Lawyer’s Traffic Ticket Guide for Parishville Town Court
The Town of Parishville lies partially inside Adirondack State Park, alongside the St. Regis and Raquette Rivers, and covers more than 101 square miles in St. Lawrence County. Joe Indian Pond, and the Lake Falls and Rainbow Falls Reservoirs are all in the greater area of town, which has a population of 2,153 (2010 U.S. Census). The area is served by NY State Routes 56 and 72, on which many drivers are pulled over daily for speeding violations.
Further complicating things are the frequently changing topography with the rolling hills and rapidly changing speed limits. Unless a driver keeps an uber vigilant eye on their speedometer, they could be prone to being tagged with a costly traffic summons.
If you have received a speeding ticket that is returnable to Parishville Town Court, then give our experienced attorneys a call today for a consultation. Our attonreys can be reached at 800-893-9645.Entering Your Plea
Entering a Not Guilty Plea: If you wish to fight your ticket, you would have to enter a not guilty plea. Instructions on how to do so are provided on your ticket.
Once the court receives your not guilty plea, you will be sent a court notice. This notice will tell you when your court appearance is.
Entering a Guilty Plea: If you wish to enter a guilty plea, follow the directions provided on your ticket.
Once the court receives your guilty plea, you will be sent a fine notice. This fine must be paid by the given date.
Important: It is important to remember pleading guilty to a speeding ticket can result in many long term financial consequences. Not only do points get added onto your license, but there are high fines and fees that must be paid, and an increase in your insurance which can cost a lot of money.Getting the Legal Advantage
In today's world of increased costs, a conviction can costs you hundreds or even thousands of dollars in insurance increases and court costs. The repercussions can follow you for years to come.
In order to defend yourself against a traffic matter, a personal appearance is required. A personal appearance in court may be avoided by hiring our law firm.
Our team of attorneys is lead by former NYC prosecutor, Mr. Villanueva. Having Mr. Villanueva on your side gives you a unique advantage of analyzing your case from the perspective of the defense attorney as well as the prosecutor.
If you would like to speak to our attorneys, give us a call at 800-893-9645.Court Tips and Tidbits
Parishville Town Court
PO Box 155
1772 New York Route 72
Parishville, NY 13672
Dress Code: While there is no official dress code, it is important that you dress neatly and always conduct yourself in a respectful manner with the court. Many judges frown upon litigants wearing shorts, open toe sandals, and other similar items.
Plea: The majority of cases are resolved via plea bargaining. In lieu of having a trial, it may be possible to resolve a traffic matter with a lesser included charge. Most resolution will involve a fine and a surcharge. The surcharge is additional monies payable at the end of case that are paid to New York State.
Trial: Each motorist is entitled to a trial on his or her traffic matters. In general, a traffic trial will occur on the driver’s first court appearance. The first court appearance is usually designated as a pre-trial conference.
Tip: You should bring your court notice advising you to appear in court. If you are displaced, showing the court personnel your letter may help in directing you where to go and what to do.
If Found Guilty: If you are found guilty of speeding, there are many different ways in which it may affect you. This can include but is not limited to fines payable to the court, penalties payable to the Department of Motor Vehicles, insurance increases, and incarceration.About Our Firm
At Villanueva and Sanchala, we provide our clients with the highest quality legal representation. We are reputed as some of the best lawyers in all of New York State. We have helped countless clients save their time, money, points and insurance increases. For your consultation, give our attorneys a call today at 800-893-9645.
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