63 Alerts From the TICKET FIGHTING Tag


How I Fought a $50 NYC Red-Light Camera Ticket from 1400 Miles Away (and made them earn it): NMA E-Newsletter #453

By T.A. Beckett, NMA Arkansas Member Editor’s Note: Mr. Beckett is not an attorney but his mother was a trial lawyer in the New York City area who also taught legal writing and courtroom practice at Hofstra University. He notes that from age 16 until the time he graduated college, he spent time watching her […]

Criminal Traffic Court is the Best Option: NMA E-Newsletter #450

Whose side are we on anyway? The NMA objects when cities lower the traffic court bar, downgrading routine moving violations from criminal to civil offenses while also issuing lesser fines and eliminating points against defendant driving records. Again, why would we do that? To answer those questions, look no further than the example of jurisprudence […]

Changing Your Perspective: NMA E-Newsletter #361

In football, it pays to scout the competition. The same holds true when it comes to fighting tickets. With that in mind, we’d like to review some interesting articles we found on policeone.com, which is a news and information site targeted toward police officers. The site is definitely worth a look because the content reflects […]

Royalties for Prince George’s County: NMA E-Newsletter #355

In our May 2014 ranking of states by how they treat motorists, Maryland didn’t fare well. It came in fifth worst – not counting the District of Columbia – behind only New York, Delaware, New Jersey, and Vermont.  Law Enforcement Tactics was the scoring category most instrumental to Maryland’s poor ranking. The state earned only […]

Some Pointers on Driver’s License Points: NMA E-Newsletter #352

One of the most common questions we get from members is how many points will a given violation add to their driving record. It’s an important question, but it’s not the only one to ask after you get a traffic ticket. You also need to know how many points it takes to trigger a license […]