CA Traffic Tickets and other Traffic Related Matters

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Course Description

This program was recorded on February 25, 2020

People love their cars and that is especially true of Californian’s. This course will cover the basics of traffic violations, mostly infractions but some misdemeanor violations. This seminar will cover the basics of traffic tickets, whether infractions or misdemeanors, from the first appearance, the consequences, how to fight, and collateral consequences. This seminar will discuss the intricacies of dealing tickets from the court aspect to the DMV and driver’s license issues.



  • Robert Darrohn
    Robert Darrohn is a Trial Attorney with Crowell Law Offices, having earned this position through hard work and proven results. First contracted to help with calendar conflicts, Mr. Darrohn quickly became indispensable when he returned with dismissal after dismissal. Since his employ he has shown nothing but a fighting spirit and natural success, having obtained dozens upon dozens of deals resulting in reduced charges or dismissals. The practice of criminal defense is a calling and Mr. Darrohn knows that this is his calling. This calling has developed through his long-standing commitment to helping others that began long before he became an attorney. After graduating high school he enlisted in the military and served four years in the United States Air Force. At the end of his enlistment and upon graduating from the University of California, Los Angeles he worked as a counselor for at-risk youth in the Los Angeles area. The non-profit residential program provided an alternative to juvenile hall for youth that were currently in the penal system. Although most people only see the crime, Mr. Darrohn sees people that have a right to equal justice and due process. His passion and commitment to a strong work ethic shows through the individual service he provides to each client.

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    1. The ticket
    2. Signed Notice to Appear
    3. Cop pulls you over, you sign promise to appear with court date on ticket
    4. Mailed Notice to Appear
    5. Red light camera ticket
    6. Ticket after traffic collision report
    7. Fail to Appear
    8. Misdemeanor
    9. Infraction
    10. Consequences
    11. Fine
    12. Points
    13. Increased fine for priors
    14. Court driver’s license suspension
    15. Most common
    16. Speeding
    17. Unsafe speed
    18. Exceeding maximum speed
    19. Exceeding 100 MPH
    20. Other
    21. Commercial drivers
    22. Misdemeanors
    23. Suspended driver’s license
    24. Reckless driving
    25. Speed contest
    26. Exhibition of speed
    27. Traffic school
    28. Trial by Written Declaration
    29. Trial de Novo
    30. Trial
    31. Order discovery through agency
    32. OSC
    33. Waive time or not to waive time
    34. Speedy trial rights
    35. DMV actions
    36. Negligent operator
    37. Alcohol related, not DUI
    38. Appeal