At least once a week I’ll hear from a client or prospective client dealing with an open traffic violation that he’s going to reach out through a friend or relative to the police officer who issued him a traffic ticket.
Typically, I have no problem with that. In most case … Read More
Nearly 10% of the patrol officers who typically issue summonses in Nassau County have engaged in a yearlong slowdown. Parking and moving violations were down 20% from 2010 to 2011 and are likely down approximately 28% overall by this year’s end.
The decline in summonses is will cost the county … Read More
AT&T sponsored a legitimate competition to create an app that helps reduce distracted driving and an 11 year old girl beat a field of professional developers to win the $20,000 prize. The money will go towards further development and marketing of the app.
Victoria Walker, a sixth grader, showed a … Read More
We don’t fight parking tickets, but I thought this was a great example of the lack of common sense and/or desire to do the right thing that we’ll see from a small percentage of the enforcement officers out there in certain situations.
I read an article today about a man arrested on drunk driving charges who hasn’t had a valid license since 1979 and who was driving with 23 suspensions on his license when he was stopped on the recent charges.
The story was an excellent example of how some situations involving … Read More