Posts Tagged ‘nassau county’
Freeport Village Court Traffic Ticket Lawyer
Can a Freeport Village Court Traffic Ticket be Beat? You Can Absolutely Beat a Freeport Traffic Ticket! If you receive a Freeport Village Court traffic ticket it is important that you consult with a traffic attorney who has extensive experience fighting tickets in this particular court and is personally familiar with the rules and procedures…Read More
Failure to Move Over Law in Suffolk County & Nassau County
Move Over Law Requirements New York requires that motorists move over when they see an emergency or hazard vehicle on the side of the road with its hazard lights on. Drivers are expected to move one full lane away from the stopped vehicle. This means that traveling in an adjacent lane generally is unacceptable If…Read More
Reckless Driving in Nassau & Suffolk County- A Criminal Charge & Not an Ordinary Traffic Ticket!
Reckless Driving Reckless driving is more than a moving violation—it is a misdemeanor offense. A conviction of reckless driving can result in a jail sentence, points on your license, a fine and several other very serious consequences as follows: Potential Consequences of a Reckless Driving Conviction Potential Jail Sentence Expand 1st Offense: 30 days in…Read More
Lynbrook Village Court Traffic Tickets
Can you Fight a Traffic Ticket in Lynbrook Village Court? You can Absolutely Fight a Lynbrook Village Court Traffic Ticket! If you receive a traffic ticket in Lynbrook Village, it is crucial that you speak to a traffic attorney that has experience defending traffic tickets in this particular court. Every court has different rules and…Read More
How Long do Points & Traffic Tickets Stay on your License in NY
How Long Do Points Stay on My License The Driver Violation Point System is how the New York State DMV identifies and penalizes high risk drivers. The DMV assigns a different amount of points to each moving violation based upon its severity. Please feel free to visit our Point Chart to view the different traffic…Read More
I Received a Traffic Ticket in Suffolk County/Nassau County, Long Island -What Do I Do?
What to do when you Receive a Traffic Ticket Receiving a traffic ticket is never a pleasant experience. In this article we outline the steps you must take and the options you have when you are charged with a traffic violation on Long Island, New York. 1st – Check your Ticket for Errors Driver Name…Read More
Should I Plead Guilty to an Electronic Device Ticket in Suffolk County, Nassau County or NYC?
Never Plead Guilty to an Electronic Device Violation The Law governing Electronic Device Tickets New York’s Vehicle and Traffic Law (“VTL”) contains two sections that prohibit the use of cell phones and electronic device while driving. VTL 1225-c governs the use of Cell Phones and VTL 1225-d governs the use of Portable Electronic Devices.…Read More
Should I Plead Guilty to a Cell Phone Ticket in Suffolk County, Nassau County or NYC?
Never Plead Guilty to a Cell Device Violation The Law governing Cell Phone Tickets New York’s Vehicle and Traffic Law (“VTL”) contains two sections that prohibit the use of cell phones while driving. VTL 1225-c governs the use of Cell Phones and VTL 1225-d governs the use of Portable Electronic Devices. In this article we…Read More
How to Get Out of a Traffic Ticket in Suffolk County, Nassau County & NYC
How Do I Get out of Traffic Ticket Getting pulled over for a traffic stop is never a pleasant experience, but you don’t need to panic. Following these traffic stop Do’s & Dont’s should help keep you and the officer both feel safe and calm, make the traffic stop as painless as possible and may…Read More
Aggravated Unlicensed Operation Lawyer – Suffolk & Nassau County
Aggravated Unlicensed Operation / Driving with a Suspended License is a Criminal Charge Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a motor vehicle is not an ordinary traffic violation – it is a criminal charge. A driver is charged with an AUO if he or she is caught driving with a suspended or revoked license. There are varying…Read More