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Re: NYC parking fines
« Reply #180 on: January 18, 2021, 02:38:19 PM »
Ticket for expired inspection. He wrote the wrong address. I was parked on Rockaway Ave, he wrote Rockaway Parkway. The address that he wrote is a real address a few blocks away from where I was parked, but I obviously have no way of proving where I was parked. Any way I could use that to get it dismissed?

ETA: I googled the address he wrote (1185 Rockaway Pkwy), and it comes up on Google Maps, but I drove by, and there's no actual building with that address. What kind of evidence could I submit to show this?
number one I'll tell you is to get a new inspection sticker.

 And yes definitely write that the officer issued a ticket claiming that my vehicle was parked at this address, and there is no such address.
 Let alone i never parked at this location.
   And if you get yourself a new inspection sticker you could actually claim in the defense that I have a valid inspection sticker. Lol

   But yes that's a valid defense.

 you can write in the defense, you can actually try to Google that address but no such address will come up.
  Meaning there is no 1185... That's a made up address.
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Re: NYC parking fines
« Reply #181 on: January 21, 2021, 12:44:23 PM »
number one I'll tell you is to get a new inspection sticker.

 And yes definitely write that the officer issued a ticket claiming that my vehicle was parked at this address, and there is no such address.
 Let alone i never parked at this location.
   And if you get yourself a new inspection sticker you could actually claim in the defense that I have a valid inspection sticker. Lol

   But yes that's a valid defense.

 you can write in the defense, you can actually try to Google that address but no such address will come up.
  Meaning there is no 1185... That's a made up address.
Happened to me once, got the tickets dismissed.

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Re: NYC parking fines
« Reply #182 on: January 21, 2021, 01:13:02 PM »
number one I'll tell you is to get a new inspection sticker.

 And yes definitely write that the officer issued a ticket claiming that my vehicle was parked at this address, and there is no such address.
 Let alone i never parked at this location.
   And if you get yourself a new inspection sticker you could actually claim in the defense that I have a valid inspection sticker. Lol

   But yes that's a valid defense.

 you can write in the defense, you can actually try to Google that address but no such address will come up.
  Meaning there is no 1185... That's a made up address.

Thanks  for the advice. Greatly appreciated.

Follow up question (more general): The car is registered to the company I work for. I'd rather them not find out about this whole situation. If I dispute it will my employer get a response in the mail, or will I get an e-mail response?

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Re: NYC parking fines
« Reply #183 on: January 21, 2021, 07:46:35 PM »
Thanks  for the advice. Greatly appreciated.

Follow up question (more general): The car is registered to the company I work for. I'd rather them not find out about this whole situation. If I dispute it will my employer get a response in the mail, or will I get an e-mail response?
Email response to whoever disputed

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Re: NYC parking fines
« Reply #184 on: January 21, 2021, 11:42:29 PM »
Ticket for expired inspection. He wrote the wrong address. I was parked on Rockaway Ave, he wrote Rockaway Parkway. The address that he wrote is a real address a few blocks away from where I was parked, but I obviously have no way of proving where I was parked. Any way I could use that to get it dismissed?

ETA: I googled the address he wrote (1185 Rockaway Pkwy), and it comes up on Google Maps, but I drove by, and there's no actual building with that address. What kind of evidence could I submit to show this?

Usually judges don't care if address is wrong is the violation is a status violation and not a parking violation, as in your case. If there is no such address that can be a stronger defense as it is therefore not possible for the information to be correct. You can try using this site to show that there is no such address http://maps.nyc.gov/doitt/nycitymap/  usually if a star is displayed there is no such actual address.
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Re: NYC parking fines
« Reply #185 on: January 22, 2021, 01:02:13 AM »
Any website to search fire hydrants?
Ticket was issued saying 40 feet from corner
Hydrant is actually 15ft from corner -40. Feet would mean legally parked

Any recommendations on this?
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Re: NYC parking fines
« Reply #186 on: January 25, 2021, 01:00:53 AM »
Any website to search fire hydrants?
Ticket was issued saying 40 feet from corner
Hydrant is actually 15ft from corner -40. Feet would mean legally parked

Any recommendations on this?
Thanks
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Re: NYC parking fines
« Reply #187 on: January 25, 2021, 02:36:37 PM »
Submitted a dispute online and I didn't get any confirmation page or anything.

How do I know if it went through?

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Re: NYC parking fines
« Reply #188 on: January 25, 2021, 02:39:11 PM »
Submitted a dispute online and I didn't get any confirmation page or anything.

How do I know if it went through?
look online to see if it shows pending or something to that effect.
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Re: NYC parking fines
« Reply #189 on: February 10, 2021, 08:32:15 PM »
Appealed a ticket and received judgment stating “adjourned” Where are the judge is asking for additional evidence anyone know how to submit? I cannot dispute the ticket again and there was no information on how to submit more evidence. They fine now shows N/A

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Re: NYC parking fines
« Reply #190 on: February 12, 2021, 10:23:14 AM »
number one I'll tell you is to get a new inspection sticker.

   And if you get yourself a new inspection sticker you could actually claim in the defense that I have a valid inspection sticker. Lol


well, i'd think that you'd probably need the dated receipt to show when car was inspected, and lose the case
are u sure?

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Re: NYC parking fines
« Reply #191 on: February 12, 2021, 01:36:22 PM »
Ticket for expired inspection.
He wrote the wrong precinct. 
Is that a mistake that gets the ticket automatically dismissed?
(When I write the info into the judge?)
no.
"precinct information is not a mandatory element in the summons. Accordingly, the incorrect statement is harmless error
and will not invalidate the summons or render it defective."