Stopped for Speeding on the New York State Thruway in Albany County?
When you’re pulled over for speeding on Interstate 87, Route 9, Route 32 or Route 443, you may think that your traffic ticket is a minor annoyance. While this generally is true, most people’s driving records are more important than they realize. A negative element on a driving record, such as a citation for driving under a suspended license, can have long-term repercussions far beyond the effort and expense of hiring a knowledgeable traffic violation defense lawyer.
The district attorneys in Bethlehem Town Court have a reputation for working better with traffic lawyers than with people who try to represent themselves in traffic court. If you are hoping to have the traffic charges against you reduced or dismissed, it is important to have an Albany County traffic ticket lawyer negotiate on your behalf.
Contact a Bethlehem Town Court Municipal Traffic Attorney
Our experienced New York state traffic ticket violation attorneys in Albany and Schenectady are familiar with the local Albany County courts. In most situations, our attorneys can appear in Bethlehem Town Court on behalf of out-of-state drivers and NY residents so they don’t have to bear the time and expense of returning to Delmar to fight traffic tickets.
To learn how our Albany County traffic law attorneys can help get your fees, penalties and charges reduced, or maybe even dismissed, contact us online or call 866-642-3807.
Some of the common charges our clients face in Bethlehem Town Court include:
- VTL 319: Operating a motor vehicle without insurance
- VTL 511: Aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle
- VTL 1111: Failure to obey a traffic signal
- VTL 1180: Speed not reasonable and prudent
- VTL 1192: Driving while ability impaired
- VTL 1212: Reckless driving
Delmar’s local traffic courthouse is located at:
Bethlehem Town Court
447 Delaware Avenue
Delmar, NY 12054
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday