It was dark night and was never caught and home in bed when they brought me to station to “pick up my wallet “ my girlfriend had reported the car stolen and I was home in bed. They questioned us both and neither admitted or confessed. They let us go and didn’t even arraign me or anything. All... Read more »
I have a court case where I was "speeding 41 over" which is the exact amount for automatic suspension. Officer pulled me over and was immediately annoyed about a sticker on my windshield. He told me to take it off my windshield and to never put it on even though it was from a PBA... Read more »
Sorry for the situation. If you received the speeding ticket in NYC and that's the only ticket you got, then your case will be heard in the place called "Traffic Violations Bureau (TVB)" which looks like another court but it's actually an administrative "agency" run by...Read more »
I got ticket speeding in work zone with 6 points. Now I have received info back and they are offering to lower it to parking in front of fire hydrant and 0 points. Do I say guilty and accept or say innocent and wait for court date? They sent plea via mail due to COVID pandemic.
It depends on your situation. Do you have a valid defense such as you were not the operator? Assuming that the speeding charge (6 points) is valid (meaning that the officer has proper training to assess your speed visually, etc) and you are likely to lose the case, then taking the plea offer may...Read more »
The first thing you may want to do is contact the DMV and get the details surrounding the FTA or contact a traffic attorney in NY. Many traffic attorney in NY often have access to DMV system so s/he should be able to give you some additional information.
If your inspection sticker expired after March 31, 2020, you had until 12/1/2020 to get your inspection. But you needed to go to court to fight it. You could try to reopen the case. Contact a local attorney.
I was given a ticket for VTL-1111D1 by an officer claiming I passed a red light. he was sitting at the corner of the intersection which already has a traffic camera. I entered the intersection when it was still yellow light but the intersection was wide (4 lines) so by the time I passes it... Read more »
Whether you have a case is, unfortunately, not the real issue. This is an administrative tribunal. The judge is an employee of the agency and is pressured to find people guilty. Your proof would have to be so overwhelming that the judge would be willing to jeopardize his job to find you not...Read more »
I was stopped today due to a car riding to close so I sped up to get him away from me cop clocked me at 86 in a 65. When he turned on lights I took exit ramp an pulled over when safe as I had my child in car. I told him immediately my license is suspended. He still proceeded to have me drive my... Read more »
The police officer's reason to stop you was the alleged speeding and your license was suspended at that time. That's how you would have received the summons for both speeding and operation while suspended. The officer's request to move your car after that won't change the...Read more »
What kind of type your "electric scooter" is must be addressed. Assuming that it's an e-scooter, there is a speed restriction in NYC. If you go above the speed limit, then it can be a violation. You won't need a plate for it. It cannot be registered in NYC, so no license plate...Read more »
The fact you were unable to physically move your car will probably not be a defense to dismiss the ticket. However, sometimes, a parking ticket is written defectively (missing some info or containing inaccurate description, etc.), which can be a ground for dismissal. Also, you can dispute the...Read more »
The common route taken in your situation will be filing a motion to vacate with the court which basically asks the court to "undo" your plea to the original charge. In local courts (town courts, village courts, etc), the judge has the discretion to grant (allow) or deny (refuse) the...Read more »
I got pulled over last week in NYC for seat belt violation the officer printed one ticket and few days later i went online to plea and pay it but i saw two same tickets for same violation and i also received them by mail, that should definitely be an error by dmv, what should i do about it? thanks!
Seat belt violations in NY can be tricky. If the duplicate tickets are indeed 2 sets of the same ticket (same summons#, same violation sections, same locations, same officer, same issuance time), then there is a chance that they were issued in error, but if not, there maybe a legitimate reason you...Read more »
The cop didn't had any possible view of the alleged light I crossed.
He made assumption based on the other light that changed, but he didn't physically saw the exactly light I allegedly crossed. He gave me ticket, is it a defense to say that cop didn't see my light and had no... Read more »
Seatbelt offense can be tricky. It's likely that you get 2 points assessed on your NJ license for the seatbelt offense in NY even though you can get assessed more points if a NY driver in NYS depending on the ages of the parties involved in the offense.
I got a ticket for registration and inspection being expired. But the license plate number on the ticket is my old license plate from years ago. I don’t know how they got those plate numbers because it hasnt been my license plates for years. It’s not on my registration ticket. No I wasn’t... Read more »
I got pulled over by an unmarked PA State Trooper (the ticket says he was in a marked vehicle). He verbally told me I was going 64 in a 55, then issued me a ticket for 60 in a 55 to "do me a favor" since I otherwise have a clean driving record. In the confidential info section, he tries... Read more »
Thank you for your question. From the facts listed, it appears that you received a ticket in Pennsylvania and asked your question in an area for New York Speeding and Traffic Ticket Attorneys. With regard to whether or not you should fight the ticket, it would be a good idea to first reach out to...Read more »
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