Have you received a traffic ticket that is returnable to the Malverne Village Court? If so, contact the Law of David Galison, P.C. today. Our attorneys routinely appear at the Malverne Village Court and are well versed in the procedures and practices of the court. Our goal is to reduce, and in many cases eliminate points from appearing on your driving record.
The Law Office of David Galison, P.C. handles all moving violations, including misdemeanor driving offenses. We fight tickets for Speeding, Following Too Closely, Using a Cell Phone While Driving, Failure to Obey a Traffic Control Device, Failure to Stop at a Stop Sign, Failure to Stop at a Red Light, Failure to Signal, Failure to Maintain Lane, and Failure to Use Designated Lane. Our attorneys also defend criminal driving offenses such as Driving With a Suspended License-1st, 2nd and 3rd Degree, Driving with a Suspended Registration and Leaving the Scene of an Accident with Property Damage and Physical Injury.
A plea of guilty to a moving violation can often result in points being assessed on your New York State driving record. Points can potentially lead to an increase in your auto insurance premium, the imposition of the Driver Responsibility Assessment Fee by the NYS DMV, and the revocation of your driving privileges if you receive more than ten points within an 18-month period. Given these potential consequences, it is wise to consult with an attorney before pleading guilty to a traffic ticket.
The Law Office of David Galison, P.C. offers a free phone consultation to potential traffic tickets clients. During a brief phone call an attorney will inform you of the number of points you are charged with and the anticipated outcome of the case. When you call be sure to have the traffic ticket with you so that you can answer any questions that the attorney may have regarding it, specifically which court the ticket is returnable to. Each court handles traffic tickets differently and has different plea bargain guidelines. Given that our attorneys routinely appear at all courts throughout Long Island, the five boroughs and Westchester we can inform you of the anticipated outcome of your ticket based on our extensive experience handling tickets in the court that the ticket is returnable to.
After the brief phone consultation we ask that you email our office with your name and contact information as well as a copy of the ticket. Once we receive the email we will prepare and email you back an authorization to sign. The authorization gives us permission to go to court to handle the ticket without your presence being necessary. Hiring our office saves you the time and inconvenience of having to attend court. You sign the authorization at the bottom and return that, along with the retainer fee, to our office and then we take it from there. The process is simple, easy and stress free.
The Malverne Village Court is located at 99 Church Street, Malverne, NY.
Malverne is a village in the town of Hempstead in Nassau County, New York. Malverne is considered a “full service” municipality with nearly all government services provided by the village itself. The Village hosts its own Police Department, Volunteer Fire Department, Voluntee Ambulance Corps, Police Reserve, Department of Public Works, Emergency Management Commission, Public Library, Youth Board, and village television station-MalverneTV.