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50,000 TRAFFIC CASES RECORDED IN NEW YORK

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50,000 TRAFFIC CASES RECORDED IN NEW YORK

Washington Times
December 30, 1922


NEW YORK, Dec. 30.—The 50,000th traffic court case of the year came up yesterday morning before Magistrate W. Bruce Cobb.  The defendant, Saul Fimsmith, was charged with failing to keep to the right at First avenue and Sixty-fifth street last Sunday.  He explained that his chauffeur was ill and he was driving his car for the first time, although he had a driver's license.  Sentence was suspended.

The 1922 list of traffic violations up to today is longer by about 4,500 than the list of violations for the same period of 1921.



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