And am I still responsible for paying tickets in question. Plus I was told I can fight theses tickets because I have been under drs care for sometime now that the appellate judge is the 1 who decides this only
Contact the City Marshall about your car: http://www1.nyc.gov/site/marshals/marshals/city-marshals.page
Contact the NYC Dept. of Finance about the tickets: http://www1.nyc.gov/site/finance/vehicles/forms-individual.pageSee question
My partner was suppose to be release December 8 of 2016 he was written up for a charge he didn't do. They found him innocent. For the ticket write. Up and he is still being held
Every county has an assigned counsel panel or legal aid. Go to the county bar association of the county where your relative is locked up and inquire of them of the name and number for the legal aid law firm that can represent him.See question
I was making a right turn at a main intersection on queens blvd. The light was green and I slowly proceeded into the intersection. I was angled very slightly towards the street I was turning onto. I stopped and waited for all pedestrians to cross ...
Every single ticket is defendable. The cop wrote you under the City Ordinance instead of the vehicle and traffic code, but if you are found guilty it is a point moving violation that will trigger insurance increases nonetheless.
The difference in defending a New York City cell phone ticket is that the court system is different in the 5 boroughs of New York. Outside of New York City traffic cases are heard in either city or justice courts with elected judges. In NYC the court is not a justice court but an administrative court run by the NYS DMV. This means that the speeding tickets are heard not by elected officials but by judges whom are employees of the DMV. They are known as “Administrative Law Judges.”
The challenge this creates is that the New York City Traffic Violations Bureau Court has a no plea bargaining policy. This means that unlike in a justice court where we can plea bargain to have a case dismissed, in NYC every case goes to trial. Moreover, there are less procedural safeguards in the New York City traffic courts. Unlike in the city and justice courts, in NYC one cannot:
• Plea bargain
• Conduct discovery
• Make written motions
To ensure that our clients who are found guilty still do not suffer an insurance increase, the name of the game is delay, delay, delay…. Adjourn the trial as long as possible. This keeps you clean as long as possible. And by the time your case goes to trial, usually 1 to 2 years after the date the ticket was written, we have already gotten you past substantial part, or all of, the period that your insurance could have been increased.
When you retain counsel you don't even have to go to court we go for you. Choose a lawyer by checking out their profiles here. Choose a lawyer that specializes in traffic ticket defense and has hundreds of positive online testimonials. Best of luck!See question
I was married,ex wife had a child from another man. I signed the birth certificate. Now this was in 2003. Since the child's birth i've only seen him 2 times. Only as a baby. The child doesnt know me or if he sees me wouldn't know who i am. Now i u...
Your chances are slim to none. You're lucky it's only $50.00 a week. By kicking the hornet's nest you may end up with an upward modification as well.See question
So I was driving to a Bible study, focusing on the road and GPS on where to make my turns, I guess I went over the speed limit, not noticing of clumsy me going 20 over, as soon as I saw the lights I pulled over. Also on the citation it either say...
You say nothing. Hire a lawyer and let him do your talking.See question
moving violation postponed once already
Yes - and no. So the answer is maybe. This is why you should retain counsel. They will do all of this for you without the need for you to personally appear in court.See question
i am now sick. have not made a will
When you say "separated," are you LEGALLY separated or have just lived apart for the last 25 years. There is a huge difference.See question
I have a 2009 stipulation with a doctor that was making less than 118k and my daughter is in college. I have just found out that he had a major inheritance over 200k and lives in a 1 million dollar home he paid for in cash. I can prove he makes in...
It sounds like your daughter has aged out for the non-custodial parent to be liable to the custodial parent for child support. If however you are claiming that in 2009 he submitted false financial disclosures to calculate his support at less than what it should have been that's a different story. You can and should retain an attorney and a forensic accountant to open up the issue, investigate, and hold him in contempt of court and liable for retroactive payments. However, if everything was truthfully disclosed and since 2009 he has amassed fortunes when not married to you, the time to move for an upward modification of child support would have been back then. You cannot do it now having in essence "buyer's remorse" for not seeking more when your child was unemancipated.. So the only way you would be entitled to anything at this point is if either your child is not yet emancipated, or if you could prove fraud in the 2009 financial disclosures.See question
I got my second dwi in ct but my prior was in ny and they said i got to do mandatory jail time is there a chance to avoid it?
Jail is on the table. Retain counsel.See question
I was driving and was talking to my doctor on my speaker phone cuz my blue tooth on my car had just broke that day. A cop pulled me over and I still had the nurse on the phone( always on speaker) and I told the cop that it's my doct, cuz I'm late ...
Yes you can. All tickets are contestable, as it is the people's burden to prove the case. They have to prove each and every element of the infraction by clear and convincing evidence; to wit: That the vehicle was in motion, that the phone was being used, and that it's use was at or in the immediate proximity of your ear. If they cannot prove all the elements the ticket must be dismissed and you get zero points. So focus your cross examination on the elements of the infraction. Good luck!See question