Sunday, July 27, 2014


Fight Your Saugerties Ticket And Save Money

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Navigating through any legal proceeding can be difficult.  In particular, navigating through Saugerties Traffic Court with a speeding ticket can be excruciating.  The

thought of fighting with a judge, prosecutor and police officer with many years of experience can be intimidating to even some of the most seasoned attorneys.

Luckily for you, our award winning Saugerties traffic ticket lawyers can help you limit your exposure to fines, penalties, and points on your license.  We have helped thousands of drivers have their tickets either dismissed or reduced.  We are familiar with all of the local courts of Ulster County and can use our experience to fight for you.

Give us a call at 800-893-9645 to schedule your confidential consultation.  Ask to speak to our former New York City prosecutor.

Saugerties Court Location & Telephone Number

Saugerties Traffic Court
43 Partition Street
Saugerties NY 12477

T: 845-246-3958

About The Court

Saugerties Court is a classified as a local court.  As such, it has limited jurisdiction over cases that it can preside over.  In general, most civil cases heard in this court referred to small claims cases.  This can includes landlord tenant matters and petty breaches of contract as well as municipal zoning law violations.  The majority of criminal cases are misdemeanors.  This court also has the power to adjudicate traffic tickets.  Traffic tickets can vary in size and shape.  The main type of ticket heard is a speeding ticket under VTL 1180.

Speeding Ticket Points

A conviction to a speeding ticket and result in as little as three points against a driver’s license and as much as eleven.  A driver’s speed will dictate the number of points that are assessed against a driver’s license.

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

Fines In General

Fines can vary depending on the nature of the offense.  Fines are imposed by the judge. 
First-time speeding offense
$45 to $600
One or more speeding tickets
(within eighteen months)
Up to $1,575
Traffic Infraction
Disobey a Traffic Signal
(red light)
Misdemeanor Convictions
(no other penalty provided)
Uninspected Vehicles
Unregistered Vehicle or Trailer
Equipment Violations of Vehicle or Trailer
$ varies based on the charge and location