Fight Your Sheridan Ticket and Save Money
Less than 1% of all drivers given a speeding ticket hire an experienced law fir
m to fight their ticket. If you are among the thousands of drivers to be given a
speeding ticket returnable to Sheridan Town Court, there is an alternative to
simply pleading guilty. You can
hire our award winning Sheridan Traffic Ticket Lawyers to help you save time,
money, and points on your license.
|Fight Your Ticket and Save Money|
Our lawyers have represented thousands of drivers and we have excelled at either getting tickets dismissed or reduced. Give us a call today and ask for your confidential telephone consultation. Our lawyers can be reached at 800-893-9645.
The Former Prosecutor Advantage
We are led by a former New York City prosecutor with the experience and skills to help you fight your ticket. We are able to quickly analyze the strength and weakness of any speeding ticket and can craft the best strategic defense for your particular facts.
Everyone knows that pleading guilty to a speeding ticket will cost a ton of money. A conviction to 86 mph in a 55 mph zone could cost almost $700.00 in fines and surcharges payable to the court. It can also result in 8 points on a driver’s license and thousands more in insurance increases.
Upside to Retaining Counsel
Our Chautauqua County ticket lawyers have successfully helped many drivers limit their exposure to fines, penalties, and points in Sheridan Town Court, Brocton Town Court, Ellicott Town Court, Portland Town Court, Pomfret Town Court and many other courts in the County.
Our lawyers are reasonably priced and we can appear in court with out you. In other words, if we hired on a standard speeding ticket, you will not have to appear in court.
Burden of Proof
In the local courts of New York, the prosecution must prove all of the elements of a speeding ticket with proof beyond a reasonable doubt. This is the highest legal burden in America. It is the same standard by which criminal cases are prosecuted.
Elements of a Speeding Ticket
The majority of speeding tickets are written under VTL 1180 (b) or VTL 1180 (d). They are:
(b) Except as provided in subdivision (g) of this section and except when a special hazard exists that requires lower speed for compliance with subdivision (a) of this section or when maximum speed limits have been established as hereinafter authorized, no person shall drive a vehicle at a speed in excess of fifty-five miles per hour.
(d) 1. Except as provided in subdivision (g) of this section, whenever maximum speed limits, other than school speed limits, have been established as authorized in sections sixteen hundred twenty, sixteen hundred twenty-two, sixteen hundred twenty-three, sixteen hundred twenty-seven, sixteen hundred thirty, sixteen hundred forty-three, sixteen hundred forty-four, sixteen hundred fifty-two, sixteen hundred sixty-two-a, sixteen hundred sixty-three, and sixteen hundred seventy, no person shall drive in excess of such maximum speed limits at any time.
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