Saturday, September 17, 2011

September 17th: Can Red Light Tickets Come Back to Haunt You?

Back in July of this year, the City of Los Angeles terminated it's red light camera program.  Despite that, nearly 160,000 tickets remain on the books, those which drivers have been told they need not pay, but leaving them technically in legal limbo.

Our guest this Saturday evening to discuss the issue is attorney Sherman Ellison.  Ellison recently testified before the Los Angeles City Council on the controversial red light photo program and is a regular contributor to numerous radio, television and print media outlets. He is widely considered the pre-eminent legal authority on traffic ticket defense in California.

Sherman Ellison
Ellison is a California trial attorney whose practice is almost exclusively traffic ticket defense. He was sworn in to practice law in 1970 and practices law in all United States District Courts within California, Hawaii and Oregon; the United States Supreme Court as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and Eighth Circuit. Ellison attended UCLA as an undergraduate before entering the United States Marine Corp. After being accepted to dental school Sherman did a career about-face and made the decision to pursue a career in law, earning an L.L.B. and a J.D. In 1969.

Tune in Saturday, September 17th at 8:00 p.m. PDT to and listen. Call with your questions at 323-203-081.

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