I believe the fine is $150 plus $88 surcharge and 3 points on your license. You could even get 15 days in jail for this. The penalties increase significantly if you have another stop sign conviction within 18 months.
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It is 50 + 88. No jail time.
The fine is $138 and 3 points. The TVB in Queens are decent Courts. You should plead not guilty and let a skilled attorney help you.
The fine is set by the judge and has a max cap of $150, plus a mandatory surcharge of $88. So, the most you will pay for this ticket is $238. But, the violation carries points that you should beware of. You should always fight your moving violations.
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