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Traffic Control Device Violations (NYS VTL 1110-a)

Any sign posted on the street which helps to regulate traffic is considered a traffic control device. Whether it be a stop sign, green or red arrow, double yellow lines, white line, no u-turn sign, yield sign, or speed limit sign, each of these violations are technically covered by the general law which requires that one must obey the signs of the road, which is New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law 1110-a.

We Use Supporting Depositions for Traffic Control Device Violations

It is important to hire an experienced traffic ticket attorney who has experience with supporting depositions. In any Court outside of the Traffic Violations Bureau, a motorist has the right to request that a supporting deposition be issued and served on them. A supporting deposition must describe all of the elements/reasons for the alleged traffic ticket.