Hire a Traffic Ticket Lawyer in Ontario County, New York

From wineries and restaurants to family-friendly events and festivals, the Finger Lakes region, Ontario County, is home to more than 109,000 people. Motorists are constantly driving through major roadways, such as the New York State Thruway (1-90) and Route 64, to get to the 2 different cities, 16 towns, and 8 villages. Family members and new students may also be headed to the two different colleges that reside in the county. While you are traveling down these roadways to get to your next destination, you want to enjoy the journey. Part of achieving this level of enjoyment is to understand how routine traffic tickets work in the New York State, so you can avoid them. However, if you do violate the law, we want you to know that there is a trusted team of lawyers at Weiss & Associates, PC that is not only here to help you, but also give you a free consultation.

In Ontario County, New York, traffic tickets are heard at these courts:

  • Bristol Town Court
  • Canadice Town Court
  • Canandaigua Town Court
  • Clifton Springs Village Court
  • East Bloomfield Town Court
  • Farmington Town Court
  • Geneva Town Court
  • Gorham Town Court
  • Hopewell Town Court
  • Manchester Town Court
  • Naples Town Court
  • Phelps Town Court
  • Richmond Town Court
  • Seneca Town Court
  • South Bristol Town Court
  • Victor Town Court
  • West Bloomfield Town Court

We want to help you fight your New York traffic ticket. Call our office at 212-683-7373, or email us a photo of your ticket to lawyer@nytrafficticket.com for a free consultation.

“Weiss and Associates, PC was very responsive to my questions. They made the process very easy and even got me a better resolution than they told me I could expect” – Michael W.

Common Reasons Drivers Hire a Traffic Ticket Attorney in Ontario County, New York

The following items are not a complete list of what we do. For a full scope of what we provide, give us a call and we can direct you to satisfy your needs.

Speeding Tickets

Speeding tickets might just be the most common reason motorists who received a New York speeding ticket call us. Upon receiving the ticket, motorists can get fined between $150 and $600. How big or how small the fine is directly related to how fast the driver was going. Motorists also face a surcharge of $88 or $93. Weiss & Associates, PC helps you with free and direct advice.

Fight a License Suspension

A suspended license can result from too many points on a driver’s record, meaning a motorist violated the law more than one time. Our experienced team of lawyers can help fight any case of this matter.

Red Light Tickets

Red light tickets could mean a motorist failed to come to a complete stop at a red light. They can carry three points as well as a fine between $100 and $300, along with a surcharge.

Obstructing Intersection Tickets

Obstructing intersections (blocking the box aka gridlocking) is when a motorist does not observe a sufficient amount of room for their vehicle on the other side of the intersection and beyond the crosswalk, leaving them stuck in the middle of traffic. Two points might be added to your driving record.

Stop Sign Tickets

If a motorist does not come to a complete stop at a stop sign, crosswalk, or building line, they have violated the law. Three points could be added to their ticket and they might see a $150 fine.

Cell Phone & Electronic Device Tickets 

A motorist can be accused of violating the law if a police officer simply observes them holding and “using” their phone. A first offense for a cell phone and electronic device ticket could lead to a fine between $50 and $150. These fines could come with five points added to your driving record, which is a pretty strict offense. Reckless driving also has an offense of 5 points, but it ties into a cell phone and electronic device ticket. The only other ticket that has a point range of this caliber is a speeding ticket of 21 mph or more. Your license could be suspended if you get up to 11 points on your driving record.

Points and Fines Associated with Ontario County Traffic Tickets

The state of New York uses a point system to tally how many offenses are on a driving record along with how bad the offenses are. Fines are paid to the government as a consequence of the NY Traffic Ticket. Both numbers vary on how severe the offense is. The worse the offense, the steeper the fine and higher the points.

Why Hire a Traffic Ticket Attorney in Ontario County

Hiring a traffic ticket attorney to combat your New York traffic ticket for you could save you money. We have helped New Yorkers fight traffic tickets since 1991 and we continue to do so. We have won cases or helped these individuals get reduced points and/or fine fees.

We help our clients sift through the court process easily. In fact, they do not have to show up in court. Hiring Weiss & Associates, PC’s lawyer team could step in for them. We even help get favorable plea deals for our clients. It is even possible to get your case dismissed.

After it is all over, your insurance, then, gets involved. Your rates could potentially be raised for 36 months and depending on when you allegedly violated the law, you can be subject to paying New York State’s Driver Responsibility Assessment Fee (DRAF). This fee could be $300 or more, just for having too many points on your record.

For these reasons, you should call Weiss & Associates, PC today at 212-683-7373, and we can help you fight your case. Or email us at lawyer@nytrafficticket.com with an attached photo of your NY Traffic Ticket and we can set up a free consultation.

Helpful Information About Ontario County Traffic Court

The Ontario County Courthouse is located at 27 North Main Street, Canandaigua, NY 14424. You can request a traffic ticket reduction, but you are required to take and complete a traffic safety course or one that is approved by the New York State DMV. Some ticket reduction courses must be taken in-person depending on the violation you received.

Common Ontario County Traffic Ticket Questions

Should I Fight My Case Even If I Know I Did It?

Yes, we encourage you to do so. The state has to prove its case against you, so there is a chance that you can win or get a more favorable outcome for your specific case.

How Do You Communicate With Clients?

We are open Monday-Friday during normal office hours. Our quickest and best form of correspondence is by phone or email.

Will I have to be there at the trial?

No, you do not have to be at the trial. Hiring our experienced team of attorneys will be in attendance for you and represent you.

Why Let Weiss & Associates, PC Fight Your Traffic Ticket Case

We have a knowledgeable and skilled staff that has been in practice for thirty years. We pride our law firm on helping you stay on the roads and able to legally operate a vehicle.

We want to make sure you understand the legal system and the process it takes to fight your ticket so we break it down for you and walk you through the good and the bad.

Call our team today. Weiss & Associates, PC is happy to help fight your New York Traffic Ticket!

Phone: 212-683-7373
Email: lawyer@nytrafficticket.com

“Weiss and Associates, PC was very responsive to my questions. They made the process very easy and even got me a better resolution than they told me I could expect” – Michael W.