If you received a second page attached to your uniform traffic ticket, it is likely a Supporting Deposition / CPL 710.30 Notice. This second page combines the Supporting Deposition, at the top of the page, with an NYS Criminal Procedure Law 710.30 notice, at the bottom of the page. The NYS CPL 710.30 notice makes you aware of any statement that the People intend to use against you.
If you made any statements to the officer, that they intend to use against you when prosecuting your case, those statements will be provided at the bottom of the supporting deposition.
What is a Supporting...
This post lists the fines and consequences of convictions for the most common types of speeding tickets.
We help many drivers licensed outside New York State. Many out-of-staters call mention that, unlike their home state, the NY ticket does not state how much the fine will be, how many points the conviction will be, or any other consequences of pleading guilty.
Prompted by our out-of-state clients, here are answers to 7 questions that are not answered by looking at the ticket.
1) How Many Points is My Ticket?
Points attach as a matter of law for each conviction, even though you will not see any mention to them on the ticket or even in court.
The most common tickets are issued for...
A traffic diversion program gives you the opportunity to have certain tickets dismissed. There are currently six counties in New York with such programs. So if you have a ticket pending in any court in Allegany, Broome, Livingston, Otsego, Tioga, or Wyoming county, this article is for you.
There are 2 relevant time periods involved: 1) the eighteen month window and 2) three years after a traffic conviction.