Looking to crack down on the potential for frivolous violations, Sen. Jose Peralta (D-Queens) is set to unveil a bill today that would require city agents to snap pictures as part of issuing summonses, the NEW YORK DAILY NEWS reports.
“If you’re saying this is what the violation is, take a picture of it, verify it,” Peralta said. “You’re proving there was a violation.”
The legislation would require city agencies to provide photographic evidence when issuing summonses for violations that are reviewed by the City’s Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings. Read more at the NEW YORK DAILY NEWS.