Kit Harrington, the actor who plays Jon Snow on Game of Thrones, recently went on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and revealed that he told a police officer a major spoiler from the show in order to get out of a speeding ticket.
The officer who pulled over Harrington allegedly told him, “You can either follow me back to the police station now and I book you in, or you can tell me whether you live in the next season.” In a moment of decisiveness, Harrington revealed that Jon Snow is indeed alive and brought back in the Game of Thrones season six premiere. The officer responded, “On your way, Lord Commander,” and let Harrington go without a ticket.
Unlike Kit Harrington, most people don’t have the option to trade Hollywood secrets to get out of a ticket. A person who receives a speeding ticket in New York is punished with fines and license points, which vary based on the location of the offense and the speed the person was going when pulled over. A person caught speeding may expect a fine of up to $600 and anywhere from 3 to 8 points added to his or her license. In addition, moving violations can cause insurance rates to rise dramatically and drivers that accumulate 11 points on their licenses will also face a license suspension
If you or a loved one has been caught speeding, it is advisable that you consult an attorney to help you avoid the costs associated with a ticket. Adam H. Rosenblum of the Rosenblum Law Firm is a skilled New York traffic ticket attorney who is experienced in handling tickets for speeding as well as other driving-related offenses. Call 888-203-2619 or email the Rosenblum Law Firm today for a free consultation about your case.