Have you received a traffic ticket that is returnable to the Bayville Village Court? If so, contact the Law Office of David Galison, P.C. today. Our office specializes in traffic ticket defense. Our goal is to reduce, and in many cases eliminate points from appearing on your driver record.
If you plead guilty to or are found guilty after trial of a moving violation it will most likely result in points being assessed against your New York State driver record. If you accumulate six or more points on your driver record within an 18-month period the DMV will impose a driver responsibility assessment fee. This is a fee that you must pay to the DMV over a three year period. The annual assessment is $100. The minimum amount that you must pay each year is the annual assessment. The total assessment for the three years is $300. If you receive more than six points on your driver record during an 18-month period the annual assessment is $25 for each point in addition to the original six points. The minimum amount that you must pay each year is the annual assessment. The total assessment for the three years is $75 for each point in addition to the six points that triggered the assessment fee. The DMV assessment fee is in addition to any fines, penalties or surcharges that you must already pay for a traffic conviction. The purpose of the assessment is to prevent the repeated behavior of what DMV sees as problem drivers and to improve traffic safety.
Points on your driver record can also result in an increase in your auto insurance premiums. Additionally, if you receive more than ten points on your driving record within an 18-month period the DMV may suspend your driving privileges.
Given the potential consequences that a traffic ticket can have on your wallet and ability to drive, it is important to hire an experienced attorney who will fight hard on your behalf. At the Law Office of David Galison, P.C. we rigorously defend all traffic ticket violations. We handle traffic tickets at the Bayville Village Court, as well as traffic courts throughout Nassau and Suffolk County, and the five boroughs.
We handle all moving violations including but not limited to Speeding, Using a Cell Phone While Driving, Following Too Closely, Failure to Use Designated Lane, Failure to Signal, Failure to Stop at a Stop Sign or Red Light, Drove Across Hazardous Marking and Failure to Obey a Traffic Control Device. We also fight misdemeanor traffic offenses such as Driving With a Suspended License-3rd Degree, 2nd Degree and Driving With a Suspended Registration.
Call us today at 516-242-4477 for a free consultation. During a brief phone call we will inform you of the number of points you are charged with and the anticipated outcome of your case. If you choose to retain our office to fight the ticket we will email you an authorization to sign that gives us discretion to handle the ticket in court without your presence being necessary, saving you time away from work, family and other important obligations. Call us today to find out how we can help you.
The Bayville Village Justice Court meets once a week at 6 pm. The Court is located in the Village Hall located at 34 School Street, Bayville, NY 11709.
The Village of Bayville is a village located on the Long Island Sound facing Greenwich, Connecticut. Bayville is often referred to as Pine Island. The Incorporated Village of Bayville is located within the town of Oyster Bay. The village was incorporated in 1919.