Bovina, New York
Bovina is a town in Delaware County, New York. The town covers forty four square miles. Bovina is mountainous and rural. As of April of 2022, the town population was just at 605. It was established in 1820 and named by General Erastus Root. He came up with the name when he realized how suitable the area was for Bovine to graze.
Traffic Tickets in Bovina, New York
Bovina’s arterial road is County Route 6 (Bovina Road). It heads east and west through town. The west end terminates as it meets New York State Route 28 in the southwest corner of town. The east end leaves town and continues south-east into the neighboring town. New York State Route 28 cuts through the southwest area. From the north, County Route 5 (Bovina Center-South Kortright Road) enters town and heads south until it meets County Route 5 in Bovina Center. The remaining town area consists of small local roads.
Police services in Bovina are provided by the New York State Police and the Delaware County Sheriff’s Department. Traffic tickets issued in town are adjudicated at the Bovina Town Court. The court is located on Highway 6 in Bovina Center. The court typically handles low level infractions, as well as speeding tickets.
If you were issued a traffic violation in Bovina, don’t hesitate to reach out to the Benjamin Goldman Law Office for assistance.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a boutique law firm that exclusively practices Vehicle Traffic law. We opened our office in Monticello, New York over ten years ago. Since then, we have been helping motorists in Delaware County with traffic tickets. Our attorneys focus on getting the points eliminated, thereby ensuring that you avoid the hikes in insurance premiums. You can reach out and discuss your case.
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