Harrison, NY Speeding & Traffic Ticket Defense

The Harrison, New York speeding and traffic ticket defense lawyers here at Palumbo & Associates, PC have extensive experience representing drivers against speeding, NY VTL § 1180, other moving violations point violations, and motor vehicle crimes such as reckless driving, NY VTL § 1212 and aggravated unlicensed operation, NY VTL § 511. Our attorneys also represent truckers charged in Harrison, NY under New York State Transportation Law with things such as log book violations, NY T.L. § 140 and serious equipment violations. If you have been charged with speeding, failure to yield / mover over, NY VTL § 1144-A, prohibited cell phone use, NY VTL § 1225, or unauthorized possession of marijuana under the penal code, NY Penal Law § 221.05, or any other infraction that causes points and in insurance increase in Harrison, New York, call us for a free consultation to find out how we can help.

Located at 1 Heineman Place, Harrison, NY 10528, the Harrison Justice Court is a volume court. This is because Interstate I-95, the New England Throughway, Interstate I-287, the Cross Westchester Expressway, the Hutchinson River Parkway, North Street, and Mamaroneck Avenue are all in Harrison, NY. Consequently, many police agencies in addition to the Harrison Police return speeding tickets to the Harrison Justice Court. Indeed, the New York State Police, Westchester County Police, and the SUNY Purchase Police all return moving point violations to the Harrison Court.

The Harrison Town Court convenes on both Tuesdays and Thursdays for vehicle and traffic matters. Whether your case is heard on a Tuesday or Thursday depends upon which agency wrote the ticket. Whom prosecutes your case also turns on which agency wrote the ticket. It could be the town prosecutor, a police officer from the agency that wrote your ticket, or the arresting officer himself. This lends to a lot of nuances in defending the same type of ticket depending upon which agency wrote the summons.

Many types of point tickets which cause insurance increases are heard by the Harrison Town Court, and our law firm defends all of them, such as:

  • Reckless Driving, NY VTL § 1212
  • Unsafe lane change, NY VTL § 1128
  • Unauthorized Possession of Marijuana, NY Penal Law § 221.05
  • Operating without insurance, NY VTL § 319
  • Red light tickets, NY VTL § 1111
  • Stop sign violation, NY VTL § 1172
  • Unsafe lane change, NY VTL § 1128
  • Red light tickets, NY VTL § 1111
  • Improper turn, NY VTL § 1163
  • Speeding, NY VTL § 1180
  • Cell phone NY VTL § 1225
  • Fail to yield to an emergency vehicle, NY VTL § 1144-A
  • Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, NY VTL § 511

Although our attorneys defend motorists against speeding tickets, traffic tickets, and moving violation point charges throughout the State of New York, our headquarters is located on 1600 Harrison Avenue in Mamaroneck, NY. Because this is about 1 mile from the Harrison Town Court, we get a lot of local walk business for the Harrison Town Court. Consequently, we are well acquainted with the customs of the court which we use to our advantage to get you the best possible outcome.

When you retain the professional services of the attorneys at Palumbo & Associates, PC you will never have to go to court to or come to our office. We deliver what you want – certitude of an outcome, ease, and peace of mind. Our lawyers will represent you before the court so you do not have to appear. Our office will either negotiate a plea that makes sense to keep your insurance low, or take your case to trial. We are so confident that we are the only attorneys in the State of New York that give a money back guarantee to reduce or eliminate the insurance increasing points.


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!