For years the ‘Buckle Up’ ad campaign has reminded us to wear our seat belts. In 1985, the Ad Council and the National Traffic Highway Safety Administration introduced us to Vince and Larry, a couple of crash test dummies who showed us in slow motion the devastating events that take place during a car crash. […]
Tickets are jurisdictional. That means the Texas Constitution only allows an officer who stops you to write you a ticket in certain areas. He may only demand that you appear in certain traffic courts, as well….If you receive a ticket from a Bexar County Sheriff on the north side and the box at the bottom doesn’t show a number 3 or if the judge assigned doesn’t say Baker, there may be a jurisdictional problem and you may be able to get your ticket dismissed for lack of jurisdiction.