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Zev Goldstein
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New York Traffic Ticket Lawyer
New York Traffic Ticket Lawyer

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This is absurd, because every single criminal defendant stopped by a roadblock is entitled to receive a copy of the police roadblock guidelines.

People v. Ingle, 36 N.Y.2d 413 (1975).
People v. Scott, 63 N.Y.2d 518 (1984).

If criminal defendants are being denied a copy of these guidelines the AG should be investigating the Courts as well.
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Tioga County is very difficult with speeding tickets.
Call us Jeanine, we handle tickets in the Nichols Town Court.
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Imagine how much NYC will make by letting the TVB go?
Rochester is making another $2 Million a year.
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If you hold a NY firearm permit, you may have to re-certify by January 1, 2018.
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As we reach 1,000 signatures we added the names and email addresses of the New York City Council Members. Unfortunately, we don't have email addresses for all 51 members. As the campaign progresses and awareness grows we will continue to reach out directly to the NYC Council Members. We will then start adding the NYS legislators in Albany.
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A New York traffic ticket judge is censured for trying to fix a traffic ticket in a nearby court.

The Honorable James Aluzzi is the Judge of the Volney Town Court Judge. He asked the Court Clerk of the Fulton City Court to ask judge Hawthorne to dismiss a friend's window tint ticket. Judge Hawthorne forked Judge Aluzzi over to the authorities resulting in the public admonishment.

Both Judges sit in Oswego County where relatively minor traffic tickets are treated seriously compared to other counties in New York State.
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NYC is settling a class action for people who were issued a "pink" summons without probable to fill NYPD quotas.

Pink summons are answered in criminal court and are considered more serious than "yellow" traffic tickets and "orange" parking tickets.

In order to receive compensation you must fill out a forum and submit it to the court.

The City of New York has agreed to pay up to $150 dollars per incident for individuals who received a Criminal Court Summons by an NYPD officer, whose summons was dismissed by the court for facial or legal insufficiency and lacked probable cause from the start of the class period, May 25, 2007, through January 25, 2017.
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