Tuesday, January 20, 2015


Fight Your Tarrytown Speeding Ticket And Save Money

Tarrytown Village Court receives a large number of speeding tickets and from drivers traveling along the New York State Thruway and the Tappan Zee Bridge.  If you were unfortunate enough to be stopped by an officer for speeding, cell phone violation, or other moving violation, give our Tarrytown traffic ticket lawyers a call to learn how we can help you.  We can be reached at 914-723-7900.

Questions and Answers

What are the benefits of hiring your law firm?

Our award winning Tarrytown traffic ticket lawyers have defended thousands of drivers in New York State.  We are local lawyers and located a few minutes away from the court.  We are familiar with the court’s protocols, policies, and procedures.  We are led by a former prosecutor and can help you save time, money, and points on your license.

If your firm represents me on a ticket, will I be required to appear in court?

On a standard speeding ticket or moving violation, our clients will not be required to appear in court.  Our clients will sign a waiver and authorization which gives us the binding power to act on your behalf.

Where is the court located?

Tarrytown Village Court is located in Westchester County.  The courthouse is located at 1 Depot Plaza, Tarrytown, NY 10591.  It is across the street from the train station and adjacent to the police station.  Parking at the court is limited and it is advisable to arrive early to secure a parking spot.

What am I allowed to bring into the court?

The court is a secure facility.  All attendees are required to walk through a metal detector.   Food and drinks are strictly prohibited in the court.

Where should I go when I enter the court?

Once you are granted access to the courtroom, litigants are instructed to be seated and to wait for the court clerk or prosecutor to address them.

I received a letter in the mail advising that I need to appear in court for a pre-trial conference.  What is a pre-trial conference?

This is an opportunity for drivers to meet with the prosecutor try to resolve the case without a trial.

Should I bring my exhibits to the court at the pre-trial conference?

You will not be allowed to submit exhibits into evidence at the pre-trial conference.  However, the prosecutor may take them under consideration.  As such, it may be worthwhile to bring bring any aids to court.

Will I be required to pay a fine in court?

Fines are expected to be paid at the time the ticket is resolved.  If a driver needs time to pay, a request for more time to pay can be made to the judge.

Does the court accept credit cards for traffic tickets?

The court has the capability to accept credit cards. 

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Our law firm has over 30 years of legal experience and we are led by a former prosecutor.  We have been recognized as some of the finest lawyers in the State.

Join the thousands of drivers that have saved time, money and points on their license with our traffic ticket defense firm.  Call our former prosecutor at 800-893-9645 and ask for a confidential consultation today.

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Here is a list of some common charges were have helped our client’s fight.

  • Speeding under VTL § 1180 (b)
  • Speeding under VTL § 1180 (d)
  • Cell Phone under VTL § 1225
  • Child Seatbelt under VTL § 1229
  • Failure to Move Over under VTL § 1144-A
  • Failure to Signal under VTL § 1163
  • Following Too Closely under VTL § 1129
  • Operating Without Insurance under VTL § 319
  • Red Light under VTL § 1111
  • Stop Sign Violation under VTL § 1172
  • Suspended License Operation under VTL § 511.1 (Misdemeanor)
  • Unsafe Lane Change under VTL § 1128