As reported yesterday, New York City completed a 24-hour ticket blitz issuing 9,016 cell tickets. Normally, only around 500 cell phone tickets are issued in a day. While cell phone tickets carries 0 points, they result in a $120 fine plus possible auto insurance increases. Reporter Edgar Sandavol was reporting the blitz for the Daily News when his cell phone rang. He answered it and, then, promptly was pulled over for violating the law he was reporting on. Look for stricker cell phone enforcement in the future.
NYC Traffic Ticket Blitz Results In Over 9,000 Cell Phone Tickets
Matthew J. Weiss, Esq. graduated Hofstra Law School in 1984. He was Law Review and won the law school’s prestigious Procedure Award. Upon graduation, he became one of the first Hofstra Law School graduates to work at the New York State Court of Appeals (New York State’s highest court) working on various appellate matters.
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