The Nassau County Traffic & Parking Violations Agency Has a New Location: 801 Axinn Avenue, Garden City, NY

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The Nassau County Traffic & Parking Violations Agency is now located in Garden City, New York, at 801 Axinn Avenue. The Nassau County Traffic and Parking Violations Bureau was previously located at 16 Cooper Street West, Hempstead, NY.

You may be required to appear at the Traffic & Parking Violations Agency offices for an arraignment of a moving violation, to challenge or try and resolve a  traffic ticket issued in the unincorporated portions of Nassau County, or to pay a traffic ticket fine.

You can request a hearing if you receive a traffic ticket in Nassau County and wish to contest it. For those who need to appear in court, appearances will only occur between 9:00 am and 11:15 am or 1:00 pm to 3:15 pm on weekdays. Priorities will be made for those who make appointments online.

Make sure to distinguish Nassau County Traffic & Parking Violations Agency from Nassau County District Court. These are separate entities. In the vast majority of situations, the Nassau County Court does not handle non-criminal traffic violations. You generally will go to the Nassau County Traffic Court to fight your Nassau County traffic tickets, pay outstanding tickets, and take your ticket violation to trial. The one exception is when your traffic ticket is accompanied by a criminal matter (in which case often all of these matters will be returnable at the Nassau County District Court, located at 99 Main Street, Hempstead, NY.

At Weiss & Associates, PC, our experienced traffic defense attorneys can successfully help you resolve a traffic violation with the Nassau County Traffic & Parking Violations Agency. Our attorneys will evaluate your case and devise a legal strategy to fight any charges or points to your license.

If you believe you have been mistakenly issued a traffic ticket, contact us at 212-683-7373 or request a free consultation today.

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