The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a law firm that practices almost exclusively traffic ticket defense. Our firm helps motorists throughout Onondaga County. We have obtained substantial reductions and dismissals for serious tickets on behalf of our clients. For all drivers with tickets in Clay, the Benjamin Goldman Law Offices a free consultation. Please feel free to reach out.
Clay, New York
Clay is a town in Onondaga County, New York. It is a suburb of Syracuse and the largest town in the county. The population is around 60,000. New York State Route 481 traverses Clay and it the quickest way to get between downtown Oswego and Syracuse. New York State Route 31 is the main east–west highway through the town. Clay has its own police department and justice court.
Traffic Tickets in Clay
The Town of Clay Justice Court handles all the traffic violations in Clay. Traffic Tickets can be issued by members of the New York State Police, Onondaga County Sheriff's Department, or Town of Clay Police Department.
Before you do anything with your traffic ticket it makes the most sense to contact a traffic ticket defense firm. An attorney can go to court instead of you and handle your ticket. Just pleading guilty is not generally a wise course of action even if in fact you are guilty. Some tickets can be very costly especially when it triggers a Driver Responsibility Assessment Fee. Costs will then become even more prohibitive when considering the increases in insurance premiums. Please note legally and ethically you can get your ticket reduced even if fact you are guilty of the charged violation.
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 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.
*Traffic tickets only. Does not apply to misdemeanors and felonies.