The Schenectady County, NY speeding ticket defense lawyers at Palumbo & Associates, PC can represent you if you throughout Schenectady County. Whether you have been charged with speeding, (NY VTL § 1180), cell phone violation, (NY VTL § 1225), any other moving violation, or a motor vehicle crime such reckless driving, (NY VTL § 1212), in Schenectady County, NY, we can represent you. Charged with a speeding ticket or other infraction in Schenectady? Call our Schenectady traffic court lawyers for a free consultation to find out how we can help.
Schenectady County is located in New York State’s capital region. Located just north of Albany, southwest of Saratoga County, southeast of Montgomery County, and east of both Montgomery and Schoharie County. Interstates I-88 and I-90 both cut across Schenectady County, and the interstates are heavily patrolled by the New York State Police. Since there is no unified traffic court in Schenectady County, the speeding and traffic cases are heard in a local city, town or village justice court. Our Schenectady County, NY traffic court lawyers have extensive experience representing drivers accused of speeding in all of the courts of Schenectady County, such as the:
- Duanesberg Town Court
- Glenville Town Court
- Niskayuna Town Court
- Princetown Town Court
- Rotterdam Town Court
- Schenectady City Court
- Scotia Village Court
Call us for a no cost, no obligation consultation to find out how our Schenectady County traffic court lawyers can help you.
Many speeding tickets are written on Routes 7, 5 & 20 in Schenectady County. Wherever you may have been arrested or given a ticket in Schenectady County, the traffic court lawyers of Palumbo & Associates, PC can defend you. Our traffic court defense lawyers know what you want – convenience, ease, peace of mind, and protection of your insurance premiums. That’s what our Schenectady traffic court lawyers do for you. We get your court appearance waived, you never have to come to our office, and we ensure your driving record stays as clean as possible to protect your insurance rates.