Have Your Traffic Law Questions Answered By The Best!

Traffic attorney Matthew Weiss dishes out truth, free of charge.

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We’ve all been there—for one reason or another, we’ve drawn heat from the law while behind the wheel. But there’s a right way and a wrong way to handle it when you get stopped, and the lyrics to “99 Problems” aren’t always enough help.

Luckily, traffic attorney Matthew Weiss is continuing his partnership with RIDES and offering up the finest traffic law advice in the business, free of charge. All you gotta do is send your question our way—either in the comments below, on Facebook, on Twitter, or by emailing it to lawhelp@rides-mag.com.

Send it in by Monday, February 13th, and we’ll have Mr. Weiss’s answers not long after. It’s free, it’s easy, and it’s definitely helpful, so why wouldn’t you send in your questions?

One Response to “Have Your Traffic Law Questions Answered By The Best!”

  1. BigBill

    What does it mean when a DUI charge has 3 different case numbers/citation listed under the online judiciary search?


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