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No More In-Person Hearings In D.C. For Parking Tickets

Published by on November 13, 2007

This isn’t employment law, but it is worth noting.  theNewspaper.com reports that Washington, D.C. plans to eliminate the right of individuals to contest parking tickets in court.  Apparently too many people actually win when they do so (1/3 actually win) and this cuts into the city’s revenues.  The city justifies the move as a way […]

This isn’t employment law, but it is worth noting.  theNewspaper.com reports that Washington, D.C. plans to eliminate the right of individuals to contest parking tickets in court.  Apparently too many people actually win when they do so (1/3 actually win) and this cuts into the city’s revenues.  The city justifies the move as a way to reduce waiting times for citizens.

Does anyone have a problem with this?

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