The NYC City Council approved a bill on Monday (11/16/09) that would provide a five-minute grace period to drivers who are late to feed a muni-meter or move their cars on street-cleaning days. The five-minute period would apply to muni-meters, which control parking spaces and issue a receipt stating the … Read More
1. There are no right turns on a red light in NYC. If there is a sign there specifically stating that such a turn is allowed, then it’s allowed. Otherwise, it is prohibited in all five boroughs. “I didn’t know” won’t cut it in court should it come to that.… Read More
We know traffic tickets can be damaging. Insurance, fine, surcharges and potential suspension are always concerns and bring hundreds of potential clients to our office each month. Now, in a sudden and unexpected boon to traffic ticket lawyers throughout New York, you can add felony larceny and robbery charges to … Read More
Getting a traffic ticket in New York can be a lot like buying jewelry or antiques. Unless you have a trained eye, it’s almost impossible to know what to expect to pay. Drivers should never assume they know what a traffic ticket will cost in fines, surcharges and other penalties … Read More
No driver or officer can deny the fact that there are inherent differences between men and women. However, a recent study shows that these differences are unlikely to alter the chances of simply receiving a warning instead of a ticket when pulled over.