You will not get points, and your insurance should not increase. Reason, the camera shows the vehicle speeding, but not who was driving the vehicle. It is error to assume the owner/registrant is the driver
Assuming you are writing the citation correctly "VTL 375-2(a)3" this is an equipment violation, for no/insufficient tail lamp. As long as you pay the ticket, the ticket will not affect your driving record.
I was the passenger in a car where the driver license was suspended. I was instructed to get in the driver seat because my license was valid. I also received a ticket for oper/permit/lic reg art 7, which is also a misdemeanor. What does that ticket even mean? And would it be dismissed because my... Read more »
This is an 11 point speeding ticket, which means your driver's license can be suspended for this ticket alone. An attorney can likely get get some of the points reduced, so your license does not get suspended.
I got a ticket 2 years ago in the bronx for texting and driving which is 5 points. Than a ticket 2 months later which I didnt plead guilty to for going 21 over the speed limit which is 5 points. My court date is in mid july if I get convicted would it automatically suspend my license. After this... Read more »
Speeding 21 over the limit is 6 points, not 5. Based on your representation that both of these tickets happened 2 years ago, we are guessing that both tickets were issued in the 5 boroughs of NYC. In that case, the TVB judge will have discretion to suspend your license, or not to suspend your...Read more »
Can you challenge the ticket? Certainly. Are you saying that you yielded to the emergency vehicle? Was this ticket issued by a police officer, or a camera? Police issued red light tickets are worth 3 points.
I forgot about a speeding ticket which resulted in the suspension of my license. My record status is: Suspended.even though the letter I received from the Traffic Violations Division states that "Convictions are removed from your driving record". I don't know what to do because the... Read more »
In NY, 84/65 is 4 points. Outside of NYS the max fine for a first offense is around $400. If you ignore the ticket your driver's license will be suspended, and the next time you drive you can be arrested.
Why don't NYC traffic tickets contain a sworn statement by the ticketing officer that he personally served the ticket? According to Section 150.40(2) of the CPL (NYS) "An appearance ticket, other than one issued for a traffic infraction relating to parking, must be served... Read more »
I recently was charged with red light violation in NY, Nassau County. I already paid the charge. However, I review my own dash cam and I found conflicting information. I was turning left with a turn signal on green while the straight signal is red. What can I do from here?
The violations are all non-moving. We had a lemon vehicle and were unable to afford to fix it (the one he paid off). He went to the courthouse and recieved a new court date for all tickets. Does he risk jail time? We moved at the time of the violations and did not recieve anything in the mail. The... Read more »
. I recently got a summons and I lost it and I can't figure out when/where is my court date because I can't find my summons number. I was wondering if you guys can please help me find when is my court date and at what time. The summons was for a suspended license and registration (I think)
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