Have you received a traffic ticket that is returnable to the Lynbrook Village Court? If so, call the Law Office of David Galison, P.C. today for a Free Consultation. Our attorneys appear on a regular basis at the Lynbrook Village Court and are fully familiar with the rules and procedures of the court.
A conviction or plea of guilty to a moving violation can result in points on your driver’s license, courts fines, the imposition of the DMV Driver Responsibility Assessment Fee, and increased insurance premiums. Our goal is to limit, and in many cases eliminate, the number of points that you receive.
The number of points that may result on your driver’s license depends on the traffic violation that you received a ticket for. Failure to signal and failure to obey a traffic control device are common violations that carry two points. Failure to stop at a steady red traffic signal, failure to stop at a stop sign, failure to maintain lane and failure to use designated lane are common three point violations. Following too closely carries with it four points. The number of points that you may receive from a speeding ticket depends on how many miles per hour over the speed limit the police officer wrote you up for going. Speeding tickets can range from three points to eleven points. It is important to note that if you are convicted three times for speeding within an 18-month period your license may be revoked. Your license may also be revoked if you accumulate more than ten points on your driver’s license within an 18-month period.
Our attorneys have experience handling all Vehicle and Traffic Law violations. When you call our office we will inform you of the number of points you are charged with, the potential outcome of your case and what our legal fee would be to handle the matter. We will request that you email us with your name and contact information, as well as a copy of the ticket(s) you received. We will then provide you with an authorization to sign that often times gives us permission to go to court on your behalf to fight the ticket without your presence being necessary. Our clients appreciate the fact when they hire our office they don’t have to think about the ticket again until we contact them with the disposition information after we have resolved the matter. Call us today so that we can fight hard on your behalf to resolve your traffic ticket on the best terms possible.
The Lynbrook Village Court is located at 1 Columbus Drive, Lynbrook, NY 11563. Lynbrook is a village in Nassau County. The Incorporated Village of Lynbrook is inside the Town of Hempstead, neighboring Malverne to the north, Valley Stream to the west, Hewlett to the southwest, East Rockaway to the southeast, and Rockville Centre to the east. Since 1912, Lynbrook has boasted it own Police Department. Lynbrook also has it own volunteer Fire Department and its own Department of Public Works which provides sanitation management.