Rosendale, New York
Rosendale is a town in Ulster County, New York. The population is around six thousand, spread out over various hamlets. The town has its own small police force and justice court. The justice court has jurisdiction over a broad range of matters, including traffic matters, small claims, evictions, civil matters and criminal offenses.
Traffic Tickets in Rosendale
The Rosendale Town Court is located in the Hamlet of Cottekill. The court adjudicates traffic violations from the Thruway and the town’s local roads. Most Thruway tickets are issues for speeding over the 65 mph limit. The area is patrolled by Troop F of the New York State Police.Tickets on the local roads are for various different violations and can be issued by Rosendale Police Department or Ulster County Sheriff’s Department. The main roads in Rosendale are NYS Route 32, Dewitt Mills Road (CR-28), Lucas Turnpike (CR-1), County Route 25 (Creek Locks Road/Main Street), Route 213 (NYS-213), and County Route 7 (Binnewater Road/Elting Road/Springtown Road).
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. If you have already plead guilty to a ticket, there is no need to worry. We can still take on your case and fight your charge. We have been honing our craft for over a decade, and provide nothing but the best possible service to our clients. 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.