Nachum featured longtime supporter and friend of JM in the AM, Ticket Defenders, the Law Office Of Terri B. Kalker on this morning’s JM in the AM to discuss Terri’s important work on behalf of New Yorkers for an amazing 30 years.
From the Ticket Defenders website:
Being ticketed for a traffic violation – moving or otherwise – in the State of New York is not something anyone wants to have to go through. However, tickets are issued in New York by the hundreds each and every day, leaving good, honest and hard working motorists with hefty fines, as well as the threat of license suspension and even jail time in some cases.
The first instinct of many people who are ticketed in New York is to just pay the fine and move on, so they don’t have to deal with court dates or hire a traffic lawyer. This is almost never in the best interest of the motorist who was cited with the violation, because essentially, he or she is admitting guilt by sending back the ticket and paying the fine.
When you do this, you are setting yourself up for trouble in the future. The State of New York allows for only 11 points in an 18 month period before your license is suspended for a period of time. Many minor infractions are 3, 4, 5 and even 6 or 7 point tickets. A single ticket could get you close enough to having your license suspended that just one more could throw you over the limit. Having your driving privileges revoked for a period of time can make life exceptionally difficult, as you will no longer be able to legally drive to and from work, or even to and from the grocery store.
At Ticket Defenders, the Law Office Of Terri B. Kalker, we are committed to protecting your driving privileges and helping you keep a clean record, no matter what the cost. We are dedicated to providing you with the best traffic ticket defense no matter what your citation, and will work hard to see that your tickets are dismissed entirely.
When you can’t afford a ticket on your driving record, call our office to schedule a consultation. We are ready to build your defense now.