How did she pass the Bar? New York‘s attorney general on Friday recommended the New York Police Department get out of the business of routine traffic enforcement. Attorney General Letitia James, who acts as a special prosecutor appointed to investigate certain police killings, argued that traffic stops for minor infractions often end in violence. She said Allan Feliz’s death last October after he was pulled over for a seat belt violation “further underscores the need for this change.” James’ office concluded that the NYPD’s use of deadly force was justified but that the sequence of events leading to Feliz’s death would never have happened if police hadn’t stopped him in the first place. Police further heightened tensions by attempting to arrest Feliz on outstanding warrants for low-level offenses such as spitting, littering and disorderly conduct, James’ office said.