It could be worth discussing in more detail with an experienced traffic ticket attorney. Overall, there is a high level of positive sentiment and appreciation toward public transportation employees because of the risks they face in providing all of us with vital services 24/7 and keeping the City...Read more »
8 years ago, I was pulled over in my employer landscaping pickup( no trailer). I was running late that morning and he surprised me with a vehicle I never drove before which was preloaded with equipment. My License was suspended for this got suspension lifted before paying fine .Pick up truck had... Read more »
So I was on the highway and was pulled over for speeding and failure to use turn signals and for my tints. The cop did not give me a ticket for speeding and gave me a ticket for failure to use turn signals and tints. If i plead not guilty and go to court can he bring up the fact that I was speeding... Read more »
Signal violation (VTL 1163) is an independent violation. Unless you have also been charged with reckless driving (VTL 1212) or following too closely/tailgating (VTL 1129), etc, the fact of speeding itself will not be relevant to your signal violation.
If you were walking and were asked to blow for being intoxicated its different than driving.
Suspended License: Refusing a breathalyzer or chemical test in New York State can result in a 1-year license suspension. ... Civil Fine: Drivers face a fine of $500 for refusing to take a...Read more »
I travelled to Newyork for vacation and got two tickets Avoca Town(speed in zone,failed to use designated lane). I was overtaking a car using the right lane(2 lane freeway) and so the speed was also a little above the limit . It's interrelated but I got two tickets. Kindly help... Read more »
First, 20 miles over the speed limit is more than "a little" above the limit. You list Manhatten as the place, but I do not believe there is any 65 mph zone in Manh. The place you got the ticket is important because NY handles tickets differently in different counties and towns. In some...Read more »
I got the speeding ticket in weschester county. There's a court date on it. Do I need to go and what should I do, plead guilty or not guilty? Since i'm switching my license to Connecticut in a couple weeks will it affect it? Also will points get transfered over?
So if I were you I’d just hire an attorney (my office and others here handle them). Allow an attorney to defend the ticket and or negotiate it down to some kind of infraction to minimize or eliminate any points. The points will follow you so it’s the worst thing to do to plead guilty. Feel...Read more »
In Staten island NY, parked my car at the very end of a bus stop (50 ft from 1st sign) came back to my car and had a Ticket, I noticed a pole to the right of me with a missing sign, there were a line of cars directly behind me, I googled the street and it showed that once there was a bus stop sign... Read more »
You make a valid point with a missing sign, and you provided photos as proof. It could sometimes be difficult to predict exactly how the City will rule, but it looks like you did everything in your power to present a persuasive case. Good luck
Not having a supporting deposition is not grounds for dismissal. You can request one when you send in your not guilty plea. Often, a supporting deposition is the second page of the ticket, sometimes even attached to it. You could try to use the fact that the trooper said it was there but...Read more »
I was pulled over in a 30 MPH zone and the cop said he got me at 61 MPH. I wasn't looking at my radar but from my peripheral vision, I don't believe I was going over 60. I know that in NY that one more MPH is a much larger fine, the cop was trying to bump my ticket up to the next level. I... Read more »
Seriously consider retaining an attorney to negotiate your ticket down to an infraction of some kind. Generally the attorney will appear before for you. Feel free to call my office (or anyone here who handles these matters) and don’t worry too too much! That’s what we are here to do. To take...Read more »
my brother used my information when he was pulled over during a traffic stop and entered a guilty plea for the tickets he received he's now incarcerated and I'm just now finding out about this situation and I just received a ticket in the amount of $776 saying I have to pay it by 10/27 I... Read more »
Would I be correct is saying that if I request discovery from the Prosecutor/State Police Officer and they do not provide me with what I ask, they subsequently would not be allowed to present the previously requested evidence in court?
I think you mean if you request a supporting deposition. Sometimes it's already on the ticket. You're well advised to have an attorney handle this matter for you. I know it may seem funny coming from an attorney. However, very often those prosecuting traffic tickets will negotiate...Read more »
What do you do? Reach out to an attorney for a quick consult. Many attorneys would offer you a free initial consult to outline your options and their fees. You could locate attorneys in or near the county where this happened in the Find-a-Lawyer tab above, or you could search independently online....Read more »
I have a New Jersey license plate and driver's license and I received a uniform traffic ticket a few days back in upstate New York for one of my headlights not functioning. I was told by the police officer that I will have no penalties or points if I can have my headlight bulb replaced and... Read more »
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