Early Morning Runner Upset After Getting Ticket In Central ParkEarly-morning joggers have been advised to beware that exercising in Central Park before 6 a.m. could result in a run-in with the law.
'Safe Surrender' Event Leads To Dismissal Of Warrants, TicketsHundreds of people had their warrants and summons dismissed in Brooklyn Saturday, during a Safe Surrender event.
Elderly Queens Woman Hit By Minivan Remains CriticalPolice arrested the driver on an outstanding warrant for another matter. He was also issued a summons for careless driving.
NYC Officials Express Difficulty Enforcing Dog Clean-Up RulesThirty-three years after it went into effect, the city's pooper scooper law is widely being ignored. But who, exactly, is to blame?
NYC To Fight Unicyclist Kyle Peterson's LawsuitPeterson 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.
Woman, 80, Fined For Throwing Out NewspaperThe 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.
Man Sues NYC Over Unicycle SpatCity code prohibits bicycle riding on sidewalks. But the suit says the law only refers to a "two- or three-wheeled device."
Nassau County Officials Authorizing Car Bootings
Brooklyn Family Battles City Over Driveway SummonsAn elderly Brooklyn couple ticketed by the city for having a driveway that is too wide says the city is responsible for the alteration.