BeatMyTrafficViolation.com was founded in 1995 by an ex-solicitor general, a group of traffic lawyers & and a former state prosecutor with a goal to provide the public with the tools & knowledge needed to beat their traffic tickets, whether it be a minor moving violation, a speeding ticket or a possible felony DUI.traffic violation lawyers

This website was one of the first traffic citation web sites on the Internet, and over the years, has become one of the most renown on the Internet to fight moving violations.

Featured on over 200 talk radio shows, local television programs & web casts, our Solicitor General Backed PROVEN defense strategy has gained national recognition and won several awards by prominent traffic law advocates worldwide.

A little history about us

The owner of this site, an ex-Solicitor General of over 40 years, was inspired to create a reliable formula to beat traffic violations legally when he himself was issued an Aggravated Speeding Ticket in 1994. Of course, his colleagues expected him to pay it without question, as the system, at the time, was highly bureaucratic and was set up to only to generate revenue for the benefit of the city; and state prosecutors rarely ever dealt with people going to trial over a speeding ticket. These days it’s more common for people to fight speeding tickets because civilians know now that they can request a trial and get their case dismissed with new defense laws in place.

He submitted a formal request for a trial which came as a surprise to every one, then presented his case in traffic court using psychological manipulation tactics he drew up based off of his in-depth knowledge of the traffic court system. He ended up tongue-tying the prosecution & embarrassing the officer. THE CASE WAS IMMEDIATELY DISMISSED.

At the time, the odds of beating the speeding ticket were about 10;1 given the officer’s particular account of what had unfolded.


Legal Leverage Over The Years

Things are a little different today than what they were back in 1994…. Over the past 10 years, public outcry has prompted the government to implement New Traffic Violation Defense laws for the sole purpose of empowering the defense in court. This came as a direct result of long-time complaints from rights groups claiming that defendants were treated unfairly & bureaucratically during trial as most Judges most often took the officer’s word over the defendants.

Unfortunately, most of the laws that are now in the books set up “through Constitutional amendments” that are designed to benefit those who choose to fight their tickets are well-known to prosecutors & the judge, but not to the defendant. And judges & prosecutors never inform the defendant of these laws; however, they will acknowledge them if brought up in court. These traffic defense laws are embedded deep inside law books and are only a paragraph or two in length, and as a result, are unknown to the average ticket holder.

To resolve this issue, our staff worked together and documented the strategies & specific traffic defense laws necessary to win nearly any citation in court.

Packed with crucial reference material & legal tactics to present at your trial or hearing, our featured eBook will provide you with an arsenal of resources, that will enable you to present a powerful methodical breakdown & hypothetical victimized re-presentation of the complaint in court; which in most cases, will end up confusing the officer, the judge and the prosecutor, leading to complete exoneration and your case dismissed.

There is no other traffic citation defense strategy like ours on the web, GUARANTEED.

Our staff of twelve are dedicated to assisting people beat their speeding tickets by using a patented psychological manipulative defense strategy that when applied in a court of law, creates general legal uncertainty and opens the door to possible “what-if” scenarios & hypothetical views that will leave the judge & the prosecutor both speechless, embarrassed and portrayed as aggressors

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How can this be? As in all trials & hearings, there has to be PROOF beyond a reasonable doubt.

Our Strategies

There are many web sites claiming to offer their so-called “PROVEN-TRAFFIC-CITATION” defense strategy to beat traffic tickets. Unfortunately, if you dig deep enough into each company, you’ll find that most of them have never even fought a ticket in court, nor have a TRULY PROVEN DEFENSE STRATEGY, and are selling repackaged knock-off traffic citation defense e-products that they copied from another source.

The difference between our Traffic Court Defense Strategy and other similar products on the web, is the fact that actual current & former state appointed court employees came together and contributed to the content of the eBook to ensure that any one who slapped with a speeding ticket or any other traffic violation will have the knowledge needed to fight & win any citation in a court of law within the United States.

For years, the traffic court system has had their way, targeting law-abiding, tax-paying citizens driving back to their residence or coming back from doing their errands.

Court records show that OVER 98% of people blindly pay their fines thinking they have no chance of beating their ticket in court. State & federal officials are very confident that nearly all tickets issued will be paid, and are counting on you to give in and pay the fine.


Insurance companies & law enforcement officials have worked tirelessly to create a system that leaves citizens at risk not only for fines, but insurance rate increases and loss of driving privileges. Those who accept guilt and pay their fines are simply funding their operation. traffic violations law

Insurance Companies are laughing all the way to the bank with their RADAR GUN DONATION PROGRAM. Don’t let them put your hard earned money in their pockets only to be used to issue big fat bonuses & increased salaries.

This only encourages them to target more citizens.

We’re here to give people a fighting chance to truly when in court, and to embarrass the prosecution and the police officer to make it appear that they are the aggressors, forcing the judge to think twice before asking you to pay the fine. More information on this website

Congratulations to CSL Moot Court Honor Board Members Erin Wilson and Taylor Norman!

Congratulations to CSL Moot Court Honor Board members Erin Wilson and Taylor Norman, who advanced to the quarterfinals at this weekend’s Burton D. Wechsler First Amendment Moot Court Competition at American University Washington College of Law in Washington, DC.

The CSL team advanced twice and placed in the top 8 of 27 competitors. Facing teams from the law schools at Florida State University, South Texas, Cleveland-Marshall, and SMU Dedmon, Judges commented that the CSL students’ command of the case law was “spectacular.” Wilson and Taylor were coached by Prof. Ashley London, Moot Court faculty advisor.

Special thanks to all of the faculty members and alumni who helped prepare this team for competition by serving as guest judges for our practice rounds. This advancement marks the second time this semester that CSL Moot Court Honor Board members have advanced at external competitions. We thank everyone for their support of our Moot Court program!

Banned Books Week – New Titles Added to the CSL Library Fiction Collection

The first amendment to the Constitution states: “Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press . . .”. Every year there are numerous challenges to books on library shelves and in classrooms with requests to remove materials due to content or appropriateness. This leads to restricted access to the challenged books, which is in direct violation of our first amendment rights.

Thank you to all who participated in our “Which of These Challenged or Banned Books Have You Read?” poll during Banned Books Week (September 27 – October 3). We recorded 44 instances of people having read challenged or banned books out of the top ten list from 2014.

As a result, the Library is purchasing copies of three of the top ten to be added to our fiction collection.

Congratulations to CSL Moot Court Honor Board Members Torian Giles and Amanda Cargile!

The Charlotte School of Law Moot Court Honor Board would like to congratulate Torian Giles and Amanda Cargile for advancing to the octo-finals at the Emory Civil Rights and Liberties Moot Court competition Oct. 9-11 in Atlanta, Ga. Coached by CSL Moot Court alum, Cassidy Estes-Rogers, these ladies knocked it out of the park and made the CSL Moot Court Honor Board proud. A great start to our year!!

Upcoming Paralegal Information Session and Open House

Interested in learning more about the Paralegal Certificate Program? At an open house we will discuss the application process, answer your questions, and introduce you to the program and its components. Persons planning to attend should register in advance for the session due to limited space.

Session: Open House (On-site)
Date: November 17, 2015
Time: 6:00 – 7:00p
Register: Reserve your space
Information session will begin promptly at 6:00 pm. For more information email [email protected] or contact the Office of Continuing Professional Education.

Clinic wins FIVE Successful COR Petitions!

Today, the Clinic made history! Judge Karen Eady-Williams granted FIVE Certificate of Relief (COR) petitions for our clients today at the Mecklenburg County Courthouse! Claire Donnelly, Gatlin Groberg, and Tierra Ragland represented the clients under the supervision of our wonderful supervising attorney, Jason Huber.

Our faithful followers to this blog are probably well aware of the COR project that the Clinic has been working on over the past few years. For those not so familiar, a COR petition is a rehabilitative measure created by the legislature in N.C. Gen. Stat. § 15A-173.2 that allows qualified petitioners “relief” from their past criminal conviction. CORs are particularly helpful in advancing employment and furthering education. After a judge grants a petition, the successful petitioner can present it to prospective employers as proof that they have made amends for their past actions. Because these individuals may previously have been turned away from jobs due to their criminal record, a COR provides many exciting opportunities. Each of our clients today were very deserving and are incredibly grateful for this opportunity.

One of the cases today presented a very complicated issue of law, to which even the Assistant District Attorney remarked that there was “no precedence or guidance for the Court.” The issue regarded whether a Prayer for Judgment Continued (PJC) counted as a disqualifying conviction under the COR statute. Tierra submitted a brief and made a compelling legal argument on behalf of her client explaining why a PJC should not count as a disqualifying conviction. Judge Eady-Williams found the argument very convincing and the COR was granted!

Congrats to the Clinic on the FIVE successful petitions, and the effective advocacy on a matter of first impression!

Societal Impact Fair Huge Sucess

The objective of the Societal Impact Fair was to increase community awareness of the practice-ready programs offered by CharlotteLaw. All 17 clinics, pro bono, and Small Practice Center programs were displayed using poster board sessions. Faculty, staff, students, and clients were on hand to speak to members of local nonprofits, business and community leaders, as well as Charlotte citizens about the programs. The fair brought in over 80 external constituents to the school as well as a local news station. The newest clinic, Homeless Prevention, was a hot topic among the media as seen in the below news clip. President Chidi Ogene commented that the event was a huge success and can be a springboard to more events that invite the community inside the walls of the school to spark conversation, collaboration, and mission integration. Video and written testimonials of clients who have benefited from the clinics were collected to be utilized in further branding campaigns.

Reminder: NASCAR Negotiation Competition in North Carolina

NASCAR and Charlotte School of Law are proud to co-host the inaugural NASCAR Negotiation Competition in North Carolina (“NC3”) from November 13 – 15, 2015 in Charlotte, NC.

Students from regional law schools will be invited to participate in this first-of-its-kind legal negotiation competition. The competition will focus on legal and business issues which arise frequently in NASCAR and motorsports generally. Some of most experienced and respected motorsports attorneys in America will serve as the competition judges, and there will be networking opportunities available to participating students, including a NASCAR reception on the evening of the 13th.

NASCAR and Charlotte School of law are excited to present this practice-based experience for law students. To our knowledge, this marks the first time that a law school and a professional sports governing body have partnered to present such a competition. We hope you will join us this November.