Roscoe, New York
Roscoe is a hamlet of the town of Rockland, located in Sullivan County, New York. As of August of 2021, the hamlet's population was 580. Roscoe is a popular fly-fishing enthusiasts destination due to it's location along two popular trout fishing rivers (Beaver Kill and Willowemoc Creek). Roscoe calls itself "Trout Town, USA" despite technically being a hamlet.
Traffic Tickets in Roscoe
Motorists who receive tickets in and around Roscoe are often confused as there are two separate town courts in the hamlet. Both the Rockland Town Court and the Colchester Town Court can be found minutes from each other. They handle matters found in their respective towns, but also have jurisdiction over parts of New York State Route 17 (NYS-17). Rockland Town Court handles all NYS-17 matters in the western portion of Sullivan County, and Colchester Town Court handles all NYS-17 matters in the eastern portion of Delaware County. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is familiar with both courts in Roscoe. Any motorists who receives a ticket in either Rockland or Colchester should consider reaching out to our firm.
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. Our law firm is familiar with both courts in Roscoe. 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 fifteen minute complimentary consultation, so please feel free to reach outto us at any time.
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 the legal fee if we are unable to reduce the total points associated with your tickets.
*Traffic tickets only. Does not apply to misdemeanors and felonies.