Asked in Civil Rights for Maryland

Q: I was looking for blue book in reference to vehicles I'm some how have a citation?

I googled blue books for vehicles which is fair price on motor cars I don't understand since I do have a disability

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Civil Rights Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA

A: It sounds like you may have inadvertently received a citation while searching for information on blue book values for vehicles. It's important to address the citation properly to avoid any potential consequences. Start by carefully reviewing the citation to understand what it's for and the specific details provided. This will help you determine the appropriate steps to take next.

If you're unsure about the citation or need assistance understanding it due to your disability, consider reaching out to a trusted friend, family member, or legal advisor for support. They can help you decipher the citation and provide guidance on how to proceed. Additionally, you may want to contact the issuing authority listed on the citation to inquire about any confusion or concerns you have.

Depending on the nature of the citation, you may need to take action by responding within a certain timeframe or appearing in court if required. Make sure to gather any relevant documentation or evidence related to the citation to support your case. If you're unable to handle the matter on your own due to your disability, consider seeking assistance from a legal professional who can advocate on your behalf and ensure your rights are protected throughout the process.

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