I also received a yellow ticket with the info hand written with no supporting deposition attached, which is interesting because usually they print it automatically and everything is typed up. The ticket also does not have an area to request a supp. depo.
I'm wondering if maybe the cop never filed with the court and just assumed ill plea guilty and then it would be in the system after I mail it in, I'd rather not do that. If I keep attempting to plea not guilty online and it never appears in the system can I just keep ignoring it. I'd rather get away with it then plea not guilty because the ticket if for 67 in a 45 and the points might suspend my license
First, when did you get this summons? POs very rarely neglect to file summonses. You need to answer the summons in 15 days, otherwise it will catch up with you in the form of a missed hearing and scofflaw notice. If you would prefer, you can go to the DMV and inquire about the summons first. Save a readable copy of the original summons for yourself or your lawyer.
You should NOT take a chance and should respond within the legal time frame required to do so...
You are used to getting tickets outside of NYC where it is issued on white glossy paper with and usually along with a supporting deposition. Tickets within NYC are adjudicated administratively in the Traffic Violations Bureau. Supporting depositions are no issued nor is there a right to receive one. If it is not in the system it means nothing. It usually takes a least a few weeks to hit the system and can take months system. You probably want to retain a local traffic ticket attorney because this is a somewhat serious 6 point speeding ticket.
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