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February 9, 2017

GETDISMISSED featured in The RideShare Guy, A Blog and Podcast for Rideshare Drivers - "GetDismissed Allows You To Fight Traffic Tickets From Your Couch"

Traffic tickets suck, but I’m sure I don’t need to tell you that. It always seems that I spend an entire day on the road watching other people break traffic laws: speeding, texting, stopping in the red zone, swerving in lanes while checking their Facebook status and all with no interference from the cops! Click here to read the full story.


January 21, 2017

GETDISMISSED featured in the Coast to Coast Newspaper - "GETDISMISSED announces new membership program to contest traffic tickets"

GETDISMISSED, the online web service and mobile application that assists California drivers with contesting their traffic tickets, announced today a new annual membership program that allows California drivers to contest an unlimited amount of traffic tickets for free. The membership program also includes, free traffic school if needed and a complimentary insurance review. Click here to read the full story.

November 29,2016

GETDISMISSED featured in Ventura County Star - "Fighting A Traffic Fine? Firm Aims To Help"

A Westlake Village company is telling drivers they stand a good chance of getting their traffic tickets dismissed if they use its services. "Fighting a traffic ticket is one of the most frustrating things there is," said Steven Miller, founder of GETDISMISSED.COM. Click here to read the full story.

November 14, 2016

GETDISMISSED featured in San Fernando Valley Business Journal - "List of Offenses Expands at Traffic Ticket Site"

The Westlake Village company's website was designed for speeding tickets, but now works for clients with illegal U-turns and seatbelt and failure-to-yield violations.  Click here to read the full story. Click here to read the full story.

May 13, 2016

GETDISMISSED featured on NBC News Sacramento KCRA 3 - "Got a Traffic Ticket, There's an App for That"

"It's your right to contest a ticket with a trial by declaration," said Steven Miller, founder of GETDISMISSED.COM. "And it relieves all the stress, all the anxiety of actually going in front of the judge, let alone the time and more importantly not knowing what to say. Because most people get in front of the judge really incriminate themselves." Click here to read the full story.

March 8, 2016

GETDISMISSED mentioned on The Rideshare Guy - "How I Beat Traffic Court"

A few months ago, I got a letter in the mail informing me that I was being fined $300 for allegedly passing a stopped school bus. The incident took place at a four-way stop in a residential area about a block away from my house. Click here to read the full story.

February 18, 2016

GETDISMISSED featured on SuperbCrew Business & Technology - "GETDISMISSED The Best Way To Dismiss Your Traffic Ticket"

California drivers now have a simple and fast solution for their traffic tickets. GETDISMISSED is a web service and mobile app that helps you to simply fight a traffic ticket without going to court. Read our interview with Steve Miller for more information. Click here to read the full story.

February 17, 2016

GETDISMISSED featured on HOY Los Angeles - "¿Qué tan económico es apelar multas de tráfico a través de aplicaciones en internet?"

Los infractores se han convertido en un mercado atractivo para diferentes empresas, creando herramientas digitales para apelar una multa; por medio de ellas, los usuarios obtienen recursos al alcance de un clic en la computadora o el celular, aunque no necesariamente son gratuitos. Click here to read the full story.

January 26, 2016

GETDISMISSED featured in US News and World Report - "Tools That Will Help You Dispute Pesky Traffic and Parking Tickets"

If you get a traffic ticket in California, you typically have the option to "request trial by written declaration" (where you submit a written statement by mail rather than appear in traffic court). For a flat fee, GETDISMISSED helps you through that process for minor infractions such as running a stop sign or speeding (it cannot help with misdemeanors, including reckless driving, hit and run or driving without a license). "Basically, we're a self-help document facilitation service," says Steve Miller, founder and CEO of GETDISMISSED. "The system develops the documents you need to print out, sign and send to the court. We're sort of a LegalZoom for traffic tickets." Click here to read the full story.

December 3, 2015

GETDISMISSED featured in Bloomberg Businessweek - "Apps That Fight Your Tickets"

The average American spends about $232 on legal expenses each year, and many attorneys charge $175 to $550 an hour. Among other things, that means people don't hire counsel for minor offenses-only about 5 percent of U.S. traffic tickets are contested in court. Since last year, more than two dozen iOS and Android apps have popped up to try to price more people back in...including GETDISMISSED which is specifically designed to fight traffic tickets. Click here to read the full story.

August 27, 2015

GETDISMISSED.COM mentioned in Pasadena Weekly – "Heeding an online app that helps hapless drivers who happen to have a traffic ticket"

"GETDISMISSED: No Brainwork Required, It's That Simple. Get your traffic ticket dismissed, without going to court," by Steven F. Miller & Alexis C. Vega, just kept cycling to the top of my file.

I read the book. Impressed by the vibe throughout that the best way to avoid tickets is to obey the law and intrigued by the authors' perspective that tickets are taxes, and that only seven percent of ticketed motorists contest their tickets, I wanted to know more. According to GETDISMISSED.COM, 5.2 million infraction-level tickets are issued every year in California. The California Vehicle Code, at more than 1,200 pages, ensures that no motorist is ever completely safe from these oftentimes unwarranted "taxes"; the sheer volume of laws is bound to ensnare even the most conscientious driver at some point. Click here to read the full story.

August 10, 2015

GETDISMISSED featured in Los Angeles Business Journal – "Trafficking In Convenience: GETDISMISSED'S app connects users with obscure process to avoid paying tickets" by Carol Lawrence

Got a traffic ticket? There's an app for that. Developed by Westlake Village's Ticket Advocate, the GETDISMISSED mobile application and website utilize a little-known legal process to help users get traffic tickets dismissed without going to court or hiring a lawyer. Click here to read the full story.

June 6, 2015

GETDISMISSED featured in Los Angeles Informer article - "GETDISMISSED.COM Makes Fighting Traffic Taxes and Tickets Easy"

According to GETDISMISSED.COM President, Steven Miller, the fees generated by traffic tickets are California's second leading revenue generator, right behind sales tax, for State funds. And when additional funds are required, the number of traffic tickets increases. Yet there is very little most people who receive traffic tickets can do about it. GETDISMISSED.COM, is changing all that. Click here to read the full story.

June 5, 2015

GETDISMISSED mentioned on NBC 4 - "First-Ever App for Fighting Traffic Tickets Debuts Today"

Online Services vs. GETDISMISSED App Services like http://www.ticketbust.com and others were developed to facilitate the process of completing and filing a Trial by Written Declaration for drivers that didn't want to go to court. Those online services charge fees that are significantly less than what an attorney would charge but still cost a few hundred dollars. GETDISMISSED has completely reinvented the category by offering a cheaper, more efficient, on-the-go option. Click here to read the full story.

May 15, 2015

GETDISMISSED featured in the Los Angeles Daily Journal - "Traffic trials should be reformed, chief says" by America Hernandez

Steven F. Miller, chief executive officer of the GETDISMISSED smartphone application, which allows people to electronically submit a trial by declaration contesting their ticket by answering a series of questions, highlighted the method as a potential cost-saving measure for underfunded courts seeking to reduce the in-person caseload. With trials by declaration, defendants submit their testimony in writing, as do police officers, and a judge rules based on the documents. If the ticket is not dismissed, individuals can still do a trial de novo in person. "You do still have to post bail, but it's one of the only ways in the court system you really get two bites at the apple," Miller said. "I wouldn't be surprised if one day the Legislature requires all defendants to go through a trial by declaration because there's so much money wasted by people showing up in person when they can show up in writing first." Click here to read the full story.

February 26, 2015

GETDISMISSED featured in CITATIONS article - "IS THERE AN APP FOR THAT?" by Rachel Coleman

How many times have you heard someone ask "Is there an app for that?" Next time you receive a traffic ticket and you do not want to appear in court, you can download a free app that will assist you in preparing and filing paper work to request a trial by written declaration. GETDISMISSED, which made its debut on Feb. 3, is the first-ever app that enables drivers across California to fight traffic tickets. Managing member Steve Miller and member Alexis Vega, a local attorney, came up with the idea and put the concept together through their company, The Ticket Advocate LLC. Mr. Miller expects that within the first year of its debut, about 5,000 tickets will be contested using the app. Within three years, he projects that between 30,000 and 40,000 tickets will be contested with the assistance of GETDISMISSED. Click here to read the full story.

January 8, 2015

GETDISMISSED releases first book - GETDISMISSED: No Brainwork Required, It's That Simple. Get your traffic ticket dismissed without going to court.

The book will walk you through the steps to prepare the best defense for fighting your traffic ticket and the App will actually prepare your written defense for you! Your defense will be ready within 48 hours (not counting weekends and holidays). All you have to do is snap a few photos with your smart phone camera and answer a few simple questions. Then download your documents and send them to the court. That's all. Seriously. The hardest part will be finding a stamp.
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