Don’t Pay Your Citation Before You Check It Carefully

Many people in New York choose to pay a citation once they receive it. They may believe an attorney is too expensive and that it would be simply cheaper to pay the fine. Others don’t have the time to spend in traffic court fighting the ticket. No matter the reason Read More


How Your Junior License Could Get Suspended

 

Few teen experiences are more exciting than learning how to drive. It’s the first taste of freedom after being driven around by mom and dad for your whole life. In New York, there are a two kinds of licenses you must hold before you can get your full-fledged driver’s Read More


Ticket in DC Could Cost You Big

Lawmakers in Washington, DC, and we don’t mean the federal ones, wanted to impose a fine on drivers who exceeded speed limits on city streets by more than 25 miles per hour. The fine was set to be $1,000. While the proposal is still on the books, the cost isn’t. Read More


How to Beat a Cell Phone Ticket in NY

 

New York is very serious about it’s cell phone use driving laws, taking what was a zero point ticket just a few years ago and then raising it to two, then three and finally the current five points on your driving record.   Sometimes it seems that even thinking about Read More


Excessive Punishment for Financial Woes

Drivers in California are losing their licenses. Those licenses are not being taken because they are poor drivers or because they have caused accidents, but because they couldn’t afford to pay minor traffic tickets. Lawmakers are discussing what, for example, a busted headlight has to do with someone’s ability to Read More


Lexi Jackson Wins TicketHelp Safe Driver Scholarship

 

Feifer & Greenberg, LLC is proud to announce that Lexi Jackson has been awarded the TicketHelp Safe Driver Scholarship, worth $1,000. When Lexi was 11, she faced a horror no child should endure: Her father was involved in a near-fatal car wreck. In a fit of road rage, he Read More


NJ Mayor Going to Court Over Traffic Stop

The relationship between Hillside Mayor Angela Garretson and the city’s police department is strained, to say the least. Last summer, she was pulled over by the township’s union president. That encounter lasted under 40 seconds. A day after the traffic stop, however, she was issued five traffic summonses — all Read More


NYC Residents to Face More Tickets

One of the biggest initiatives enacted by New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has been the Vision Zero traffic safety plan. Under this plan, he has sought the goal of reducing the number of accidents and other incidents on New York’s roads. Now, Mayor de Blasio is stepping up the Read More


Rochester Residents Still Owe Millions in Tickets

In 2010, the city of Rochester made the decision to install red light cameras throughout the area. Since then, Mayor Lovely Warren said, the program had the tendency to impact the zip codes with the highest poverty rates. As such, the city decided not to renew its contract with Redflex Read More