Scalia’s Car Ticketed In Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA, (UPI) — U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia received a parking ticket in Philadelphia while parked outside of a private club, a photo shows.
A picture taken by Philadelphia resident Dean Picciotti outside the Union League of Philadelphia around lunchtime Monday depicts Scalia’s official car parked with a Philadelphia Parking Authority ticket on its windshield, despite having a Philadelphia official police business placard displayed on its dashboard, the Constitution Daily blog reported Tuesday.
The PPA’s website, which said fines start at $26, states there is an appeals process and the justice could send a representative to contest the violation if he chooses not to pay the ticket.
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