It is not ok for you to block a driveway unless it is your own. This means that you must be able to prove that the address where the ticket was issued is the same address where you live. If you cannot do that you may want to get a notarized letter from the person who has control over the driveway indicating that s/he gives you permission to park there. This isn’t a slam dunk but the best chance you have at beating the ticket.Ask a similar question
I think it's a valid defense and you should fight the ticket!
Joseph A. Lo Piccolo, Esq.
Immediate Past President, Criminal Courts Bar Association 11'-12'
Hession Bekoff & Lo Piccolo
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Garden City, NY 11530
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I believe that if you were able to prove that it was your driveway, or as you indicated that the owner, in essence, gave you permission to obstruct, then you could get out of it. You'd have to go to court with good proof, maybe a deed and the owner!Ask a similar question