Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Port Chester Ticket Lawyer

Don't Plead Guilty. Fight Your Port Chester Ticket & Save Money
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If you have been charged with a speeding ticket or moving violation and it is returnable to the Port Chester Village Court, there is a better alternative to pleading guilty.  Don’t just pay the ticket.  Fight that ticket with our award winning traffic ticket defense law firm.  We can be reached at 914-723-7900.

We Can Help: we have over 30 years of legal experience and we have excelled getting tickets either dismissed or reduced.

Court Tips & Useful Information

Court Tip: Most traffic tickets are heard on Friday mornings.  Cases are first conferenced with the Village Prosecutor and go before the Judge for the approval of the proposed disposition.  Cases are called by the judge in the order that they are conferenced. The judge has the power to reject a negotiated plea.  In such a situation, the case will either be adjourned for trial or sent back to re-conference with the prosecutor.

After seeing the judge, all fines are expected to be on the same day.  Payment can be paid at the clerks office located on the 1st floor.

Court Tip:  On Fridays, both criminal and traffic court tickets are adjudicated.  In general, the criminal calendar takes priority over civil and traffic cases.  As such, it is good to know that there could be a long wait before a driver sees the judge.

About the Court: Port Chester Village Court is located adjacent to the Police Department.  Its mailing address is 350 N. Main Street, in Port Chester, NY 10573.  The court’s administrative staff is located on the 1st floor.  Fine payments and questions can be addressed with the court on personnel at this location.

Court Tip: Court is held on the 2nd floor.  Upon arriving at the court, all attendees are required to walk through a magnetometer.  It is important to leave all extraneous items at home.  Furthermore, food and drinks are not permitted in the court.

Court Tip: When a defendant appears in court, it is important to dress appropriately.  While this is no formal dress code, some courts will not admit a defendant wearing shorts or controversial t-shirts.

 We Can Help. Call Us Today at 800-893-9645:  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