• CHOOSE YOUR PLAN

  • TICKETAIDE GUARANTEE
  • COMPLETE REVIEW OF YOUR FILE
  • NEGOTIATIONS FOR SETTLEMENTS

How it works

1 Plead NOT GUILTY on your ticket

On the ticket itself, check the “Not Guilty” box, and sign in the space provided. Fill in your name in clear block letters, and your address. Note that it is NOT necessary to provide and explanation on the ticket itself, though there is a space provided.

2 Mail the completed form to the address on the ticket

Make a copy of your plea and then mail it to the address  on the ticket, or deliver it in person to a municipal court counter or borough office. See locations.

3 Choose plan A, I, D or E

Regardless of the plan you choose, each case will benefit from:

  • a consultation and complete review of your file;
  • a request for evidence filed by our lawyers;
  • a thorough analysis of the police report;
  • a review of your options for settlement.

Click here to see the legal process behind contesting a ticket.

 

 

Plan A – 1 to 3 points

For speeding tickets, burning a red light or stop sign, not wearing a seat belt or talking or texting on your cell phone, Plan A is for you. Any traffic ticket worth 1 to 3 demerit points applies here. No secret charges, no surprise clause.

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Plan I – 4 or 5 points

Plan I to contest tickets carrying 4 or 5 points, such as dangerous driving or failure to move over. You are now protected with the TicketAide Guarantee in case the prosecutor refuses a settlement and you do not wish to proceed to trial.

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Plan D – 6 to 9 points

Plan D to contest a ticket carrying 6 to 9 demerit points such as such as excessive speeding or passing a school bus. In this case, you are fully covered by the TicketAide Guarantee. You are now protected with the TicketAide Guarantee in case the prosecutor refuses a settlement and you do not wish to proceed to trial.

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Plan E – 10 or more points

Plan E to contest a ticket carrying 10 or more points such as excessive speeding. In this case, you are fully covered by the TicketAide Guarantee. You are now protected with the TicketAide Guarantee in case the prosecutor refuses a settlement and you do not wish to proceed to trial.

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