I am representing a motorist who was pulled over for a two point insufficient turn signal violation. He came to me with a receipt for repair of a broken turn signal and wanted to argue that this wasn’t a failure to signal (two points) but a mere broken light equipment … Read More
As many know, there is an ongoing “ticket fixing” scandal within the NYPD (NYC Ticket Fixing Scandal). Unfortunately, a number of motorists and officers who had nothing to do with it are getting caught up in the aftermath of the scandal.
Officers at the Traffic Violations Bureau are … Read More
I am approached by numerous motorists every day for assistance on various NY traffic tickets and driving related matters. I spoke with a gentleman recently who made the mistake of not properly handling tickets he received as a result of an auto accident. … Read More
I am often asked, “why should I hire an attorney?”. My general response is that we know the officers, the judges, and what the officer is required to say in order to meet his or her burden. Thus, we know when the officer has made a mistake. An unrepresented motorist … Read More
We were able to get a Driving Off Truck Route ticket dismissed today at the TVB for a commercial driver client of ours. In NYC, any truck with more than 2 axles and 6 wheels must travel only on a valid truck route and is permitted to drive off the … Read More
He was undeterred by the many speeding tickets he was issued over the years and the numerous driving related legal matters he dealt with. He continued to drive the way he liked to drive and ultimately this cost him his life.… Read More
The Brooklyn North Traffic Violations Bureau (TVB) is a NYS administrative agency (part of the DMV) that handles NYC traffic tickets issued in parts of Brooklyn. The TVB system overall has a number of courts and handles traffic tickets issued in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and the Bronx as … Read More
Governor Cuomo plans to introduce a bill to toughen existing laws prohibiting drivers from texting or use of portable electronic devices while driving. The bill closes loopholes and adds stricter penalties for distracted driving, which contributes to more than 10,000 crashes per year in New York state.