Brockport, New York
Brockport is a village in Monroe County, New York. Most of the village is within the Town of Sweden. A small portion is in the Town of Clarkson. Brockport’s population, as of June of 2022, was 8,691. The village is located around ten miles south of the Lake Ontario shore and around twenty miles west of Downtown Rochester. The Erie Canal played a vital role in the village’s growth. It was one of several popular port locations. For a brief time, Brockport was the canal’s terminus until the west end was finished.
Traffic Tickets in Brockport, New York
The Brockport Village Court is one of the newest courts in New York State. It was established in 2014. Previously all Brockport matters were adjudicated in the Sweden Town Court. The court has jurisdiction over all traffic law violations alleged to have been committed within the village. Most traffic tickets are issued by officers of the Brockport Police Department. County sheriffs and state troopers can conduct traffic stops as well.
New York State Route 19 (Main Street) runs north-south through the center of Brockport. Most of the village’s tickets originate there. Violations include speeding, driving while using an electronic device, or driving with a suspended registration. For any traffic related charges in Brockport, you can contact the Benjamin Goldman Law Office.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is dedicated to assisting motorists with traffic violations. We are a New York State traffic ticket defense firm that serves the Finger Lakes region. Since 2011, we have been fighting on behalf of motorists in Monroe County. We are ready to take on your case in Brockport. Consultation with our firm is complementary and encouraged. We can discuss your ticket in detail and lay out your options.
Points Reduced or Money Back Guarantee*
Our firm offers a Point Reduction or Money Back Guarantee*. This means we will issue a full refund of your legal fee if we are unable to reduce the points added to your license as a result of the ticket.
*Traffic tickets only. Does not apply to misdemeanors and felonies.