Marbletown, New York
Marbletown is a town in Ulster County, New York. It is an historic town that was originally settled in 1638. For a short period of time, Marbletown served as the Capital of New York State. The town has a number of sites and houses that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The current population is around five thousand.
Traffic Tickets in Marbletown
The Marbletown Justice Court is located in Cottekill. The Hamlet of Cottekill is in the neighboring town of Rosendale. The Marbletown court shares faculties with the Rosendale Town Court. The Marbletown Town Court has jurisdictions over all traffic violations alleged to have been committed within the town of Marbletown. US-209 runs north-south through Marbletown. CR-2 (Krumville Road/Kripplebush Road) and NYS-213 (Atwood Road) are the main east-west roads. A high number of traffic stops are conducted on the 209. The speed limit can be as high as 55 mph, but the speed limit will dip when going through more residential areas. Motorists, often distracted by the scenery, fail to notice the reduced speed limit.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a New York State law firm that focuses on traffic violations. Whether it's speeding, reckless driving, or passing through a red light, the Benjamin Goldman Law Office can assist you. We have been honing our craft for over a decade, and provide nothing but the best possible service to our clients. The Marbletown Town Court is one our law firm is very familiar with. Should you retain our firm, we can even appear in court on your behalf. Our goal is to help you lessen the consequences of receiving a ticket. We offer a complimentary consultation, so please feel free to reach out to us at any time.
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Our firm offers a Point Reduction or Money Back Guarantee*. This means we will issue a full refund of the legal fee if we are unable to reduce the total points associated with your tickets.
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