Sunday, September 29, 2013

Bedford NY Traffic Lawyer

Caught speeding? Give us a call at
Fighting a Bedford Town Court speeding ticket can be difficult and costly proposition for the average pro-se defendant.  A typical client will consult our law office because they are facing a 76/55 mph speeding ticket.  In such a scenario, the client can be facing a 6 point violation, almost $400.00 in fines payable to the court, $300.00 in penalties payable to the department of motor vehicles, and hundreds, maybe thousands of dollars in insurance increases.  A conviction to the full 6 points will bring a motorist more than 1/2 way to a license suspension.

Our Bedford traffic lawyers have represented hundreds of drivers and we have helped them save time, money, and points on their license.  If you are facing a traffic ticket in Bedford, give us a call at 914-723-7900 to learn how we can help.


The Bedford Court is located at 321 Bedford Road in Bedford Hills New York. Court matters are heard throughout the week and are given dispersed times to be adjudicated.  This is a court of local jurisdiction and has the power to preside over civil matters commonly referred to small claims cases.  It also has the power to preside over criminal matters.  The vast majority of these cases will include misdemeanors and violations under the NYS Penal Law.  By and large, the majority of cases heard in this court fall under the guise of the Vehicle Traffic Law.  These case can include speeding tickets, cell phone tickets, and texting tickets.


Ticket matters are heard on several different days of the week.  The court is very efficient and has one of the most professional court staff in the county. This professionalism, helps motorist get in and out of court in an orderly manner.  On a typical day, Bedford judges may hear more than 200 traffic matters.

Court Tips: If you go to court without an attorney, you will be instructed to walk through a metal detector before entering the courthouse.  The officers at the metal detector will instruct you to leave all cellphones and electronic devices in your car.  As such, save yourself a long trip back to your car and left your phone in your car.  After you pass the metal detector, you will be instructed to meet the court clerks who will be standing at a table checking in drivers.  If you are unsure what to do or say, you should show the court clerk your letter advising you to appear in court.  Thereafter, the clerks will give you instructions to wait in court.

If you have a ticket pending in Bedford, give us a call to learn how we can help.