Angelica, New York
Angelica is a town and village in Allegany County, New York. The village is within the town. Angelica is named after a Revolutionary Era socialite, Angelica Schuyler Church. Her son was the founder of Angelica. The total population of the town as of the 2010 census was 1,403, and most people reside in the village. The town and village have their own justice courts. The village has a small police force as well.
Traffic Tickets in Angelica, New York
The Southern Tier Expressway (I-86/NYS-17) passes through the village and the town. Therefore the local justice courts have to adjudicate a large number of traffic tickets. Most tickets are for speeding above the 65 mph speed limit. Some traffic stops are conducted on the local roads as well. The main roads in Angelica are east-west Main Street/County Route 16 and north-south County Road 15.
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A Note About the Town of Angelica Justice Courts
There are technically two justice courts in Angelica, the Town of Anjelica Justice Court and the Village of Anjelica Justice Court. Both courts are in the same location, both courts have the same personnel, and both courts are in session on the same date and time. The village court handles matters from the village only. The town court handles matters from the town excluding the village. There is little practical difference between the two courts. Your ticket on the highway will be a town ticket or a village ticket depending on the spot of the alleged violation.