What to do when the cop threatens to “call the dog” to search your car

So you’ve been pulled over in NY for speeding, and for one reason or another the cop decides to go on a fishing expedition looking for drugs. Classic police questioning… Read more »

Have you been charged with NYC Administrative Code 3-108, violation of an emergency provision? If so contact us today!

Amid this covid pandemic New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, as well as New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, issued emergency executive orders mandating that non-essential retail businesses shut down…. Read more »

US Supreme Court rules in favor of State that a police officer can pull over a vehicle when a running of the plate indicates that the registered owner’s license is revoked

In the groundbreaking case of Kansas v. Glover, 589 U.S. _______ (2020), published on April 6, 2020, the Supreme Court ruled that when a vehicle license plate is run and… Read more »

Our law firm appears in court for you so that you do not have to personally appear

This is going to be a very brief blog article, because this added value to the legal services our NY State speeding and traffic ticket defense firm provides is already… Read more »

Were you or one of your kids one of the hundreds of people ticketed for underage drinking in the Sip & Sail Tavern in Oneonta, NY?

On November 16, 2019 over 200 people were detained, searched, questioned, and arrested at the Sip & Sail Tavern in Oneonta, NY and charged with possession of a fictitious license… Read more »

Fighting speeding tickets received in Albany County and New York’s capital region

Our law office covers the entire state of New York. A high volume of speeding ticket, NY VTL § 1180, following too close tickets, NY VTL § 1129, cell phone… Read more »

Florida’s cell phone and electronic device use while driving laws

Inasmuch as many of our New York traffic ticket clients are either Florida residents or spend a substantial amount of time in Florida, we found it fitting to do an… Read more »

Under NYC’s Vision Zero initiative to reduce traffic accident injuries and fatalities, Speed limits are being lowered in Brooklyn in 2020

In NYC, the maximum speed limit is 50 MPH, and the default speed limit, which means the speed unless otherwise posted, is 25 MPH. In early 2020 the NYC DOT… Read more »