Sometimes a person is issued a traffic ticket and they don’t necessarily disagree with the officer’s charge that a violation was committed. Nevertheless, in many jurisdictions there are procedures available that enable someone charged with a violation to plead not guilty and potentially negotiate away some or all of the … Read More
If you’ve ever driven through the pedestrian, traffic sign, construction and congestion laden streets of New York City, you can imagine how hard it must be to drive in NYC for a living and to do so safely. Despite all the obstacles, TLC license holder William Adebrese has managed quite … Read More
A man was charged with assault and harassment on a uniformed traffic agent in Port Richmond on October 4. The attack was made because the man was angry over the agent issuing the man’s girlfriend a ticket.
According to reports, the 27-year-old man looked for the ticket agent after … Read More
It’s rare for the highest court in any state to review matters involving a $75 dispute but that’s exactly what has happened in Iowa where a traffic infraction matter has moved through the judicial system all the way to the Iowa Supreme Court.
A recent in the news item discussed an intersection in Queens where people believe they are forced into the box and then issued citations for blocking the intersection. More people have since stepped forward claiming that they, too, consider themselves victims of similar unfair enforcement.
If you’ve driven in New York City, you know what “Don’t block the box” signs mean. You’ll find them at busy intersections and, if you are like most drivers, you will heed the warning on the sign. Unfortunately, some people in Queens say they can’t avoid breaking the law, … Read More
People are pulled over and cited for traffic violations every day. It doesn’t matter whether you are traveling down a one lane road or a major highway. If your foot is a bit too heavy on the gas, you run the risk of being pulled over by a man or … Read More
Move through any major city and you are likely to encounter at least one bike messenger. These people are often in business for themselves, pedaling deliveries from business to business. These men and women can ride nearly 50 miles a day in a business where speed equals money.
If you have an extra $100 to burn, maybe you won’t mind getting a parking ticket in New York City. If you are like most people, however, you would rather spend that money elsewhere. Here are some real ways that you can avoid a traffic ticket in a city that … Read More