Harrisburg, New York
Harrisburg is a rural town in Lewis County, New York. As of April of 2022, the population was just 460. There are three hamlets in Harrisburg: Bellwood, Harrisburg and Windecker. The area of Harrisburg is known as the Tug Hill region. This region covers the plateau between the Adirondack Mountains and Lake Ontario. It is mostly composed of sparsely populated villages and is known for its record-breaking snow accumulations.
Traffic Tickets in Harrisburg, New York
The town’s arterial road, New York State Route 12 (NYS-12) is the origin of most Harrisburg related traffic charges. NYS-12 passes through the north-east corner of town diagonally, heading north-west and south-east. Traffic stops in Harrisburg are conducted by Lewis County Sheriffs or New York State Troopers. They issue traffic citations for various infractions, from the serious like driving with a suspended registration to the low-level type of charge like expired inspection.
All traffic violations in Harrisburg are adjudicated in combined Harrisburg/Montague/Pickney Justice Court. The court is located in the Harrisburg Town Hall on Cobb Road.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
For any traffic related charge in Harrisburg, you can contact the Benjamin Goldman Law Office. We provide free consultations. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office operates across the entire New York State. Our law firm’s practice area is solely Vehicle & Traffic Law. Our emphasis on traffic tickets means we have extensive knowledge of traffic law and are familiar with the intricacies of the various justice courts. Indeed, our lawyers have been able to help motorists avoid suspensions and increases in insurance rates. Feel free to get in touch with us for a detailed conversation about your case.
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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.
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