The NYC traffic violations bureau does not plea bargain cases. It's either go to trial or plead guilty. I suggest you consider hiring an experienced traffic lawyer.
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Sounds like you need to get yourself the best Brooklyn Traffic Lawyer you can find. A good lawyer isn't cheap but you want to make sure you get the best results.
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No plea bargaining in NYC. However your situation may not be as bad as you think is. First of all back in 08/30/12 cell phone violations may have still been 3 points instead of the current 5. Secondly you only really have to be worried about suspension if you received other tickets within the same 18 month period of 08/30/12. Contact a traffic ticket attorney with the specifics.
There is no plea bargaining in the Traffic Violations Bureau. You should consider retaing counsel to handle the matter. It is a five point ticket. See:
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No you can't plea bargain in NYC. But it might only be 3 points instead of 5 since the ticket is from 2012. It's trial or plead guilty.
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