We routinely appear at the Freeport Village Court and are familiar with the court’s policies and procedures. When we fight a traffic ticket, our goal is to reduce, and in many cases eliminate any points from appearing on your driving record. Often times we are able to conference with the prosecutor to negotiate a no point, nonmoving violation plea bargain. Such a plea will prevent an increase in your insurance premiums. It also will not put you at risk of being subject to the driver responsibility assessment fee that may be imposed by the DMV.
Our attorneys have experience handling all moving violations, including but not limited to speeding, failure to obey a traffic control device, failure to stop at a steady red light or stop sign, following too closely, failure to use designated lane, failure to signal, and using a cell phone or portable electronic device while driving. We also fight misdemeanor traffic offenses such as driving with a suspended license and driving with a suspended registration. Additionally, we handle tickets for no insurance, uninspected vehicle, unregistered vehicle, unlicensed operator and all equipment violations.
Often times our attorneys can appear in court on your behalf without your presence being necessary. This saves you from having to take time off from work or away from your family to come to court. All we need is for you to sign an authorization that gives us the authority to handle the case in your absence. We will email you the authorization, you sign it at the bottom and return it to us via email, mail or fax, and then we go to court on your behalf. It’s as simple as that.
Due to our prosecutorial background, we are familiar with the court’s plea bargain guidelines and during a phone conversation we can inform you of the likely outcome of your traffic matter. We believe that each case is unique and deserves a careful review by our attorneys. Clients can contact our office via email or telephone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is this availability and attention to detail that sets the Law Office of David Galison, P.C. apart from other law firms. Call us today to speak to an attorney.
The Freeport Village Court is located at 40 No. Ocean Avenue, Freeport, NY 11520. The court is in session on Monday evenings at 5:30 pm, as well as Wednesday and Thursday mornings at 9:00 am. The court handles traffic and parking violations.
Freeport is a village in the town of Hempstead. Freeport is on the South Shore of Long Island in the southwestern part of Nassau County. Baldwin is to the west, Merrick to the east, and Roosevelt to the north. The village has its own municipal electric, utility and police, fire and water departments. Freeport is New York State’s second-biggest village.