Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Fighting a Speeding Ticket in Brutus NY

Have you been issued a speeding ticket which is returnable in Brutus Town
Ticketed in Brutus? Give us a call at
Court?  If so, you should call our Cayuga County speeding ticket defense attorneys now at 800-893-9645 to learn how we can help you save money, time, and points on your license.  


Brutus Town Court is a court of local jurisdiction.  This means it has the power to adjudicate traffic tickets such as speeding, cell phone violations, and stop sign violations.  It also has the power to adjudicate lower level civil matters such as landlord tenant cases and small claims cases.  It can preside over misdemeanor criminal cases as well as local code violations.

Court is held on Tuesday nights.  There are two presiding justices.  If you appear in traffic court as a pro-se litigant, it is important to bring your court notice and fine money.  It is the court preference that all fines be paid by the end of the court session. 

Brutus Court is a official branch of the government which commands respect. As such, proper court manners are required at all times.  It is important to dress as neat as possible and not to be respectful to the court staff.


Our speeding defense lawyers have over 30 years of legal experience and we have gained a superb reputation among our peers.  Our traffic ticket practice is headed by a former prosecutor turned defense attorneys.  As such, our firm has a unique perspective into both the prosecution and defense of these matters.  Sometimes, knowing what to expect can make all the difference in the success or failure of your case.   We have represented hundreds of drivers and have consistently saved our clients points on their license.


If you were issued a speeding ticket for driving 86/65 mph, you are facing a 6 point violation.  A conviction to this charge would mean that you have exhausted more than ½ of your points toward a minimum 30 day license suspension.  Furthermore, a conviction could result in a fine of almost $400.00 payable to the court.  In addition, you would be subject to a mandatory $300.00 penalty payable to the Department of Motor Vehicles.  Finally, a conviction could result in you being dropped by your insurance carrier or received hundreds or thousands in additional premiums.

01 to 10 mph over the limit
11 to 20
21 to 30
31 to 40
More than 40

Call our lawyers now at 800-893-9645 for a consultation.