the moon?

Rob Collins

A The cow option wins. The answer to this is simple, said Bruce-the-Ex-Traffic-Cop: “Do not go through the red light. If anything should happen, the motorcycle rider is messed up for life. I would wait for the through green light, make a safe lane change and go through the intersection and then make some turns to get to where I’m going. Yes, some smart reader might respond that this, too, is illegal (you can’t really pull out of a left turn lane after you enter it), but the chances of getting into an accident by changing lanes is less than going through the red and completing the left turn. The only legal answer is to dismount and walk your motorcycle out of the intersection, but everyone, even Mrs. Roadshow, will boo that answer. Ask motorcycle riders what they do. Every rider has encountered this problem and I would like to see some of their answers.”

Other motorcycle cops say they wait for a larger vehicle to come up from behind to trip the light. And others say they seldom have this problem at intersections with overhead camera sensors. Wire loops in the streets often don’t trip because there is not enough metal mass in the motorcycle to trip the circuit.

The above scenario is the safest, and I always look to the legal section of the articles. What happens if there is an accident, who is at fault? I personally have had this happen to me when my motorcycle did not set off the red light sensor and I had to wait several light turns and still no red light change for me to get the heck out of there. I normally make the illegal left turn thru the red light to move on (when safe of course).

Q I have a new economical Smart car that weighs less than 1,800 pounds and a lot of it is not steel. I have found that it does not trigger the traffic signals a lot of the time and on lightly traveled streets and at odd hours, I find myself sitting through several changes of the light, with me at a red. Eventually, I proceed through the light when there is no traffic or any possibility of me causing an accident. At what buy online propecia point may I legally proceed through the red light (carefully, of course)?

Frank King Morgan Hill

A You can’t. Other Smart car owners report the same problem. Call the city where this occurs, and see if the problem gets fixed.

See, it’s not just the motorcycles that have problems with the red light sensors or from people getting red light tickets for moving violations. It’s amazing that cars don’t always set off the sensors with the weight and metal mass, but if you turn left you will get a red light ticket and if you pull out to the lane on the right to go straight, you still violate the law and will get a red light ticket. Both are red light ticket moving violations that will add points to your driving record, incur large fines, and your insurance will go up. If you want to learn to fight and beat your red light ticket, go to www.fightandbeatredlightticket.com.

Q What is the best way to remove old registration stickers from my license plates? I have tried peeling, scraping, hitting, scratching — but ended up removing fluorescent paint all around it. How have you done it on your good old van?

John Kurian Milpitas

A I’m a bad boy. I just slapped the new stickers on top of the old ones, which is what everyone says not to do, as they can easily be peeled off and stolen. I bet readers have some good ideas.

I’ve had stickers removed from my license plate and got pulled over several times. Had to go to DMV for replacement stickers, too way too much time and money, time off work, etc. I’m just glad I did not get a fix it ticket or registration violation ticket before I got it fixed. If you want to learn to fight and beat your fix it ticket, go to www.caticketbusters.com

I constantly read Gary’s articles in his blog as he is always straight forward and normally on the spot with his data and opinions!.

Ronald Cupp PhD

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