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New York DMV Commissioner ticketed for speeding

Less than three weeks after her son pleaded guilty to drunk driving, after his involvement in a hit-and-run accident, a story which we have covered earlier on this blog, the Department of Motor Vehicles Commissioner for New York, who is also the chairperson of the New York Governor's Traffic Safety Committee, was stopped and issued a speeding ticket of 47 MPH in a 30 MPH zone in the town of Vestal, New York. Is 30 MPH too slow? In NYC, some think that 25 should be the limit. If the commissioner would do 47 in NYC, she would be facing a 6 point ticket.  

Speeding Tickets and Supporting Depositions

Speeding Tickets are in-sufficient when a supporting deposition is requested and none is provided or when the police officer writes one by his or her own choice. Each type of ticket requires different information permanent to the traffic violation alleged. However the supporting deposition must contain accurate and sufficient information. 

Speeding Tickets more common in Summer than Winter

It's documented and explicit speeding tickets are more common in the summer than in the winter. See this 10 year Google graph. Every year tickets spick in July and they are at their lowest in December.