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Speeding Ticket Notables


Leonardo DaVinchi

  • Most defendants take the stand themselves and try to explain why it was impossible for them to have been going that fast.
  • If you don't have your questions or notes written down, in court your mind will freeze and go blank -GUARANTEED
  • If you know what to look for, chances are good that you will find it. If you don't know what you are looking for, you may also find it but never recognize it for what it is.
  • If the prosecutor acts like he wants to be helpful he is worried and just wants to help you convict yourself.
  • If you don't ask the question, the court can't assume the answer
  • When you beat the officer in court he will always take it personally. When he reached into your wallet and issued you the ticket did you just smile and say Thank You Officer?
  • You can't beat a ticket that you don't fight unless you hire the Shyster Lawyer to fix the ticket for you.
  • The Shyster generally charges anywhere from $75 to $150 for his service and you will still pay the fine plus court costs. The only thing you accomplished is to have the ticket reduced to a non moving violation where no points are assed.  The real one




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Part of the Tipmra is 'Trial by Ambush'. Officer Parker ambushed you, didn't he? If he would have had a big sign reading "Caution, Officer Parker Speed Trap Ahead", would you have gone speeding through his trap? I am sure you wouldn't. So why shouldn't you do the same to him in court?


Ok you say, but isn't 'Trial by Ambush' an improper trial tactic?  Sure is, if you are an attorney, but even attorneys do it when the need arises. But you are not an attorney, The prosecutor is. Besides he should know what to bring to court, what foundation is required. (I bet he didn't bring it)


Officer Parker is not a Rocket Scientist either, he isn't even very smart, otherwise he wouldn't be a cop now, would he? He is just a donut eater telling his story ( even if it is a lie). The court will believe him because every cop is also a officer of the court. Officers of the court are presumed not to lie. But Officer Parker doesn't expect you to nail him to his motorcycle on cross examination. After all, both he and the prosecutor know that speeding ticket defendants don't know the law, yet alone the Tipmra.


Your name is called and you say "Your Honor, may I approach the bench" First you hand the Judge and prosecutor some case law stating: "your Honor, these are rulings from the high courts as to evidence in a speeding trial". The Judge and prosecutor look at you and the papers you handed them. The prosecutor gives you a dirty look.


Now you sit back and let the trial begin. Officer Parker takes the stand and testifies. As a matter of fact you are not going to challenge anything Officer Parker says. It does not matter what he says, let him do his thing on the stand. You just sit back, relax and let the prosecutor ask the questions and Officer Parker burry himself by answering them.


By the time the prosecutor is done he smiles at you, believing that you are a dead duck prepared for plucking. Now it is your turn to cross examine and ask Officer Parker questions. You pull your notes out from your pocket (all prepared the night before and copied from The Tipmra). You ask the witness (a smiling Officer Parker) to produce something he can't produce and answer questions he can't answer. That something and those questions become essential to the case the moment you ask for it.




His smile disappears as he looks pleadingly to the Prosecutor, then the Judge for help. The prosecutor tries to save the day, he stammers out something, but you are prepared. He asks the Judge for time, another trial date. But you are prepared. You state. "Your Honor, the trial is today, now, The prosecution has introduced it's evidence, the evidence lacks proper foundation. If the prosecution was not prepared for trial, the Prosecutor should have informed the court of that fact before trial." You read this from your notes. You guessed it, Motion denied, the trial will move ahead.


Officer Parker is now ash white, he does not know what to say, He looks like a deer caught in your headlights. Now the smile (actually the shit eating grin) is on your face as you tap your foot waiting for the paperwork or answers Officer Parker does not have.


At this point generally, the Prosecutor will save his and Officer Parkers ass, deny you any more fun, and save the Court's time. He will grudgingly ask the Judge for dismissal. The Judge will grant it. "Case Dismissed" With The Tipmra you come prepared, prepared for all eventualities. Prepared even if the trial continued or if Officer Parker came prepared.


Your notes cover every possibility with ambush after ambush. No matter what Officer Parker comes up with, you have another killer question. From the moment you asked your first question it is straight down hill for Officer Parker. (serves him right for issuing you a ticket)


You have pre-prepared motions and questions available for you to read straight from your sheets. Bottom line, you don't have to be able to think on your feet like a Lawyer. You have additional copies of Supreme court decisions and case laws covering your every position.  Only on a rare occasion will the Prosecutor let it go to the point of a verdict by the judge. He knows the verdict will be, Not Guilty,


The Prosecutor throws in his towel early, admits defeat. He has several dozen unprepared and unknowledgeable victims waiting their turn behind you. Why waste valuable time on you, a miserable Tipmra defendant like you with a case he knows that's lost. You won't have to ask for dismissal, the prosecutor will.  It's time for the Prosecutor and Officer Parker to move on and convict the unprepared ones waiting their turn to be found guilty.


 As you leave the court room you can hear Officer Parker mumble under his breath "I'm gona get dat boy some day".


The Tipmra is a Strategy, not just one question


The Tipmra is not one question. It is a full strategy backed by case law and supreme court decisions and the rules of evidence. It is set up in such a way that you, a non lawyer like me can use it and win every time. Every possible situation is covered with what to do next questions and motions. One thing is certain, the heart, the essence on which The Tipmra is based, has been tested in the Highest Courts in every State and Province in Canada and the USA. It has been argued against by the best lawyers in the country and without exception these courts have found the tipmra Questions essential, but only if you bring it up and ask. Otherwise it is not essential as to "prima fascia" evidence presented by the prosecution for your conviction to stand. If you do not know the law, how to bring up motions, what questions to ask or you do not use these tools in your defense, then will most likely loose.


There is nothing within the Tipmra that you can no find on your own. There are no insider secrets. There is no benevolent fraternity of retired traffic cops to hold your hand. There is no philanthropic society of Quakers waiting in the stands to pay your fine for you should you loose. There is no single GOT-YA that is a sure fire winner.


What is there is the trial tested and court proven winning strategy that has been refined by the actual experience of thousands of defendants.







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