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Alternative Methods for NJMCdirect Ticket Payments

NJMCdirect is an on the online system that enables people to make hassle-free plus effective payments for traffic tickets issued in various municipalities in New Jersey. While NJMCdirect provides a streamlined together with easy payment procedure it is crucial to be familiar with alternate repayment techniques that might much better match specific requirements together with …

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Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts details new traffic violation data

In an extensive analysis of state court data over a four-year period, it has been revealed that Pennsylvania police write an average of nearly 3,200 traffic tickets daily. The comprehensive dataset encompasses over 5.8 million traffic citations, with speeding accounting for 21% of all offenses. Among the intriguing findings, it was observed that men receive …

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US supports Keith Stitt’s appeal on tribal jurisdiction in speeding ticket dispute

The United States has recently filed an amicus brief in favor of Keith Stitt, brother of Governor Kevin Stitt, as he appeals a speeding ticket. The case revolves around the question of tribal jurisdiction and whether the tribal court or Tulsa’s Municipal Court should handle the citation. Keith Stitt, who is a citizen of the …

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Tipton County judge finds way to help traffic violation cases move faster

Amid concerns about the financial burden and time constraints faced by hardworking individuals dealing with traffic violations, Judge Eckel introduced a night court specifically tailored to address minor traffic offenses. Judge Eckel empathized with the community, expressing a desire to alleviate the additional hardships that individuals may encounter in satisfying their traffic obligations. Acknowledging the …

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Where did my initial money go?’: Patton Village residents fed up about tickets from years past

Two months after Eyewitness News first reported on warrants being issued for old traffic tickets in Patton Village, the community continues to face unresolved issues with the new court computer system. In a recent interview with ABC13, James Spencer shared his frustration over a 17-year-old traffic ticket that resurfaced, preventing him from renewing his driver’s …

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Raleigh Parking Announces New Parking Management System and Payment Options

Raleigh Parking is currently in the process of installing a new parking management system. If you encounter difficulties locating your parking citation in the system, please contact our office at 919-996-3996 for assistance. For those who prefer to pay in person, Raleigh Parking accepts cash, check, money order, Visa, and Mastercard payments between 8:30 a.m. …

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D.C. Resident Launches @FakeTagsDC Account to Expose Dangerous Drivers and Prompt Government Action

A concerned resident in Washington, D.C. has taken a stand against the widespread issue of dangerous drivers using fake or expired tags to evade fines and accountability, launching the @FakeTagsDC account to bring attention to the problem. The anonymous account holder initiated this effort approximately a week and a half ago, aiming to shed light …

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Kansas Highway Patrol Ordered to Pay $2.3 Million for Unconstitutional Searches

The Kansas Highway Patrol has been ordered to pay a substantial sum of $2.3 million following a ruling by US District Court Judge Kathryn Vratil. The judgment comes in response to the highway patrol’s implementation of the “Kansas two-step policy,” which involved conducting searches and seizures on vehicles suspected of being involved in drug trafficking …

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Stow Municipal Court Will No Longer Charge Drivers $100 to Appeal Tickets

After a lengthy battle led by a Washington, D.C.-based law firm, Stow Municipal Court made the decision in late December to eliminate its mandatory $100 fee for drivers contesting traffic violations. The Institute of Justice, known for advocating against such fees in various states, successfully argued for the removal of this fee in Ohio, benefiting …

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U.S. Attorneys side with Gov. Stitt’s brother in traffic ticket jurisdiction dispute

In response to the ongoing case challenging the State of Oklahoma’s jurisdiction to prosecute Keith Stitt for a traffic ticket he received on tribal land, U.S. attorneys have backed Keith Stitt’s argument. They asserted that Oklahoma lacks the jurisdiction to prosecute the case, citing the U.S. Supreme Court’s McGirt ruling and the decision in Hooper …

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