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How Do You Get a Traffic Ticket Reduced in NY?

04 Nov How Do You Get a Traffic Ticket Reduced in NY?

If you’ve been pulled over and received a traffic ticket in NY, your first concern might be getting that ticket off your record. That’s not always easy, though, and you might be worried that you have no chance for a full dismissal. That doesn’t mean...

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Appealing a Traffic Violations Bureau Ticket Conviction

19 Sep Appealing a Traffic Violations Bureau Ticket Conviction

When you’re issued a ticket in NYC, you might already be prepared to fight it and get those charges dropped. What happens when you lose, though? Fortunately, you still have a chance to appeal a traffic violation bureau ticket conviction. It can be tough to...

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How Do I Fight a Red Light Ticket in New York?

28 Aug How Do I Fight a Red Light Ticket in New York?

Navigating intersections is complex, and traffic lights aren’t perfect. Between dangerous drivers, lights that aren’t synced, and other factors, getting through an intersection without a car crash can be tough. Sadly, you might have been pulled over right after that and ticketed.  So, how do you...

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23 Jul How to Fight a Ticket for Speeding in a Work Zone in NY

Work zones can be risky for both drivers and workers. That's why work zones have such strict speed limits. However, those speed limits can leave you facing a ticket with harsh penalties, like fines or even a suspended license.  Worse, you might not be certain how...

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02 Jul Ways to Fight a Stop Sign Ticket in New York

When you have been pulled over and issued a stop sign ticket, you’re likely pretty frustrated. You were just given a ticket that could hurt your finances and your future. A traffic ticket might not seem too serious, but the penalties can add up to...

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26 Jun How Much Will My New York Speeding Ticket Cost?

A speeding ticket can be frustrating and costly. You might not believe you were even speeding, but you were still issued a ticket, which means a court appearance and possible effects on your license and finances. That can be difficult to deal with after your...

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