You can make a complaint about the conduct of an administrative law judge for parking and camera ticket hearings.
Filing a complaint will not result in your ticket being dismissed. If you disagree with a hearing outcome or decision, or if you think the judge misapplied the law or made a mistake, you should file an appeal, not a complaint.
You must still abide by the judge’s ruling even if you are submitting a complaint. Filing a complaint against a judge does not give you extra time to pay a ticket or extend deadlines to file an appeal.
You must submit a judge misconduct complaint in writing. Your complaint should include:
- The judge’s name
- The date and type of hearing
- The ticket or violation number
- An explanation of why you are submitting a complaint
Anonymous complaints are not accepted. You must include your name and contact information in case additional information is needed.
Mail your complaint to:
The Chief Administrative Law Judge
Department of Finance
66 John Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10038