Monday, January 28, 2013

Malibu Media - Exculpatory Evidence Request

Malibu Media is contacting John Doe defendants in cases and requesting that they fill out a document, under oath, called an Exculpatory Evidence Request.

This document is a strange request for discovery without proper form before the courts.

If you are in Florida or Georgia and have received one of these Exculpatory Evidence Requests, please do not hesitate to call.

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Georgia Super Speeder - Class Action

Graham Syfert is currently taking contact information from potential clients interested in Georgia Super Speeder representation.

If you are a resident of Florida, or any state other than Georgia, and have received a notice which states that your license may be suspended for a failure to pay an extra $200.00 on top of your traffic ticket, Mr. Syfert is currently putting together a list of clients for a possible class action suit against various entities within the State of Georgia.

The first thing you will need to do is visit
 and enter your information.

Second, please gather the materials that you have collected (Your ticket, any letter or demand for payment provided by DDS) and provide it to Mr. Syfert at or fax it to 904-638-4726.  By submitting your information, no attorney client relationship exists, but attorney client confidentiality does.  This is not a guarantee that any case will even occur, but collection of this information is the first place to start.  Mr. Syfert intends to consult with other attorneys on this matter, and may enter into an agreement for joint representation with other counsel in these matters.

Of particular interest is anyone who actually had a license suspended due to a failure to pay the super speeder fine.  I would like to talk to a few people who had this happen.  Mr. Syfert is licensed only in Florida and Georgia, and cannot give you advice on how to challenge Georgia's suspension of the superspeeder law if you are the resident of another state.

I wrote an earlier blog post regarding the double jeopardy aspect of the Georgia Super Speeder law.  I hope to challenge this soon in a criminal matter.  While researching the matter of the constitutionality of the Super Speeder law, I came across something interesting.  The legal theory is still being developed, but I don't see any reason why it is not a good argument.

My Grandfather died on I-95 in South Georgia.  He is someone that could have benefited from the extra revenue the Georgia Super Speeder law (O.C.G.A. section 40-6-189) .   He would be rolling over in his grave if he knew that there was another fine on top of a fine that was already paid.