New York Traffic Ticket Advice

A blog by Adam Rosenblum

Speeding Enforcement Not a Top Priority in Buffalo

by Adam Rosenblum on July 24, 2015 in New-York-traffic-tickets,news

Speeding tickets are known both in New York and nationally as a method of safety enforcement, but also as an effective way to raise revenue. New York was recently ranked as the third worst state for speeding tickets.  However, a surprising new report shows that for the Buffalo Police Department, speeding enforcement might not be […]

Operation Work Brake Crackdown in Effect in New York

by Adam Rosenblum on July 17, 2015 in New-York-traffic-tickets

If you drove on the New York Thruway this week, you may have noticed an abundance of police officers. New York State Police Troop T announced a five-day ticket blitz targeting aggressive driving and speeding near construction zones (VTL 1180f), entitled Operation Work Brake. The blitz began on Monday, July 13 and will continue through […]

New Traffic Court Allows for Plea Bargains in Buffalo, NY

by Adam Rosenblum on July 16, 2015 in news,TVB

On July 1, 2015, the Traffic Violations Agency officially opened at Buffalo City Hall, which means drivers in Buffalo are now able to plea bargain their traffic tickets. Initially proposed over a year ago, the legislation for the traffic court was finally approved by state lawmakers and Governor Cuomo just last month. While the surrounding […]