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Again We Have To Fight For The Right To Ride.

Friday, June 29th, 2012
[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="180" caption="Photo courtesy of Courier Life Brooklyn Daily"][/caption]

Isaih Rosmond is pictured above showing the summons that he received from a NYPD police officer for riding his unicycle on the sidewalk on his way to school in Brooklyn. Upon being stopped by the police Isaih pull out his smart phone and looked up the necessary information to prove that it is not illegal to ride a unicycle on the the sidewalk. The police officer ignored him and continued to write and issue the summons.  In this article in the Courrier Life Brooklyn Daily, Kyle Petersen, The Brooklyn Juggler is chronicled as having reached out to Isiah to offer advice based upon his own experience in having to fight multiple violations issued by the NYPD.  If you are unfamiliar with Kyles cases, check my previous postings regarding his summons and lawsuit against the City of New York. My advice is to immediately let the officer know that there is no law in the state that mentions or even describes a unicycle.

Ken Springle - Ken Springle @ June 29, 2012

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