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NYC Issues and Collects Fines for Invalid Speed Camera Tickets: Class Action Lawsuit
A class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of all individuals who received a New York City speed camera ticket between August 30, 2013, and the present and paid the mandated fine.
By: Imbesi Law PC
The complaint alleges that from April 30, 2013, through the present, the City of New York was aware that NYVTL Sections 1180-b(d) and 1180-b(g)(2)
"The City is penalizing its citizens for allegedly violating the same law it chooses to ignore," says Mr. Muladzhanov's attorney, Israel Klein, Esq. The class action lawsuit seeks to recover damages on behalf of all individuals who received a New York City speed camera ticket between August 30, 2013, and the present and paid the mandated fine.
Imbesi Law P.C. filed a similar class action lawsuit against the City of New York in August of 2017. The case, Jacob Stern v. The City of New York, Civil Case No. 17-cv-04971, is currently pending in the Eastern District of New York and alleges that the City knowingly issued and collected fines for invalid Muni Meter tickets from April 20, 2017, through September of 2017. The tickets incorrectly alleged violations of Section 4-08(h)(10) of the Rules of the City of New York, which was previously repealed. As a result of the class action lawsuit, the City partially refunded or dismissed approximately 507,668 invalid Muni Meter tickets, totaling approximately $26 million.
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Israel Klein, Esq.
Imbesi Law PC