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The result of pleading not guilty is always better than just mailing in the fine and accepting whatever fate the court decides to levy on you. If you plead not guilty, the worst that can happen is that you get hit with minimal court costs, waste some time, and end up getting whatever it was that they would have given you if you pleaded guilty in the first place. Learn what it takes to win your case by reading this article.
December 8, 2004 was a very sad day in the world of music as that was the day “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott was murdered, while he was literally playing guitar on stage.
We’ve all heard of the term parking on pavement but so few of us actually know what the true definition is. The only frame of reference most people have is when they are offered this conspicuous charge when faced with a speeding ticket or some other moving violation. Section 1201 of the New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law defines Parking on pavement a certain way. This article will help you understand.
When one gets a traffic ticket, it would appear that the easiest way to deal with it would be to simply plead guilty and mail it back to the court. More often than not, however, this type of lackadaisical attitude proves to be detrimental down the road.
Many people think they can get away with talking on the cell phone while driving. However, recently New York State upped the ante and passed new legislation within the vehicle and traffic law that makes talking on a cell phone while driving a 2 point penalty on one’s license.
Today, there are countless options for hiring a lawyer. So how do you pick one? There are five things to really look for in hiring a Traffic Lawyer in ALbany, NY – Lake George, NY and Saratoga Springs, NY:
Just about everyone nowadays has a cell phone. More specifically, most have “smart phones” such as an iphone, Droid, or Blackberry. With these recent “can’t live without” pieces of technology comes the ability to communicate in numerous forms with virtually anyone, anywhere, at any time. While this is very useful to all, cecause of this recent technological trend, people are more prone to open themselves up to a greater degree of liability as it pertains to their communications.
When it comes down to a legal dispute between parties, the better mantra to follow would be “Attitude is Everything.” A person’s attitude drastically comes into play when a dispute arises in terms of settlement. More often than not, if a person’s attitude is positive from the onset, most disputes can be settled rather quickly. It is when people attempt to “fight fire with fire” that often causes disputes to escalate. This in turn is when nasty litigation occurs.
Much like the recent abundance of snowfall, things in life can pile up pretty fast. Sometimes things come upon us so fast, it can be quite overwhelming on the mind, body, and soul.