10 Questions To Ask Before You Hire A Lawyer.

October 5, 2011 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

Here are some questions to ask before you hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer, or a Speeding Ticket Lawyer. How long have you been practicing law? What exactly is your experience in this particular practice area? How many cases have you taken care of like mine? What was the actual end result? What are the attainable outcomes associated […]

Bicyclist Hit With $1,500 in Fines for Running Red Lights

August 22, 2011 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

Juan Rodriguez fought a ticket he received for running a red light on his bicycle and blew it. NYC bicyclist Juan “JC” Rodriguez got two previous tickets but the third time may be the charm because he got hammered with more than $1,500 in fines the third time around. “It’s absurd,” complained Rodriguez, “when you […]

Huge Drop In Number Of Traffic Tickets Issued

July 20, 2011 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

New York City police wrote 32% less New York traffic tickets last week compared to the same period a year ago; apparently cops were threatened with losing of vacation days if they messed up any New York ticket cases. More than 11,230 traffic tickets for New York moving violations were issued to motorists, compared to […]

No Texting While Driving: New York Vehicle and Traffic Law 1225-d

July 15, 2011 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

ALBANY, NY – Governor Andrew Cuomo conducted a ceremonial bill signing which made texting while driving a primary offense in New York State which means that a driver can be stopped solely for the offense. While it has been against the law to text or use an electronic device while driving in New York for […]

$5,000 Speeding Ticket – Who Said Tickets Don’t Affect Auto Insurance?

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Published in MSN Money I hadn’t been stopped for speeding in more than 20 years. Call me dull, but I honestly do like to poke along. Driving through the high plains of New Mexico this winter, though, I apparently missed a 40 mph sign where a lonesome highway ducked between buildings before re-emerging into open sky. […]

Move Over Law Leads to Catskills Tickets

June 30, 2011 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

A recent New York Vehicle and Traffic Law put into effect on January 1, 2011 with the goal of protecting police, firefighters and emergency personnel, requires motorists to move over or slow down when approaching and passing a parked emergency or police vehicle with its lights flashing. The Ambrose-Searles Act (also known as the “Move Over” […]

Unemployment Drops to Lowest Level Since April 2009

March 13, 2011 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

Unemployment in January fell to 9 percent, the lowest level since April 2009, the Labor Department announced. The drop from November’s 9.8 percent rate represented the biggest two-month decline since 1958.  This is a clear sign of an economic reprieve. It was also announced that the economy generated only 36,000 net new jobs, the fewest […]