Chili, New York
Chili is the name of a town in Monroe County, New York. The name of the town is locally pronounced as CHAI-lai. The origin of the name is unclear, though it is definitely not named after the dish. According to some versions, Chili is named after the Chiliasts religion, whose followers were early settlers of the town. However the generally accepted explanation is that the town is named after the county of Chile that was fighting for independence around the same time that the town was formed.
Traffic Tickets in Chili
The New York State Thruway runs across the southern portion of Chili. The ancillary I-490 traverses the northwest part of the town. Also, a small part of the ancillary I-390 goes through the town. Highways always means traffic stops, so the Town of Chili Court deals with a high number of Thruway tickets, mostly for speeding. Traffic stops are also conducted on the local town streets. The busy roads in Chili are Chili Avenue (NYS-33A), Morgan Road (CR-133), Scottsville Chili Road (CR-386), Ballantyne Road (NYS-252)/CR-125), Scottsville Road (NYS-383), and Paul Road (CR-168)/(NYS-252A).
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office offers a free consultation for motorists facing traffic related charges in Chili. Feel free to reach out to us via phone or email. We are a law firm whose primary practice area is vehicle and traffic defense. Our attorneys have been helping motorists in the Central New York region for more than ten years. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is willing and able to take on your case.
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We understand the reluctance of retaining an attorney that you have never met or will probably ever meet. To ease 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. This term will be in your retainer agreement signed by Mr. Goldman.
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