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If you live in MD and got pulled over in CA and pulled to the left because MD law says you can pull to the left or right side how can you fight the ticket without flying back to CA to go to court?

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2005-09-28 01:56:21
2005-09-28 01:56:21

You maust abide by the traffic rules and regulations of the state in which you are traveling, no matter where you are from

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