Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Catskill Traffic Lawyer


Catskill is a municipality founded in the late 1700s.  Its is a well known outdoor retreat for many NYC residents looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.  While on vacation in the area, many drivers lose track of the speed limits on the interstate and local roads.  In so doing, they often find themselves facing traffic summons for speeding and other vehicle traffic violations.
Caught speeding? Give us a call today.

These tickets often carry a potential to cost hundreds in fines, penalties, hassle, and insurance increases.  Currently, a guilty plea to a 86/55 mph could cost driver close to $700.00 in fines, an additional $450.00 in penalties, and insurance increases.  Given the right additional set of facts and circumstances, there is potential to receive the more serious penalties of a suspended license and being sent to jail.


Our Catskill speeding ticket lawyers have been helping clients in the town court and Greene County area for more than a decade.  We have consistently saved our clients time, money, and points on their license.  As such, we have gained a reputation as superb lawyers and some of the finest in the New York State.  Call now at 800-893-9645 to speak to one of our traffic ticket lawyers today.


Catskill is a town in Greene County.  It is south of Albany and north of Poughkeepsie.  Catskill is located on the southeasterly portion of the county.  It maintains approximately 12,000 residents.


Catskill Traffic Court is located at 439-441 Main Street, Catskill, NY 12414.  It maintains two part time judges who share the judicial responsibilities.  Each judge has their own clerk who assists in the judicial duties. The court can be reached via telephone and fax.  The court maintains office hours from Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm.


There are many different police agencies with the authority to write traffic tickets within the jurisdictional boundaries of Catskill.  The majority of moving violations are written by the State Police and local Catskill Police Department.