I worked in campus security on a busy night and I could not park in my now-full designated lot. So I had to park at a meter and I paid enough for my shift. However, I had to stay longer due to all the festivities that were taking place that night. Of course, no less than 10 minutes after my time ended, I got a ticket for $40.
Let me tell you, getting a ticket on a cold, rainy night after a 10 hour shift where I missed dinner was more than disheartening. Thankfully, I had a friend who knew exactly how to get people out of their parking tickets. He managed to handcraft a succinct and professional response that led to campus police throwing out my ticket.
The relief I felt I got during my busiest semester is something I will always be grateful for. This group is, in my opinion, not in the business of getting you out of your parking tickets, but rather giving you that relief from pesky nuisances that tend to ruin our overall mood after a busy day.
I had an interview at the medical labs but when I got to the hospital there was absolutely no parking. Since my interview was about to begin in 15 minutes, I took a random spot in the medical school’s parking lot. I thought there was no way I could get ticketed since the interview would last only 20 minutes. It turns out that I already got the job and they wanted to orient me with the lab, which took 3 hours.
By the time I left, I knew I would have a ticket waiting for me and I was correct. I sent my ticket problem to someone that a friend recommended to me. Within a week I received a letter from Campus Police about my ticket being repealed. I felt relieved and this guy helped me focus on studying for finals without a nagging sensation in the back of my mind about a ticket.
I am glad he is making a website to help out a wider audience and I think people should choose this group whenever they get a ticket.
I got a ticket during that polar vortex several years ago, when classes at UW Madison had to be cancelled. Whichever idiot traffic cop thought it was a smart idea to put an open envelope on the layer of snow on my windshield does not understand how to properly place a ticket. Which was his mistake as it turns out.
I didn’t even realize I got a ticket until I was scraping at layers of ice and snow. I took the envelope and there was nothing in it so at first I thought some dumb college kid was trying to prank me. Then I cleaned the other half of the windshield and lo and behold, there was a torn up ticket that was barely legible. An entire chunk of the ticket was missing!
I called the police department and told them about the ticket and they insisted that I still had to pay for the ticket. I heard from a friend who had his ticket solved by a friend so we got in touch and he wrote a nice letter basically roasting the department for not training their traffic cops, insisting that since the ticket was illegible, I could not know what my crime was. Thus I did not have to pay for it. The department threw out my case and I got out of paying. I can’t stand traffic cops and apparently there is someone else out there who feels just as strongly!
I was guilty of parking without a permit. Even worse, I was late paying for the ticket. By almost a month! He straight up wrote a letter saying he’d bring several dozen donuts if I got off of my ticket. They emailed back: my ticket price was reduced to $18.
How does someone straight up almost bribe cops with donuts in a formal letter?? And get the ticket reduced by more than 50% at that? It’s beyond impressive! And he actually sent the department 3 dozen donuts. This guy combines professionalism with his clever style and gets results!
I’m a tutor and it was my first day with a new student. I parked in the right parking spot and I paid $1.75. I came back exactly an hour and there was a ticket for $50! Unnecessarily I was given a ticket. That night, I contacted the one guy who is skilled with contesting tickets. He took my case and even wrote up the entire letter that same night. At 6:00pm I paid for parking, at 6:04pm I got a ticket, at 8pm the guy took my case, and by 9pm he wrote and sent my ticket contesting letter to the Oak Lawn Police Department. Within a week, he got a response and I was off the hook for any payment. The story does not end here actually.
A month later I get a letter stating that I am late in paying my ticket so now I owe the city $90. I emailed the guy and asked what was going on. He did some digging and found out that the officer who ticketed me actually wrote me another ticket but there was a typo so he did not give it to me. However, he put the mistaken ticket into the system even though I did not know it was out there. The guy, FOR FREE, prepared me on what to say in court. I got out of the second ticket as well and the court gave me a legitimate apology for making me miss a day of work to sort out their mistake.
This group cares about its customers! They want us to win and get out of our tickets. They understand our struggles because they are people like us. I trust them and their business wholeheartedly.
I was out on my first date and I borrowed my dad’s car. I must have been really excited to have this cute girl by my side that I did not realize how fast I was going. I saw a bright white flash behind me and realized that the photo-enforcement cameras caught me. My dad did not know I was in Chicago and would have been beyond pissed if he found out I got a ticket driving his car.
My older brother recommended I talk to this guy and he said he would look out for any potential tickets I accrued. For the next 2 weeks he sent me regular updates about if my shenanigans made it into the system. Thankfully, I did not get caught and I did not get a ticket. This guy spent time to look after me and for that I am beyond grateful.
The date was amazing by the way and she wanted to spend more time with me that weekend!
I don’t have the legal knowledge and technical writing skills to properly and successfully contest tickets. I am grateful there are people out there to help normal people like me without charging us up the butt like other ticket lawyers.
This guy got 10 tickets in one semester. And he managed to get out of EVERY SINGLE ONE! He is tenacious and doesn’t like to be trifled with. He uses this to help other people and that’s what makes me respect him so much.