790 KABC TALK RADIO: New Bill Looks to Reform the Traffic Ticket Process

September 14, 2015

A bill headed to Governor Brown’s desk looks to reform the way traffic tickets are challenged and paid in California.

Guilty until proven innocent, that’s how many feel about California’s traffic ticket challenge process.  All fines and fees had to be paid up front before you could make your case.

SB-405 Author Van Nuys Democrat Robert Hertzberg says law allows low-income workers to make payments of fines and not have their drivers licenses suspended.  Tom Perumean, KABC NEWS.

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