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City Bar Association Spokesman Tells Cops to Stick to Enforcement

The NYPD wants to require a parade permit for groups of 30 or more vehicles or bicyclists and make a group of 10 pedestrians or bicyclists on the streets subject to arrest if anyone breaks traffic laws…

Critics say it’s the role of the NYPD to enforce the law and not to create it and many are calling on the City Council to step in.

“We believe this approach is ill–conceived and fundamentally wrong,” said Peter Barbur of the New York City Bar Association.

NY1 News
November 27, 2006