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Violation

Challenge the system and the odds are on your side. With 1.7 million tickets issued last year in Boston, a new service is banking on it.

By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / February 6, 2005

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Call it the case of ''The Chef Parked in a No Stopping Zone." Before, Michael Phillips had always paid his parking tickets -- six in the space of a year, in fact. This time, he decided, it was time to fight. (Full article: 1548 words)

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