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Carla – Atlanta, Georgia
"INCREDIBLY AWESOME!!! is how I would describe the Ticket Slayer Common Law Traffic Ticket Default Process. I just served and filed your legal documents and my case was dismissed when I went to traffic court."
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Riverside, California —
Traffic Court Judge puts it on record!
A California Superior Court judge dismisses the traffic case of a Ticket Slayer customer on the written court record, stating; "Court finds good cause exists to dismiss case due to lack of prosecution." The dismissal of this case was the direct result of the default of the prosecutor.
No Prosecutor or A Cop Acts as Prosecutor in Traffic Court
The ‘Civil’ Traffic Ticket “It ain’t no crime”
...at least that is what the state claims!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the legal documents in your packet, and what do they do?
The Ticket Slayer Common Law Default Package contains: (1) Affidavit, (2) Notice of Default, (3) Final Notice of Default, (4) Motions to Dismiss, (5) Writ of Praecipe, (6) Writ of Mandamus, and (7) Acceptance of Constitutions and Oath of Office.
  The Affidavit states the defendant's lawful counter claims to which the people must rebut, or be in default.
Notice of Default and Final Notice of Default:
  The two notices of default legally establish the default in court record upon the people's failure to timely rebut the defendant's claims in the defendant's affidavit.
Motions to Dismiss:
  The Motions to Dismiss provide the court with the defendant' lawful grounds for dismissal of the case, and moves the court to dismiss.
Writ of Praecipe and Writ of Mandamus:
  A writ is a common law legal demand presented to a court by a sovereign man or woman petitioning a court to order a public servant[s] to perform a specified act, or acts in strict accordance with the officeholder's ministerial duty as mandated by the law, and the Constitution. Common law writs require judges to act strictly in their ministerial capacity and legally bars judges from exercising any manner of judicial discretion.
  The Writ of Praecipe in this instance is used to instruct the clerk of the court to enter a default judgment in favor of the defendant into the court record, and to dismiss the case. Upon the failure of the court clerk to abide by the Writ of Praecipe, the defendant will then submit a Writ of Mandamus to the court.
  The Writ of Mandamus in this instance demands that the defendant's servant, the judge in the case, abide strictly in accordance with their ministerial duty by ordering the court clerk to honor the Writ of Praecipe, or for the judge to dismiss the case according to his or her own ministerial duty.
The Acceptance of Constitutions and Oath of Office:
  The Acceptance of Constitution and Oath of Office holds a judge to his or her oath of office, and thereby applies even greater pressure upon a judge to follow the law, and not to act through judicial discretion.
I was told that there is no prosecutor in my case. Who then should I to serve the documents upon? ...and how can the common law default work with no prosecutor?
The legal rationale of states, and or courts claiming that there is no legal requirement requiring the presence of a prosecutor in court to lawfully try a traffic case is based chiefly upon the lawful right of a prosecutor to exercise his or her discretion in deciding what cases to prosecute. Also, upon the right of a judge to engage the defendant, and the witness[es] in a limited scope of questioning intended to expose the truth in the case.
It is a well establish fact of law that; (a) the people, or the state are legal fictions, and (b) all legal fictions must be represented by legal counsel in courts of law.
In that the law; (1) requires the legal claims of the people, a legal fiction, to be represented by legal counsel in a court of law, (2) there must be a real flesh and blood man or woman charged by law to represent the legal claim of the people in court, and (3) a prosecutor is legally and lawfully assigned to a court case until such time the prosecutor gives the defendant lawful notice, that he or she has withdrawn from the case.
The above well supports the proper legal bases on which to serve your duly elected, or appointed prosecutor the default documents, although the court may claim that they aren't required to have a prosecutor present in traffic cases.
The common law default works when courts claim they don't need a prosecutor to prosecute traffic cases, because in reality, or in truth, there is a prosecutor. Lawfully there must be a prosecutor in all court trials.
Can the cop be the prosecutor?
This question evokes one of those, "it all depends answers." A California Appeals Court opinioned in the traffic case of the People v. Marcroft (1992) 6 Cal.App.4th Supp. 1, 8 Cal.Rptr.2d 544 states; "Whether or not the People provide a prosecuting attorney, the citing officer who testifies as to the circumstances of the citation is a witness, no more, no less."
Some states have laws or court decisions that allow the citing officer to be the prosecutor. New York is one such state. However, in NY a police officer must have written permission from the state attorney to prosecute a traffic case.
Should I serve the cop if the cop is acting as the prosecutor in my case?
Yes. You should serve the cop the common law default documents when it is known that the cop is, or will be acting as the prosecutor in your case, and he or she has been granted authority to prosecute traffic cases by law or court decision in your state.
What should I do if I don't know who the prosecutor is in my case?
Call the court clerk for the court your case is assigned to and ask the clerk what office (District Attorney, State Attorney, Commonwealth Attorney, County Attorney, City Attorney, the citing officer, etc.) is prosecuting my traffic ticket?
If the court clerk says that there is no prosecutor, or no prosecutor is required for traffic cases, then it is safe to assume that you would serve the local prosecutor that prosecutes crimes in general for your county.
What should I do if I do not have at least 21 days time to serve and file my common law documents before my schedule trial date?
Call the court clerk for the court your case and ask how you can obtain a postponement in your case.
For the most part traffic courts grant the court clerk permission to provide a traffic case defendants a one time 30 day (sometimes more) postponement of their case. Much less frequently, some courts require that the defendant write, or come to court to ask the judge for a postponement.
Will the common law default work in the State of Texas where traffic tickets are classified as misdemeanors?
Yes. The common law default has proven itself to work very well in the State of Texas.
Regardless of whether an alleged traffic offense is classified as a crime or a misdemeanor, all court procedures are civil in nature. Therefore the common law default is very applicable.
Will the common law default work in states where traffic cases are decided in administrative hearings instead of judicial courts?
Yes. The common law default is equally applicable to administrative and judicial procedures.
The court is demanding that I first pay the fine, bail, or some other type of payment to the court before it will grant me a trial. Can the court lawfully do this?
No court can lawfully demand that a defendant first pay a fine, bail or some type of payment in order receive his or her right to due process of law, or a trial.
Anytime the government, or the court can charge you, tax you, or fine you for something you have a right to do, then that right is no longer a right, but a mere privilege.
If I use the common law default, will I still have to go to court?
Most likely. Most courts require traffic case defendants to appear at an arraignment to enter a plea, and then again at the time of trial.
Although the common law default lawfully nullifies the people's claim against the defendant, and the default is part of the court record, very rarely will judges dismiss the case until the time that the defendant appears at trial.
What are the prices of the Common Law Default, and the Right Light Camera Document packages?
Common Law Default Document Package ........................................................... $79
Red Light Camera Document Package ................................................................. $99
Common Law Default +Plus Red Light Camera Document Packages ................... $139
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