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You already know the problem -- you're using front brake when the wheel is turned at slow speed, a 100% guarantee you're going down unless you have the reactions and strength of Superman. Concentrate on using rear brake only when maneuvering at slow speed. Even straight-ahead stops go better if you ease off the front brake as you go completely to rear just before the bike stops. That way, slight front-wheel displacement won't dump you at the stop, and you'll stay a lot more stable during the entire maneiver.
 

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My lawyer brother taught me how to avoid hassles on such minor, maybe-not-even-a-violation charges, especially if it's within a small jurisdiction: notify the magistrate that you will demand a jury trial. 99 times out of 100, they will not even be tempted to get near to that can of worms and the charges will be dropped.
 
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