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I received a parking ticket about a year ago for crosswalk

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I received a parking ticket about a year ago for crosswalk violation ($165) I send it in as Not Guilty within 30 days. Received a request from the judge for more info (after 1st hearing). I send the pics and the explanation on time as well. Since than I did not get any notices or warnings, nothing. (I live in NY and got the ticket in NY too). The current violation status of the ticket in the system is: Hearing held. Adjournment. Ticket past due. No fees or penalties applied for the past year, the amount is still $165, as initial.

I am afraid they will tow my car even though the ticket is unanswered by court.

What should I do, if anything? Is there any way to request an answer form the court and should I do it? Is it legal to tow the car if the ticket is still unanswered?
It is unlikely, based on what you have related, that the car will be towed without notice to you. However, you can file a Motion for Entry of Not Guilty Judgment and set it for a hearing. That will get the case off of high center anyway. Most people prefer for the case to just sit there rather than push it, but if you want to move it forward that is the way to do so. You can also contact the clerk and ask what is happening, but to get a resolution file the motion described above. There is no form for it, you just title it as set forth above, explain what happened and that you provided proof per the judge's request, and that you are no seeking a finding of not guilty.

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