Last Updated on July 9, 2021 by Lawrence Berezin
You’ve been appointed as the judge of a hydrant parking ticket case
Fire hydrant day in Parking Ticket Court.
It’s your first day on the job. You purchased a new suit, shined your old shoes, and had your wife tie your tie. You are totally ready and raring to go. Here’s your first NYC parking ticket case. It involves a hydrant.
The aggrieved defendant eloquently argued to the judge that it was totally impossible to see the fire hydrant because it was buried beneath a pile of garbage. How can he get a parking ticket when the hydrant was invisible?
Thank you, sir. I’ve considered the testimony of the defendant and the photographs submitted in support of his defense.
And, I find the defendant……Guilty.
Sadly, most judges in Parking Ticket Land will find you guilty. Pretty absurd, huh?
Another invisible hydrant case
But, our hard-charging friend beat his parking ticket for parking in front of an invisible hydrant using the photo above the first Heading as his proof proving that there is the hope of getting some justice in Parking Ticket Land.
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