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New York’s Erie County Traffic Court Defense Lawyers

New York’s Erie County Traffic Court Defense Lawyers

The Erie County, NY speeding ticket defense lawyers of Palumbo & Associates, PC can help you if you have been charged with speeding in Tonawanda Town Court in Erie County, NY. Located on the banks of the easternmost tip of Lake Erie, the city of Buffalo, NY is the hub if Erie County. Many roadways and interstates run through Erie County, so truckers receive many Erie County tickets. We represent motorists and truckers alike charged with moving violations, transportation law violations, and misdemeanors in all Erie County courts. We ensure that your treatment is fair whether you were charged with speeding, running a red light, failure to move over, a cell phone violation, or any other traffic charge.

Erie County does not have a unified county traffic court. Speeding tickets are heard in the various city, town, and village justice courts. Likewise, prosecution of speeding tickets in Erie County is decentralized. Each court has its own local special prosecutor. Our Erie County traffic court lawyers have expertise and experience in representing clients in all traffic courts of Erie County. We can appear on your behalf in the:

  • Angola Town Court
  • Aurora Village Court
  • Blasdell Village Court
  • Boston Town Court
  • Brant Town Court
  • Cheektowaga Town Court
  • Clarence Town Court
  • Colden Town Court
  • Collins Town Court
  • Concord Town Court
  • Depew Village Court
  • Eden Town Court
  • Elma Town Court
  • Evans Town Court
  • Farnham Village Court
  • Grand Isle Town Court
  • Hamburg Town & Village Courts
  • Holland Town Court
  • Kenmore Village Court
  • Lackawanna City Court
  • Lancaster Town Court
  • Marilla Town Court
  • Newstead Town Court
  • North Collins Town Court
  • Orchard Park Town Court
  • Sardinia Town Court
  • Springville Town Court
  • Tonawanda City Court
  • Tonawanda Town Court
  • Wales Town Court
  • West Seneca Town Court
  • Williamsville Village Court

Because of its situation to the interstates, many tickets in Erie County are returned to Tonawanda, West Seneca, Lackawanna, Cheektowaga, Orchard Park, and Boston Town. Nonetheless, if you have been ticketed anywhere in Erie County, call our Erie County traffic court lawyers for a free consultation to find out how we can help.

Our NY traffic court lawyers represent motorists charged in Erie County with traffic crimes as well as infractions such as:

  • Driving under suspension NY VTL § 511
  • Trucker crimes under the transportation law, NY Trans. Law § 140
  • Hit & Run, NY VTL § 600
  • Reckless driving, NY VTL § 1212
  • Operating without insurance, NY VTL § 319
  • Operating a vehicle with a suspended registration, NY VTL § 512

Our Erie traffic court lawyers also represent motorists charged with traffic infractions and moving violations such as:

  • Speeding, NY VTL § 1180
  • Failure to “move over,” NY VTL § 1144-A
  • Passing a stopped school bus, NY VTL § 1174
  • Running a stop sign, VTL § 1172
  • Improper turn NY VTL § 1163
  • Failure to drive right, NY VTL § 1124
  • Running a red light, NY VTL § 1111
  • Following too close, NY VTL § 1129

Erie County is uniquely situated in New York State. It’s western border is Lake Erie, its northern border is Niagara County, its bordered on the east by both Genesee and Wyoming counties, and to its south by Cattaraugus County. Interstate I-90 cuts through Erie County, and I-190 & I-290 encircle the City of Buffalo. Many motorists are in Erie County and western New York on vacation and do not live there. Our office has the ability to get your court appearance waived.

Our law office offers convenience, ease, and certitude of a positive outcome. We will represent you in any court in the State of New York. we get your court appearance waived so you do not have to take time off. We give you piece of mind by giving you a money back guarantee.

Call us toll free at 1-877-99-NO-TIX (1-877-996-6849) or e-mail. We need your name, the name of the court, the charge(s), and if a speeding ticket the speed limit and the speed charged. You can e-mail us, scan and e-mail the ticket, or fax it to us at 914-777-2999. Don’t wait, do it today!

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