Lame Advice From a Lawyer? You Get What Pay For …

Written by Gregory Monte. The Case That Inspired This Post There is a lawyer-based traffic ticket “help” website called AVVO.  Back in 2013 someone posted a question about a ticket he received for allegedly delaying traffic in New Jersey, a violation of 39:4-56. Delaying traffic prohibited: “No person shall drive or conduct a vehicle in such … Continue reading Lame Advice From a Lawyer? You Get What Pay For …

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Ticket for delaying traffic? Here is a way to beat it.

Written by Gregory Monte. The Case That Inspired This Post There is a lawyer-based traffic ticket “help” website called AVVO.  Back in 2013 someone posted a question about a ticket he received for allegedly delaying traffic in New Jersey, a violation of 39:4-56. Delaying traffic prohibited: “No person shall drive or conduct a vehicle in such … Continue reading Ticket for delaying traffic? Here is a way to beat it.

Obstructed Windshield Ticket? Police Have the Burden of Proof.

Written by Gregory Monte. This post is a follow up to last week’s discussion about whether a motorist can get a ticket for hanging an air freshener from his rear-view mirror – A Traffic Ticket for Hanging an Air-Freshener Off Your Rear-View Mirror? After reviewing many court decisions, it appears that there is really only one possible … Continue reading Obstructed Windshield Ticket? Police Have the Burden of Proof.

A Traffic Ticket for Hanging an Air-Freshener Off Your Rear-View Mirror?

Written by Gregory Monte. Many states have motor vehicle statutes that prohibit drivers from hanging items off the rear view mirror of a vehicle.  In this post I cite several examples to illustrate the many ways that the law can be written.  Some are clear and straightforward (Vermont) and some are as vague as they come … Continue reading A Traffic Ticket for Hanging an Air-Freshener Off Your Rear-View Mirror?