Something is inconsistent. If they did not have your plea on record, then a judgment would have been entered against you initially for non-appearance. I would recommend that you requisition the file and review all markings and papers.
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I don't know if the constitutional speedy trial right applies to a parking ticket like it does to a moving violation. Interesting issue.
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Four years is not bad for Nassau County. Check out the article at the link provided below.
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