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Victor Armando Bernace

New York Speeding / Traffic Ticket Lawyer.

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  1. I went to court a couple of weeks ago to fight a speeding ticket. The judge ask me did I have a witness and i said yes.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Scott E. Feifer
    2. Michael J Palumbo
    3. Terri Beth Kalker
    4. Macy Michelle Jaggers
    5. Victor Armando Bernace
    5 lawyer answers

    I'm assuming this happened at the Bronx DMV, where I work daily at. You make valid points in your questions regarding what appears to be improper procedure by the Administrative Law Judge. NYC dmv trials appear to be "court like" to motorist but unfortunately they aren't real courts in the traditional sense, they are "administrative courts." This means that evidence rules are not really followed slavishly by the administrative law judges. The other lawyers who have answered you are correct...

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  2. Why did I get violation 509-4?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Daniel Alexander Jimenez
    2. Joseph A Lo Piccolo
    3. Michael J Palumbo
    4. Victor Armando Bernace
    4 lawyer answers

    I see this problem all the time at the Bronx DMV. There are two possible reasons why the police never saw the suspension: 1. The Florida violation wasn't yet in the system so it wasn't showing up. Some localities process tickets very slowly. I once had to wait one year just to get a trial date in upstate New York. Your ticket in Florida may have been lost in some Indiana Jones type locker for months, then found and put into the system, letters were sent out to your last known address,...

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  3. Ontario Licensed Driver ticketed for VTL1180(d) violation with Speed at 84 MPH in 65 MPH Zone by New York State Police

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Daniel Alexander Jimenez
    2. Eric Edward Rothstein
    3. Michael J Palumbo
    4. Joseph A Lo Piccolo
    5. Victor Armando Bernace
    5 lawyer answers

    Agree with other lawyers that if you can afford it, you should hire a local lawyer familiar with the court where you will fight the ticket. In New York state, 84/65 or 19 miles over; results in 4 points and if you accumulate 11 points in an 18 month period, could result in suspension at the discretion of a judge/administrative law judge. Many local courthouses allow plea bargaining that could significantly reduce your points and or monetary penalty. An attorney familiar with the judges,...

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