You will need
  • In order to challenge the Protocol drawn up by traffic police, you need to:
  • -a copy of the Protocol;
  • witnesses;
  • -other evidence.
For starters, even if you do not agree with what you impute state patrol officer, you can refuse to sign the Protocol. And in the note at the bottom of the document to describe the reason why you disagree. Here you need to specify all your arguments why you disagree with these charges. And don't forget the witnesses who need to list here. And after your assurances in Protocole appeared various "additional notes" is not in your favor, you need to make sure that all empty fields are blank.
How to appeal <strong>Protocol</strong> <b>GAI</b>
To be able to challenge the Protocol, ask for place to be given a copy of the Protocoland, if the inspector of traffic police still did not. If you are accused of violating the administrative code, then you must give a copy of the decision. Not issued? Ask her the inspector on the spot. All data must match the data in the original. This must be carefully checked.
How to appeal <strong>Protocol</strong> <b>GAI</b>
For appeal against Protocoland you have only 10 days. During this time, you need to have time to refer the complaint to the chief that inspector, who has prescribed a controversial document. To be accepted for consideration, the complaint must contain all of your arguments why it is not right the employee of their agencies, not you. it would be better and more convincingly if you backed your claims with references to the Rules of the road or other legislation. If there is still additional evidence - witness statements, recordings made with a mobile phone or camera - they also need to attach. This will add your complaint weight and you will never question your integrity.
How to appeal <strong>Protocol</strong> <b>GAI</b>
Then the matter goes to the magistrate for consideration. However, in the case that the judge will make a decision that the driver is not satisfied, then the latter has a right of appeal within 10 days after the issuance of the first instance on the case.