The Infamous and Notorious Tipmra: Welcome
The Tipmra is Trial by Ambush. You challenge the evidence by making essential to the prosecution something they should have, but can not produce in court at your trial. You catch the prosecution unprepared. Unethical yes, illegal NO, but fatal to the prosecutions case against you.
You can read from your notes in court. You can read the questions and the motions. You do not have to memorize anything. Your notes in court are protected as "Work Product". The prosecution may not ask to see your notes and if they do, tell them to go to a hot place down under reserved for lawyers and Politicians.
This is the new format for the Tipmra. It is very large and informative with hundreds of links. All links may not work correctly on all browsers. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any problems you come across or suggestions that you may have. Remember the Tipmra is always evolving, it does not stand still, it is not static like the other sites selling bogus speeding ticket information. Your involvement is important.
Not all States have case laws and in some States new case laws appear. Sometimes people like you find case laws that I did not find. Please share these. No site on the web has more information and none takes the time and effort to follow in up order to fine tune what works and discard what does not. It is up to you to make this site work for you.
Since every case and situation is different it is not possible to make a defense where one size fits all. You should use the information provided here and put together a defense that you believe will work for you and your situation.
Before your trial check the IMPORTANT UPDATES at the main web site. You can always come back to here by going to the home page at http://tipmra.com and scrolling down until you find a button that says Free Members Log In.
Congratulations you have made the choice to fight that ticket and win.
First some information on these pages:
If you click on a link that may send you to the main tipmra web site for that more information. Just click the "Previous Page" tab at the top to return the last page you were on. It acts like a back button.
To print the page you are on click on PRINT COLOR or PRINT B&W at the top of each page. Clicking on the print link will open a smaller browser window and start your printer. The printed page will be text only without the page decoration. The case laws will only print in B&W so that they are presentable. Some Pages are not designed to print and there will be no print option. (any page you print may have been reduced with unnecessary material removed)
Print the files you want, the forms you want and case laws. You will have to put your own defense package together depending on your State, the method used to determine your speed and any other factors that affect your ticket.
The case Law button lists the States. Clicking the State to go to the States Case Laws
The Main case Laws are in the Case Law button under Main Case Laws as a submenu. In several places you will see links to certain case laws. Clicking that link will take you to that case law
In this document you may find links to updates or additional information. these are added as new information comes available
To go back to the previous page click on the button Previous Page at he the top and bottom of each page or use the back button on your browser
Hyperlinks are in capital letters and looks like this HYPERLINK
If something is underlined it is because it is important, not a hyperlink
The "HOME" tab at the top brings you back to this page or the page at the start of The Members Area, your choice.
In the tab Printable Files are files that you may want to print. These are either forms to fill or special files.
Every Defense has as one main feature the CFR defense. This is based on The Code of Federal Regulations. This is the defense sold at ticketkiller.com and some other sites. The version here is greatly improved and more sound and useable. You do not have to use it if you don't want to. It is a good addition nonetheless.
It is advised not to Subpoena material other then material for the CFR defense. It is best to catch them off guard. The CFR defense will also work if you Subpoena nothing.
You can Subpoena for discovery anything you want and a form is provided in the printable files that you can use. It is your responsibility to find out from your local court clerk as to where and to whom to address and send the Subpoena to. Again I recommend to Subpoena nothing except for material concerning the CFR Defense.
The Tipmra Page files are the basics, at the top and bottom are links that say Previous Page and Next Page. Just follow the path to the end by clicking on the Next Page link. (case laws are only printable in B&w)
You don not have to memories anything for court. It is perfectly acceptable to read from your printed documents the questions and motions that you may use.
Good Luck, Now go for it tiger. You have at your fingertips the best defenses known. Trial tested and court proven. The material here is far beyond anything imaginable and available at any other site. No site, No book has as much material as here and None have the strategies that are proven to work consistently.
I assume you have checked the ticket LOOK AT THE TICKET , is the car described is your car, it is the correct color and the ticket is yours. There are no obvious mistakes that make the infraction invalid (misspelling your name or an incorrect address does not invalidate the infraction, the officer will identify you as the person he ticketed.) Review FATAL FLAWS (hint, this is a link, this is what links will look like. this one takes you back to the main Tipmra web site. Remember to click on the Previous Page tab to return here.)
The police officer is also an officer of the court. Be nice to him, do not insult him. Insulting him is like insulting the Judge, remember the Judge and that police officer know each other very well. They are both officers of the court.
Be nice, polite and friendly to the Judge and the prosecutor. They have a job to do, that job is to convict you and impose a fine.
Don’t come to court dressed like a slob. That is an insult to the court.
Stick to the point, ‘The Tipmra’. Do not get sidetracked.
You are charged with a specific speed, say 15 MPH over the speed limit. It is the prosecution’s job to present evidence that in fact you were traveling at that speed. Not some speed, but 15 MPH over the limit. Even if they prove that you were going fast, fast is not what you are charged with.
If you open your mouth, and admit to anything, and I mean anything, the charge against you can be changed. You can and will be found guilty if it came from your own mouth. (hint: this is underlined for empties, it is not a link)
If the ticket is VASCAR where the charge is an Arbitrary number as an average, that average is the specific and the charge.
Innocent until proven Guilty is LEGAL FICTION. Like fiction, don’t believe it. You are in court because you are presumed guilty. The only thing between you and the conviction is the evidence.
Proof required in criminal cases ( tickets ) is “beyond a reasonable doubt” not “beyond all doubt”. The key word is “reasonable”. Unless you challenge the evidence, it will be presumed to be “reasonable”. Some States have lowered the standard to Preponderance of the evidence. The Different Degrees of Proof
The Tipmra Defense is designed to make the evidence against you inadmissible or unreliable:
Do not, repeat, Do not try to prove that you are innocent: This is something that the Judge or prosecutor will try and convince you to do. Do not take the stand under any circumstances. Once you do, the prosecutor will get a go at you. He is trained, you are not. He will cunningly get you to say something that will either undermine your case or have you admitting that it is possible, though unlikely that you were going over the speed limit. The second you say something like that , you have lost.
The only reason for the trial is to hear the evidence and convict you: Make the evidence inadmissible or show reasonable doubt and you will win.