The Issue with PBA Cards in NYC

 

The City of New York employs the biggest police force in the nation, with nearly 35,000 uniformed officers on the payroll. For better or worse Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to increase that number under his Vision Zero Initiative. While more cops patrolling may cut down on traffic violations, Read More


Free Programs for Veterans in New York

 

Military veterans volunteered to risk their lives to protect the freedom of those back home. In honor of their service to the United States, there are several programs in New York that offer free benefits to veterans. Here are just a few:

Employment Benefits

  • Civil Service preferences: Qualified

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Woman Grateful Husband Got Ticket

It stands to reason that very few people are pleased when they receive a traffic citation. Depending on the nature of the charge, a citation could mean points on a license and heavy fines that one would rather not pay. A woman in Delaware felt the opposite, and she even Read More


Pay Your Ticket with an App?

Not every person chooses to fight a traffic ticket in court. For some, it doesn’t make financial sense. For others, time in court means time away from work and a day without pay. No matter the reason, sometimes paying a citation just makes more sense.

In today’s world, there are Read More


What Happens to that Cash You Pay for a Citation?

You are pulled over by an officer as you are traveling down the highway. You thought your day was going to be a good one and now it just took a turn for the worse. You receive a citation and decide to pay it to avoid what you believe will Read More


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