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Am a PAG, and have found the laws they are using to steal your estate, and file liens against the family......will send you that next
the first TR-205 I actually had someone use, and his case was closed immemorially (case number is on there), the last TR 205, i just finished. you just need to ad your personal info. TR 235 the cop has to fill out, staple that to the back of TR 205. make several copies and carry two with you. when you give one to the cop, he will see you have more so pointless to throw away.
This one should work every single time as a simple way out of an illegal ticket. Can make it much better, make them shit their pants. for now you can print it and carry as a i.d.........usually when a cop has to answer a TR 205, they dont and the case is dismissed.
In this situation, the case was closed. compare the two when you read.............anyway, the Trial by written declaration is done after you get the ticket, but since you dont want to go visit the Gray Bar Hotel, and then have to fight th kangaroo court, then this is a perfect preemptive remedy.
In court once you submit form TR-205 (along with the amount of bail), the police officer/agent has to file form TR 235. if you look at the form, you will see that there are several things he would have to make up, and there is suppose to be a case preexisting.
40901. (a) A court, pursuant to this section, may by rule provide
for the trial of any alleged infraction involving a violation of this
code or any local ordinance adopted pursuant to this code.
(b) The rules governing the trials may provide for testimony and
other relevant evidence to be introduced in the form of a notice to
appear issued pursuant to Section 40500 and, notwithstanding Division
10 (commencing with Section 1200) of the Evidence Code, a business
record or receipt.
(c) Prior to the entry of a waiver of constitutional right
pursuant to any rules adopted under this section, the court shall
inform the defendant in writing of the nature of the proceedings and
of his or her right to confront and cross-examine witnesses, to
subpoena witnesses on his or her behalf, and to hire counsel at his
or her own expense. The court shall ascertain that the defendant
knowingly and voluntarily waives his or her right to be confronted by
the witnesses against him or her, to subpoena witnesses in his or
her behalf, and to hire counsel on his or her behalf before
(d) In any jurisdiction with a non-English speaking population
exceeding 5 percent of the total population of the jurisdiction in
any one language, a written explanation of the procedures and rights
under this section shall be available in that language.
(e) Except as set forth above, nothing contained herein shall be
interpreted to permit the submission of evidence other than in
accordance with the law, nor to prevent courts from adopting other
rules to provide for trials in accordance with the law.
40902. (a) (1) The court , pursuant to this section, shall, by
rule, provide that the defendant may elect to have a trial by written
declaration upon any alleged infraction, as charged by the citing
officer, involving a violation of this code or any local ordinance
adopted pursuant to this code, other than an infraction cited
pursuant to Article 2 (commencing with Section 23152) of Chapter 12
of Division 11.
(2) The Judicial Council may adopt rules and forms governing
trials by declaration in accordance with this section. Any rule or
form adopted by the Judicial Council pursuant to this paragraph shall
supersede any local rule of a court adopted pursuant to paragraph
(b) If the defendant elects to have a trial by written
declaration, the defendant shall, at the time of submitting that
declaration, submit bail in the amount established in the uniform
traffic penalty schedule pursuant to Section 40310. If the defendant
is found not guilty or if the charges are otherwise dismissed, the
amount of the bail shall be promptly refunded to the defendant.
(c) Notwithstanding Division 10 (commencing with Section 1200) of
the Evidence Code, the rules governing trials by written declaration
may provide for testimony and other relevant evidence to be
introduced in the form of a notice to appear issued pursuant to
Section 40500, a business record or receipt, a sworn declaration of
the arresting officer, or a written statement or letter signed by the
(d) If the defendant is dissatisfied with a decision of the court
in a proceeding pursuant to this section, the defendant shall be
granted a trial de novo.
40903. (a) Any person who fails to appear as provided by law may be
deemed to have elected to have a trial by written declaration upon
any alleged infraction, as charged by the citing officer, involving a
violation of this code or any local ordinance adopted pursuant to
(b) Notwithstanding Division 10 (commencing with Section 1200) of
the Evidence Code, testimony and other relevant evidence may be
introduced in the form of a notice to appear issued pursuant to
Section 40500, a notice of parking violation issued pursuant to
Section 40202, a notice of delinquent parking violation issued
pursuant to Section 40206, a business record or receipt, a sworn
declaration of the arresting officer, or a written statement or
letter signed by the defendant.
15210. Notwithstanding any other provision of this code, as used in
this chapter, the following terms have the following meanings:
(a) "Commercial driver's license" means a driver's license issued
by a state or other jurisdiction, in accordance with the standards
contained in Part 383 of Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations,
which authorizes the licenseholder to operate a class or type of
commercial motor vehicle.
(b) (1) "Commercial motor vehicle" means any vehicle or
combination of vehicles that requires a class A or class B license,
or a class C license with an endorsement issued pursuant to paragraph
(5) of subdivision (a) of Section 15278.
15278. (a) A driver is required to obtain an endorsement issued by
the department to operate any commercial motor vehicle that is any of
(1) A double trailer.
(2) A passenger transportation vehicle, which includes, but is not
limited to, a bus, farm labor vehicle, or general public paratransit
vehicle when designed, used, or maintained to carry more than 10
persons including the driver.
(3) A schoolbus.
(4) A tank vehicle.
(5) A vehicle carrying hazardous materials, as defined in Section
353, that is required to display placards pursuant to Section 27903,
unless the driver is exempt from the endorsement requirement as
provided in subdivision (b). This paragraph does not apply to any
person operating an implement of husbandry who is not required to
obtain a driver's license under this code.
27903. (a) Subject to Section 114765 of the Health and Safety Code,
any vehicle transporting any explosive, blasting agent, flammable
liquid, flammable solid, oxidizing material, corrosive, compressed
gas, poison, radioactive material, or other hazardous materials, of
the type and in quantities that require the display of placards or
markings on the vehicle exterior by the United States Department of
Transportation regulations (49 C.F.R., Parts 172, 173, and 177),
shall display the placards and markings in the manner and under
conditions prescribed by those regulations of the United States
Department of Transportation.
2800. (a) It is unlawful to willfully fail or refuse to comply with
a lawful order, signal, or direction of a peace officer, as defined
in Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 830) of Title 3 of Part 2 of
the Penal Code, when that peace officer is in uniform and is
performing duties pursuant to any of the provisions of this code, or
to refuse to submit to a lawful inspection pursuant to this code.
(b) Except as authorized pursuant to Section 24004, it is unlawful
to fail or refuse to comply with a lawful out-of-service order
issued by an authorized employee of the Department of the California
Highway Patrol or by an authorized enforcement officer as described
in subdivision (d).
(c) It is unlawful to fail or refuse to comply with a lawful
out-of-service order issued by the United States Secretary of the
Department of Transportation.
(d) "Out-of-Service order" means a declaration by an authorized
enforcement officer of a federal, state, Canadian, Mexican, or local
jurisdiction that a driver, a commercial motor vehicle, or a motor
carrier operation is out-of-service pursuant to Section 386.72,
392.5, 392.9a, 395.13, or 396.9 of Title 49 of the Code of Federal
Regulations, state law, or the North American Standard Out-of-Service
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Cal Gov Codes
68083. Each salaried officer of a superior court shall charge,
collect, and promptly deposit the fees allowed in each case, as
provided by law. No salaried officer who collects fees shall be
required to accept coin in payment of those fees.68083.5. Each officer of a superior court authorized to collect
money shall pay into the county treasury all money collected by that
officer, or under the officer's control, that is payable into the
treasury in a timely manner, and shall remit fee, fine, and
forfeiture data within 35 days after the end of the month in which
they are collected to the county auditor and treasurer in the form
they require. No officer who collects money as described in this
section shall be required to accept payment in coin.............68084. (a) If any money is deposited with the clerk or judge of any
superior court pursuant to any action or proceeding in the court, or
pursuant to any order, decree, or judgment of the court, or when any
money is to be paid to the court to be held in trust pursuant to any
provision of this title or the Code of Civil Procedure68084.1. (a) Except as otherwise provided by law, any money,
excluding restitution to victims, that has been deposited with a
superior court, or that a superior court is holding in trust for the
lawful owner, in a court bank account or in a court trust account in
a county treasury, that remains unclaimed for three years shall
become the property of the superior court if,............27750. The board of supervisors of any county may designate a
county officer to make financial evaluations of defendants and other
persons liable for reimbursable costs under the law. A county officer
so designated shall be known as the county financial evaluation
officer, whose duties shall be to determine, according to the
standards set by the board of supervisors and at the direction of the
court, the financial ability of parties who have incurred, or will
incur, attorney's fees or other court-related or court-ordered costs,
which costs by law must be waived or the services provided free of
charge if the party is indigent.
27751. A county financial evaluation officer is authorized to
perform the functions of a probation officer set forth in Sections
275, 276, and 323 of the Welfare and Institutions Code and Sections
1685 to 1687, inclusive, of the Code of Civil Procedure.