If you plead "Not Guilty", and you should, you will be notified by the Court of a day to appear. Generally, you will meet with a prosecutor, who may or may not offer you a reduction.
Often, an attorney can handle cases like this without the need of having you appear in court.
2 point violation on your driving record.
You can plead it down to a 0 point parking ticket yourself or send a attorney to go for you.
This is not legal advice. If order to give you legal advice i would need to see the Tickets and talk to the court first. Good luck:)
If you were not "wrong" i.e. not guilty, don't plead guilty. Get an attorney and fight it with defenses you and the attorney identify, discuss, and agree upon. All moving violations have points, and you can check the exact penalties on the NYS DMV web site.
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