Erin, New York
Erin is a town in Chemung County, New York. It is part of New York’s Southern Tier Region and also part of the Elmira Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of March of 2022, the town population was 1,910. The town was formed in 1822 and named by early Irish settlers. Erin in the traditional Gaelic language means Ireland.
Traffic Tickets in Erin, New York
The roads in Erin are patrolled by the New York State Police and the Chemung County Sheriff’s Department. The violations they issue are answerable to the Erin Town Court. The town court handles many different traffic violations. They’re most commonly adjudicated charge however, is for speeding. These tickets are typically issued on the larger roads in town, such as New York State Route 233 (Breesport Road / Marsh Road). NYS-233 is the town’s arterial road that passes through the most developed part of town. It enters town from the north-east corner and leaves through the west boundary, heading towards Breesport. County Route 41 (Marsh Road) branches off NYS-233 as it turns west. It continues south through the remaining half of town and continues until it reaches the neighboring town of Baldwin. The remaining portions of town are accessible by smaller local roads.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
If you were issued a ticket in Erin and are looking to fight it, consider getting in touch with the Benjamin Goldman Law Office. We have gone to court on the behalf of thousands of motorists in Chemung County and have successfully reduced and dismissed tickets of all kinds. Our lawyers are top class when it comes to New York State’s Vehicle and Traffic Law. They do everything possible to walk out of court with nothing less than the ideal disposition. They handle the phone calls, the e-mails, and even the court appearances. Our firm offers a complimentary consultation to any motorist cited in Erin. No prior notice or appointment necessary. Call at your convenience.
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.