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The Written Statement

What is a Decision by Written Statement?

The Decision by Written Statement option allows you to contest speeding tickets, fight red light tickets and other traffic infractions without appearing in court. The court makes its decision based on a written declaration comprising of your arguments that is submitted to it, as well as other records submitted by the prosecutor or police officer.

What are the benefits of this option?

Contesting traffic tickets through the written statement does not require you to take time out of your day to appear in court which can be stressful and confusing. In addition, contesting your ticket through written declaration allows us to represent you effectively while reducing your legal fees to less than the amount of the ticket. Paying for an attorney to represent you in court would likely cost you much, much more.

Are there any disadvantages?

Yes. In Washington state you cannot appeal a Decision by Written Statement once the court has made its ruling. You also cannot request the police officer to appear in court.

What is included in my written statement?

Your written statement is comprised of the facts and circumstances surrounding how you received your traffic ticket, in addition to legal arguments to the court relating to why the court should dismiss your ticket. You can also submit diagrams or photographs as well.

Do you provide a generic response with the written statement?

Absolutely not. Each argument is specifically tailored to the fact pattern of your case. Just like no two fingerprints are alike, so are no two arguments however closely related they may appear.

Do I have a better chance of winning through a written statement than appearing in court?

That's hard to tell. But remember, if you don't win, then we don't get paid. If you hire an attorney to appear with you in court and lose, you are assured of having to pay attorney fees plus your ticket fine and perhaps even court fees. Additionally, we wouldn’t last too long as a law practice if our clients were not pleased with our services. Our money back guarantee should give you the confidence you need. We strive to help every client have the best possible chance of winning, so you can rest assured that you will have the absolute best defense possible.

Will I get to see the officer's statement before I complete my written statement?

Not likely. In some instances we may request the officer’s statement from the court; however, not all cases will require it and court rules may not require the officer to provide his/her statement until after your statement is due.

Do I need to appear in court?

No. If you opt for submitting a written statement, you do not have to appear in court. We will submit your signed written argument on your behalf without you having to appear in court.

How long does the whole process take?

From the time you sign up for eTicketbuster, you will receive your results in about 4-12 weeks. However, the process may take longer depending on your specific case and the judge's workload. When we receive the Decision on Written Statement, it will be placed into your LockBox account and you will receive an automatic e-mail. Feel free to check up on the status of your case by signing in to your "LockBox" on You will receive a notification regarding the results in your "LockBox" the second we have the court’s decision.

Why doesn't everyone use the trial by written statement option?

Most people don't know about this process, and the decision by written statement is not permitted in every jurisdiction. Some people don't know how to write their defense, so they don't try it. In addition, under certain circumstances (such as driver under the age of 18, a restricted license, someone with three infractions on their record in the past 12 months, etc.), we recommend hiring an attorney and making a court appearance.

Why can't I just do it myself?

You could.  However, as traffic ticket lawyers we have the knowledge and experience that may make the difference in whether you succeed or not in having your ticket dismissed. In addition, the court system and rules can be confusing, and at times, seemingly illogical. We are a law firm that understands the law and how to apply it; we know the court's processes. We make the entire process stress free for you, so all you have to do is submit your information, review and sign your written statement.

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