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If you have been cited for speeding or proceeding through a red light, the counties and boroughs in New York City including, The Bronx, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens or Long Island in Suffolk County, and Nassau County or even Westchester County each may have a different location, procedures, and court in dealing with traffic violations.
We have below, the address of the traffic court in Westchester County and will discuss the policies in this county.
Depending on which court in Westchester there may or may not be a District Attorney for traffic tickets and for this reason some courts do not plan a bargain.
If there is no District attorney the only people involved are the Traffic Ticket Lawyer, the Police, a Judge, and the defendant. Therefore, only two options are available: to have a trial or to plead guilty. There just is not a substitute for a Speeding Ticket Lawyer with experience and who can query the Police Officer of the method used to gauge the defendant’s speed with radar visual or if they were docked. Assuming that no witnesses are involved, it will be your word against the Officer’s. This explains the importance of questioning the Officer. Establishing any inconsistencies or discrepancies within the Officer’s testimony, gives you a winning chance against a Speeding Ticket. It is very important to try to contest a Speeding Ticket as insurance companies seek to raise the rates of their insureds that have received a Speeding Ticket. In addition, the Department of Motor Vehicles institutes penalties against your Driver's License by assessing points. A total of eleven points in an eighteen-month period can result in the suspension of your license. Each Westchester County Traffic Ticket Lawyer will attest to this. The points are accrued based upon the issue day of the ticket not the date of conviction. One of the New York Traffic Lawyers in our office assembled the Westchester County Traffic Violations system of points. The conviction of speeding up to ten miles an hour over the speed limit is worth three points on your license. The conviction of traveling between eleven and twenty miles per hour exceeding the speed limit accrues four points. Traveling twenty-one to thirty miles an hour over the speed limit acquires six points in Westchester County. The conviction of speeding between thirty-one and forty miles an hour beyond the limit adds eight points to your Driver's License. If you are convicted of speeding forty miles or more per hour in excess of the speed limit, eleven points will be assessed and there is the chance that your license could be suspended. This explains the importance of having a Westchester County Speeding Ticket Lawyer familiar with Westchester County Traffic Laws and the New York City Traffic Violators Bureau. Moreover a speeding ticket can also turn in to a criminal charge such as reckless endangerment depending on the facts. Thus you may require a Westchester County Criminal Lawyer At the office of Stephen Bilkis & Associates, PLLC, every Traffic Ticket Lawyer has great experience in handling the wide variety of traffic offenses in New York. This can protect the privilege of driving and our clients’ Licenses. Moreover, we try to restore suspended driving privileges. Please do not hesitate to call our office to arrange an appointment with one of our attorneys. We will provide a consultation free of charge at our Westchester County location. The Main Traffic Violations Bureau Court is open from 8:30am until 4:30pm Monday through Friday, and on Thursdays they are open until 6pm. The traffic court can be found at 111 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, White Plains, NY. Remember local town and villages may have their own traffic court.