Hundreds of people had their warrants and summons dismissed in Brooklyn Saturday, during a Safe Surrender event.
Police arrested the driver on an outstanding warrant for another matter. He was also issued a summons for careless driving.
Thirty-three years after it went into effect, the city’s pooper scooper law is widely being ignored. But who, exactly, is to blame?
Peterson filed a $3 million lawsuit against the city claiming his rights were violated because he was riding on one wheel and ticketed for riding on two.
The City waste bin looks like a trash can and certainly smells like one, treat it like one and you’re likely to get hit with a hefty fine.
City code prohibits bicycle riding on sidewalks. But the suit says the law only refers to a "two- or three-wheeled device."
MINEOLA, N.Y. (WCBS 880) – Nassau County lawmakers are taking steps to punish its red light runners. The lawmakers are authorizing traffic enforcers to boot the vehicles of those who ignore red light camera summonses, […]
An elderly Brooklyn couple ticketed by the city for having a driveway that is too wide says the city is responsible for the alteration.