Levittown, NY asked in Traffic Tickets for New York

Q: Speeding ticket on the parkway going 60 in a 35 but I’m sure I was not there was also no traffic and 1 car

I also know that it depends on the angle of the gun and that they are not very accurate this officer was also telling me that it would be very easy to get out of it He was not very professional I tried asking what I did before providing my id but he wouldn’t tell me until I did and after he came back with the ticket I tried talking but he told me “it’s my time to listen and be quiet” the only thing I said was have a good night I have three other people in the car that could also say the same

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Stuart Austin
Stuart Austin
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  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • Mineola, NY
  • Licensed in New York

A: What county was the ticket issued and returnable? are you looking to plea bargain the ticket or to fight it? Did he use a laser or radar or pace the vehicle or simply observation?

Zev Goldstein
Zev Goldstein
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  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • Monsey, NY
  • Licensed in New York

A: Not sure what the question is. The police are approximately accurate with speed recognition. If the officer credibly claims you were doing 60 MPH, you are going to have a hard time claiming you were going 35 MPH.

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