There's quite a few things I'm confused about ( city of Lockport, NY) First, I will deny going thru red light, it was yellow. 2nd, I didn't get pulled over for almost a mile (at 30-33mph, and 2 more green traffic lights,that's a long time to wait to pull me over) 3rd, officer... View More
1. Red light - 3 points. Fight it, but use an attorney who will be able to pull those issues you speak of -- no registration, irrelevant speeding question (unless you got a speeding summons), the delay in stopping you, etc. -- into a defense....View More
What was the speed limit? Where did you get the ticket?
First find tbese things out by reviewing your ticket, and then speak with a goid traffic attorney about defense. If you merely pay the ticket, the points won't go away. Instead, you'll have 8 points on your record.
The lack of location is an important part of the prima facie case. If this is a DMV ticket, lok in the location box below the offense to see if street or Avenue numbers are written in. Even if there is no location whatsoever, though, I would recomend hiring an attorney to bolster your chances of...View More
First, retain counsel. Then find out if any of the tickets are criminal, as opposed to vehicle traffic law (violations, not crimes). Your attorney will know the difference and act accordingly. You will probably not be incarcerated.
This ticket may (depending on the court), be reducible. You should answer the ticket, preferably with the aid of legal counsel. Check online to find someone local who is familiar with the court. Such an attorney will have practice in getting the best outcome possible for people in your situation.
You should certainly answer the ticket. In NY, you can always adjourn your case if the date is inconvenient for you. It's a 4-point ticket, so hiring an attorney is your best bet in terms of winning the case. Depending on where the ticket was given, you may be able to plead the ticket down to...View More
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