Saturday, September 6, 2014

Wawarsing Speeding Ticket Lawyer

Speeding Tickets Are Expensive

Receiving a speeding ticket in Wawarsing can be an expensive proposition costing a driver thousands of dollars in fines, penalties, and insurance increases.  Take for example, a driver convicted of driving 96 in a 65 mph zone will be assessed eight points against their license and face almost $700.00 court fees and an additional $450.00 in penalties payable to the Department of Motor Vehicles. Given the right circumstances, this conviction can even result in a jail sentence or a suspension of driving privileges.

Our Ticket Lawyers Can Help You Save Money

Our firm maintains several satellite offices around New York State.  This gives us a strategic advantage to represent drivers in almost every court in the State including Wawarsing.  

Our Wawarsing speeding ticket defense attorneys have helped thousands of drivers in Ulster County and the surrounding areas.  Our commitment to our clients has helped us gain us a superb reputation among our peers.  We have excelled at getting tickets either dismissed or reduced.  If you have a ticket, give us a call today and schedule your confidential consultation.  We can be reached at 800-893-9645.

About The Court

Wawarsing Town Court maintains a busy traffic court calendar.  They have adjudicated a multitude of violations under VTL 1180, VTL 1144, and VTL 1225.  Their docket is not limited to traffic court cases.  They have a large volume of civil and criminal cases. 

Wawarsing Town Court is located at 108 Canal Street, PO Box 671, Ellenville, NY. Its postal zip code is 12428.  It is located in Ulster County.

The court is known for the professionalism and has often been referred to as one of the best in the State.  While the court is run by the Justices, the day-to-day responsibilities of running the court falls upon the Court Clerk.

Among the many duties of the Court Clerk, the Clerk is responsible for collecting fine money, sending out correspondence to litigants, and answering questions from interested parties.

How Many Points Am I Facing?

Pleading guilty to a speeding ticket can result in a minimum of three points and a maximum of eleven points being held against a driver’s license.

This chart should help you quickly ascertain the number of points you are facing.

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

When a driver is assessed eleven points, their privilege to drive will be suspended.

We Can Help

If you have a ticket, trust the law firm with over 30 years of legal experience.   A former New York City prosecutor leads our ticket practice.  We are prepared to fight for you and obtain the best possible result for your particular case.  Give us a call at 800-893-9645.