What do i do?
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What do i do?
So i was walking through central park
when i was walking through central park
and was stopped by police and given a
disobeying a park sign for smoking and
they didn’t catch what i was smoking
plus they wrote down the wrong address,
regardless im going to plea not guilty,
does this case seem in my favor?
Asked on July 5, 2017 under Criminal Law, New York
SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 5 years ago | Contributor
Writing down the wrong address has no bearing whatsoever on the ticket or your liability, unless you contend (and can prove) that you are not the person the officer stopped, and they sent a ticket or summons to the wrong person due to the incorrect address being written down. Otherwise, if this was you, then the wrong address is a "harmless error" that does not effect the ticket.
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