Shasta County Traffic Tickets

Shasta County is home to the world’s largest sundial, the Sundial Bridge, which has come to be known as the most costly and inaccurate time piece on earth. The $23 million sundial only gives an accurate reading on June 21st between 11am and 3pm. Don’t let a traffic citation in Shasta County be like the Sundial Bridge. Instead, contact Ticket Dismissers and let us help you fight your ticket today. With GetDismissed by your side, we will help to lower fines and avoid points against your license which can save you thousands of dollars over the next three years.

Shasta Ticket Help

So you got a traffic ticket in Shasta County. Welcome to the club. You probably don’t know it, but your ticket is just one of over 5,000,000 tickets written every year in California. And, of that huge number, only a small percentage will ever be contested.

Sure, you’re angry at the officer for pulling you over and you’re annoyed at yourself for doing whatever it is the officer pulled you over for in the first place. And, of course, you’re plenty mad about all of the time and money this ticket is going to cost you. But the real question is what are you going to do about it?

Well, here at Ticket Dismissers we fight your ticket for you saving you time and money by not missing a day of work or school. Our experienced attorneys not only appear on your behalf but they fight your ticket for you in hopes of getting the ticket dismissed saving you tons of money by not having to pay the ticket fine and not receiving a point on your driving record, meaning your insurance rates won't increase. If we are not successful in getting the ticket dismissed there is a very good chance where we will be able to get you no points where you'd still pay the ticket fine, but you won't have your insurance rates increase which increases on average 20-30% for the next 39 months with just one point. With a 94% success we are the leading traffic ticket law firm in California.

Common Shasta Traffic Tickets

Speeding Tickets

The lights are flashing, the siren is blaring and you just handed the traffic officer your license, registration and proof of insurance. All because you were driving over the speed limit. Again! It doesn’t feel great does it? Don’t despair though, getting caught is always a wakeup call but the good news is that fighting a speeding ticket is not too difficult under the right circumstances.

Red Light Tickets

Fighting a red light ticket may be easier than you’d ever think! But first, you’ll want to make double sure that all of the information reflected on the ticket is actually accurate. Unfortunately, with the rise of fraud and identity theft, there have been some cases of con-artists mailing out falsified tickets. Check your name, address and vehicle information closely for anything that seems missing or incorrect. Once you’re sure it is a legitimate document, you can begin to examine various forms of defense and move forward with contesting a red light ticket.

Cell Phone Tickets

We all know the feeling. You’re multi-tasking your way through a busy morning and you quickly use your cell phone while you’re behind the wheel of a car. Suddenly highway patrol magically appears out of nowhere, pulls you over and slaps you with a cell phone ticket. As you watch them drive away it’s easy to give in to the despair and just pay up. However, fighting a cell phone ticket is actually a little simpler than you may think, especially if you’ve done a few key things correctly.

Shasta Traffic Court

Shasta County Superior Court, Main Courthouse – 1500 Court Street, Redding, CA 96001

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