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Should I Plead Guilty or No Contest With My Traffic Ticket?

The first rule of thumb is before entering a plea to any traffic ticket, you should speak to an experienced traffic attorney. As a general rule, you should not immediately plead guilty to a traffic ticket. New York does not have “no contest” plea on the simplified traffic information (Uniform Traffic Ticket), although there can Read on…

What To Do If You Get A Work Zone Speeding Ticket?

When one receives a speeding violation in either New York, the consequences of the charge and possible conviction can have serious ramifications upon the motorist’s driving record, insurance premiums, and livelihood. If the motorist receives three (3) speeding convictions within an 18 month period, this scenario will subject the motorist to a six-month license revocation Read on…

Can A Traffic Ticket Be Dismissed In New York If They Put A Middle Initial On A Ticket And You Don’t Have One?

Generally speaking, certain ministerial errors on the face of an accusatory instrument (i.e. traffic ticket) can be cured upon refiling within the time frame permitted by statute. If the ticket is issued to a person who otherwise meets the description (i.e. height, weight, eye color, license ID number) of the motorist, but an erroneous middle Read on…

When Is It Worth It To Contest Or Fight A Ticket?

As it goes with most questions in life, there isn’t always a simple answer. This question is no different. Generally speaking, it is worth it to contest or fight a traffic ticket. In a vast majority of cases, you are better served by having your case handled by an experienced traffic violations attorney. Depending upon Read on…