Troy talks unjust traffic citations with former Philadelphia Traffic Court Judge, Thomasine Tynes. He is also joined by Shady Grady and Charrele Brown of Constantly Caring Home Care.
Thomasine Tynes was born on June 1, 1943. Thomasine was raised by her great grandparents and grandparents in North Philadelphia. Tynes graduated from Germantown High, but never graduating college. Tynes spent much of her career as a bookkeeper, then served as director of the Germantown House Senior Living Center. In 1989 she was — despite her lack of education — elected to the Traffic Court, where she was eventually elevated to the ceremonial post as president of the court. She served until 2012, receiving a number of awards and tons of positive press along the way. Toward the end of her tenure, two scandals emerged: One was an alleged ticket-fixing scheme at the court; the other involved Tyron Ali, an undercover informant for the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office. SOURCE
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