Callicoon, New York
Callicoon is a town in Sullivan County, New York. As of April of 2022, the town population was 3,035. Callicoon was formed in 1842 and originally spelled “Collikoon”, which is Dutch for “turkey”. The town covers approximately forty-nine square miles and is located sixty-six miles south-east of Binghamton. Inside the town are several hamlets and one village. The hamlets are Callicoon Center, North Branch and Youngsville. The village is Jeffersonville.
Traffic Tickets in Callicoon, New York
The Callicoon Town Court adjudicates all traffic tickets in town. The court is located in the village of Jeffersonville. Traffic violations in Callicoon are written and issued by the New York State Police and the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department. Most traffic stops are for speeding. The village speed limit is 35 miles per hour. Outside the village, the speed limit fluctuates between 55 and 45 miles per hour. New York State Route 52 is the town’s main road. It passes through the town’s southeastern corner. NYS-52 is the arterial road of Jeffersonville and Youngsville. A County Route intersects it near the east town line. That road is County Route 149 (Shandelee Road), which runs north from Youngsville. It heads to the north-east corner of town and leaves, but not before passing through Shandelee. Callicoon Center and North Branch are accessible via County Route 121/122. It traverses the town’s western half heading north and south.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
In 2011, we opened the Benjamin Goldman Law Office in the nearby town of Monticello. The goal of the firm was to help motorists challenge their traffic infractions. Since 2011, our lawyers have been appearing in all the Sullivan County Justice Courts on behalf of clients. We have helped countless drivers avoid points, suspension, and increased insurance rates. We have experience in the Callicoon Town Court and will be glad to take on your case.
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.