NYC judges have yet to use two-year-old statute to ban transit criminals

Nearly two years after New York politicians gave the green light to banning repeat subway criminals, not a single person has wound up on the no-ride list, The Post has learned.

The state’s penal code was changed in April 2020 to allow judges to prohibit people who attack MTA workers or commit sex crimes on transit from riding the rails as a term of probation or conditional discharge.

But the statute has yet to be used, according to MTA and court sources.

The new law — which allowed judges to set exemptions for commuting and medical trips — was a “compromise” with liberals in the State Assembly, according

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