New York Traffic Ticket Advice

A blog by Adam Rosenblum

NYC DAs Get 640,000 Arrest Warrants for Petty Offenses Tossed

by Adam Rosenblum on August 28, 2017 in news

Hundreds of thousands of people have been given a clean slate in New York City. Four of NYC’s five district attorneys vacated warrants for failing to pay tickets for minor offenses a decade or more ago. In total, 640,000 arrest warrants were tossed for individuals who had been cited for “quality of life” offenses, such […]

DWI Crackdown Expected Through Labor Day Weekend

by Adam Rosenblum on August 28, 2017 in news

For many New Yorkers, Labor Day Weekend marks the final weekend before the start of a new school year. For state and local law enforcement officials, however, it means enhanced vigilance for drunk driving and other traffic violations. Starting Friday, Sept. 1 through Monday, Sept. 4, police will be increasing patrols and setting up DWI […]

Expired License, Suspended License, or No License at All: Which is Worse?

by Adam Rosenblum on August 15, 2017 in news

If you frequent this blog, you likely understand that driving on a suspended or revoked license can carry serious consequences. However, is there a difference between driving on a suspended license and driving on an expired license – or worse, without ever having obtained a license at all? Of the three scenarios, which is the […]