If and when I can find the time, I think I'm going to start a whole new series of caselaw round-ups dedicated solely to reported cases of non-appealed traffic tickets from village, town, city, and county courts, since I seem to handle more and more of them. And, really, some of those traffic ticket cases are hysterically funny. Anywho ...
Speaking of traffic tickets, the first case involves just that. When does "mandatory" mean mandatory? When it's mandatory, that's when. Also, it truly is amazing how much can hang on a single word. In this case, that word is "or".
The second case requires the playing of the Talking Heads' song "Burning Down The House".
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