Tag: BAR defense

Receiving a citation isn't fun. Maybe you're used to slowly rolling past the corner stop sign near home, and an officer happens to be nearby watching. BOOM! Citation. What if you find a great parking spot and misread the parking sign? You parked from 3 pm – 5 pm when those are the restricted hours? [...]
Every hero has a sidekick. You can call them buddies, amigos, cohorts, assistants, colleagues, or associates. Sherlock Holmes had Dr. Watson, Batman had Robin, and Han Solo had Chewbacca. Sidekicks aren't necessary there for comic relief or a "side story." They can be real partners, managing the details in the background so the hero can [...]
You’ve probably hear the idiom “The Devil is in the Details.” It’s normally used as a cautionary saying warning others to pay attention to small things that can cause havoc if they go unnoticed. Photo credit: Prayitno / Thank you for (12 millions +) view via Foter.com / CC BY We think this perfectly describes [...]
Many times in a case, whether it be a Bureau of Automotive Repair Accusation or a Bureau of Automotive Repair Citation, there are some cases I advise clients to use an expert witness, specifically  a Bureau of Automotive Repair Expert. The reason? Everyone else is biased. How so?  Well, in the proceedings in administrative law [...]
The 'follow up pass rate' by the Bureau of Automotive Repair has potential problems. Blog post by Bureau of Automotive Repair attorney expert William Ferreira. One would think that there were no myths in the land of the Bureau of Automotive Repair, but one would be wrong. Myths abound, as do complexities as between consumer [...]

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