How to Get Out of a Red Right Camera Ticket

What the Blank Data Fields on Your Automated Traffic Enforcement Notice to Appear Mean to You?

A red light camera ticket is mailed to you on a form (TR-115 see below) generally labeled Notice to Appear –Automated Traffic Enforcement and this form has data fields that are filled in with information like Name, Driver Lic. No., Age, Birth date, Yr. of Veh., Make, Color, Code and Section, etc. Sometimes many of these fields are not filled in and you may wonder why?

Well, some of the fields are mandatory and some are optional or discretionary (like the color of the vehicle pictured). The Judicial Council of California, Notice to Appear and Related Forms available here: Court Info, actually sets forth the mandatory fields which must appear and be filled in appropriately for the Notice to Appear to be considered genuine and valid.

Look to see if certain fields like your age and birth date are filled in or if the body style of your vehicle is filled in, if not, if these fields are left blank, then you might be able to get your ticket dropped on a technicality.- blog submitted by ticketbust.com, helping drivers contest and dismiss their traffic tickets.

Here are a few other ways to get out of a red light camera ticket as well . . .


Contributed by ticketbust.com, helping drivers contest and dismiss their traffic tickets.

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