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Bradlee G Biller - New York, NY

15 Park Row New York, NY 10038 - 2301

Updated: 11/01/2008

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By Anonymous on Jun. 16, 2022

0.5 out of 5 stars

0.5 star reviews across the board. He upheld my appeal of a parking ticket because "one authorized regulatory sign anywhere on a block, which is the area of sidewalk between one intersection and the next, shall be sufficient notice of the restriction(s)." That is a terrible rule. Can't we all just use some common sense.


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By Anonymous on Aug. 03, 2021

0.5 out of 5 stars

This imbecile apparently moonlights as an administrative judge who issues cookie-cutter decisions in favor of the city with respect to camera speeding tickets. His "reasoning" in support of his denial of appeals is at the level of a ten-year-old, and whatever substantive exculpatory evidence is offered in favor of the appellant, he simply ignores or waves away without any attempt at argument or justification. The only reason why I did not appeal is decision is that I unfortunately misplaced the original documents alleging the violation, and therefore was precluded from appealing. It would have been a pleasure to have this person's erroneous decision reversed.


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By Anonymous on Jun. 16, 2021

0.5 out of 5 stars

This is guy is just a racist. Avoid him. Please, please stay away from him. NYC does not need his services.

By Anonymous on Apr. 06, 2021

1.0 out of 5 stars

Similar experience. The system seems to be for the cops to issue summons and for the judges to uphold them regardless of lack of merit. This creates disrespect for the police and the courts.


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By Nancy S. on Sep. 17, 2019

0.5 out of 5 stars

This gentleman reviewed an erroneously issued parking ticket when I was on a weekend visit to NYC. I reside in MA and despite having a valid, appropriately displayed registration in the sticker which matched my MA license plates, I was issued a parking violation. An expired NYS sticker, faded and lower down in the left-hand side of my windshield had not been removed by the MA inspector. I have spent several months fighting this decision despite the fact that photographic evidence was provided. The 'just following the rules, ma'am' attitude of this 'judge' despite corroborating evidence is remarkable. In order to fight this, I am placed in a position of having to pay legal fees to appeal this although I received a letter from another agency in NYC dismissing this case.


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