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The Traffic Violations Bureau: A Legal World Apart

, New York Law Journal

Matthew Weiss, the senior member of Weiss & Associates, writes that The Traffic Violations Bureau, which adjudicates roughly two million traffic summonses per year, is unlike any other traffic court in the state. There are no plea bargains, prosecutors, pre-trial motions or pre-trial discovery devices. Therefore, attorneys who rarely venture into a TVB court are often confounded by how to effectively represent their clients. He attempts to demystify the TVB system from a practitioner's point-of-view.

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