Charged With Exhibition of Speed Under CVC 23109(c)?
What is an Exhibition of Speed?
An Exhibition of Speed Charge carries serious consequences. These include
- Misdemeanor Probation
- Fines up to $1400
- 2 DMV points
- Public Work Service
- A permanent criminal record.
We can Help!
If you have been charged with engaging in an Exhibition of Speed, we can represent you in front of the judge and prosecutor. We conduct discovery and negotiate with the judge and prosecutor for dismissal or mitigation of the penalties. If we feel your case is strong to present in front of a jury we will prepare and hold a jury trial. We treat misdemeanors cases very seriously and strive to get you through it with as little consequences as possible.
What is an Exhibition of Speed Ticket?
Under California Vehicle Code 23109(c), it is unlawful to engage in an exhibition of speed. The statute says “A person shall not engage in any motor vehicle exhibition of speed on a highway, and no person shall aid or abet in a motor vehicle exhibition of speed on any highway.” Typically, officers will write tickets for CVC 23109(c) when they hear screatching tires or believe that a person was speeding to show off.
Successfully defending a misdemeanor case may include the following procedures:
- Court Appearances
- DMV “Admin Per Se” Hearing
- DMV License Status Hearing
- Motion Hearings on discovery and evidence admissibility/suppression
- Prosecutor Negotiation
- Judge or Jury Trial
- Plea Bargaining
Some of the strategies we employ may include the following:
- Discovery Sanctions
- Subpoenaing Documents
- Trial Continuances
- Pitchess Motions
- Witness 402 Hearings
- and others…
If you are charged with a Traffic Misdemeanor or DUI, hire California’s best traffic law firm. We can help you get a great result on your case. To learn more about our procedures and how we can represent you, call the California Ticket King, PC at 877-985-0002 or email our attorneys at email@example.com.