In some New York counties, if a driver pays a fee to the District Attorney's office and goes to traffic school, the DA will ask for a dismissal or not prosecute the traffic ticket. The state Commission on Judicial Conduct questions the practice.
I wonder what people would think if the driver paid the judge (instead of the court) and went to traffic school and the ticket got dismissed? Is there a difference?
Nevada has a requirement that police departments audit their traffic tickets twice a year. There is a proposal to reduce that to annually.
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