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Re: “Future of Warren's traffic court uncertain

How about going back to step one with the traffic court issue. Are readers aware that the traffic court, a government entity bound by federal ADA law, refuses to provide mandatory access and accommodation for certain disabled citizens who wish to dispute a ticket? "We don't do that" is not an acceptable answer for an accommodation request. What does the department do instead? Send the citizen to a collection agency which says that it is collecting on a judgment. There has to be a hearing in order for there to be a judgment. And the traffic court refuses for months to provide a hearing. Talk about snowballing fines - only in a case like this there was never a valid reason to assess a fine. Remember - Rochester is rated 147th of 150 worst cities nationally for people with disabilities. No wonder.

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Posted by MCS Advocacy on 10/19/2016 at 10:32 AM

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