Hardenburgh Town Court, Arkville, NY
Hardenburgh Town Court
51 Rider Hollow Road, PO Box 451,
Arkville NY 12406
Town of Hardenburgh Website: http://www.townofhardenburgh.org/
In most cases you do not have to appear in court. As your traffic violation lawyer, I can stand in your place in Hardenburgh Town Court and in negotiations. Most importantly, I’ll explain how I can help you. The cost of increased insurance premiums and fines on a moving violation in New York can be substantial. Public transportation cost can be expensive. And if you lose your license, you can lose your means of making a living. I may be able to reduce your ticket to a lesser charge, or get it dismissed. I’ve been helping people with traffic cases in Ulster County NY for 30 years.
If you’re concerned about your insurance premiums, your motor vehicle points, your driving record or any issues related to your traffic citation(s), call my New York office for a free consultation. Whether you’re a local Ulster County resident, a New York driver, an out-of-state driver or even a Canadian driver, I can help you with your tickets.
Don’t pay the ticket until you’ve spoken with a lawyer. Hardenburgh, NY is located in Catskill Park. NY Route 54 runs through Hardenburg. If you were charged for a violation on Rte. 54 or on any local roads, I can help you fight your ticket charges.
I can help you when you’re facing:
- Driving with a Suspended or Revoked License
- Driving without a License
- Driving without Insurance
- High-Speed Tickets
- Cell Phone Tickets
- Commercial Drivers Licenses
- Repeat Offenders
- DWI/DWAI/DUI, and any Other Vehicle Related Charges
Don’t plead guilty. Use an experienced New York traffic lawyer.Hardenburgh Traffic Court: What You Should Know About the Process?
The three main people involved in a Hardenburgh traffic court case are the police officer, the lawyer and the judge. Sometimes, there is also a prosecuting lawyer. Knowing the Hardenburgh roads, police officers, prosecutors and judges helps. I have that experience. My knowledge lets me make the right factual, the right legal and the right emotional arguments to the right people. There are no guarantees, but direct experience in Hardenburgh traffic court does make the negotiations more persuasive.Trying the Case
If a negotiated deal can’t be reached, the police officer and the prosecutor have the burden of proving their case beyond a reasonable doubt. The officer has to testify using only his direct knowledge. I will have the right to cross-examination of the police officer in every aspect of the case – when he/she first saw you, why they stopped you, why they wrote the ticket(s).
- Your defenses – If the defenses are factual, it helps if you appear because you will have to testify. As your lawyer, I can assert the legal defenses, without the need for you to appear. The defenses will differ depending on the actual charge, what the police officer/prosecutor can really prove and the facts of the case.
The results. Your charges will be dismissed (if you’re found not guilty) or sent to the NY Department of Motor Vehicles.
You may have to pay a fine, penalty or court costs – If the charges have been reduced, you will have to pay much less. That’s one of my aims (other than having the charge dismissed) — to reduce the consequences.
If you’re found guilty of any charges, those charges may be forwarded to the state or country that issued your license.
Your insurance rates will stay the same (the charges were dropped or sufficiently reduced) or they will increase (for more serious violations).
Your license may be suspended or revoked.
A speeding ticket and other traffic violations can put points on your driver’s license. Too many points can lead to an increase in your insurance premiums and the possible suspension of your license. Before you pay a traffic fine in Hardenburgh Town Court, Arkville, NY, contact us, or call my office at (866) 938-8498 for a free consultation.
I will have empathy for your situation. I understand the distress of being stopped by the police. I’ll explain the traffic court process and the possible consequences including all of the financial costs. In most cases, you do not have to appear in court.