Binghamton, New York
Binghamton is a city and a town in Broome County, New York. The town sits above the Pennsylvania state line. The city is just north of the town. The city has a larger population while the town is geographically larger but more rural. Broome County is in the Southern Tier region. The City Binghamton is the most populated city in the region with around fifty thousand residents. The Binghamton metropolitan area is centered around the city.
Traffic Tickets in Binghamton, New York
The east-west I-86/NYS-17 meet the north-south I-81 as it comes up from Pennsylvania and they run together through a part of the city. The typical speed limit on these highways is 65 mph. When entering the city area the highway lanes narrow and there are more frequent exits. The speed limit is therefore reduced to 55 mph. However motorists do not often notice the speed reduction and continue driving on the assumption that the speed limit is 65 mph. This turns the area into a “speed trap” and numerous motorists are stopped for speeding. Traffic tickets can be issued by New York State Police or Broome County Sheriff’s Office. The Binghamton City Police patrol the local city roads.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
For any traffic ticket that requires an answer to the Binghamton City Court or Binghamton Town Court you can contact the Benjamin Goldman Law Office for a free consultation. Our law firm helps motorists with traffic matters throughout the Southern Tier region and we can help with any Binghamton traffic violation. There are a number of different methods to handling traffic charges. An experienced traffic ticket attorney can guide you through the process and utilize all legal avenues to get you the best possible disposition.
Points Reduced or Money Back Guarantee*
We understand the reluctance of retaining an attorney that you have never met or will probably ever meet. To assuage these concerns, we offer a “Points Reduced or Money Back Guarantee”. This provides for a full refund of the legal fee if the total points cannot be reduced at all. This term will be in your retainer agreement signed by Mr. Goldman.
*Traffic tickets only. Does not apply to misdemeanors and felonies.