Sweden, New York
Sweden is the name of a town in Monroe County, New York. It covers about thirty-four square miles with a population of 14,750 (as of June of 2022). It is around twenty miles west of Rochester and is considered its suburb. Within the town is the Village of Brockport. It is the town’s main population area and is the location of most town offices.
Traffic Tickets in Sweden, New York
The Village of Brockport has its own police department. Police coverage for the rest of the town is provided by New York State Police and Monroe County Sheriff’s Department. Traffic tickets they issue on town roads are adjudicated in the Sweden Town Court. The court is located in the Sweden Town Hall on State Street in Brockport.
Most traffic stops occur on the town’s arterial roadways, New York State Route 19 (Lake Road) and New York State Route 31 (Brockport Spencerport Road). These two roads intersect just south of Brockport. Heading East on NYS-31 brings motorists to the Spencerport Expressway. Heading north on NYS-19 lets motorists reach Brockport. For any ticket issued in Sweden, you can get in touch with the Benjamin Goldman Law Office.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
When clients retain the Benjamin Goldman Law Office, they can rest assured that our staff will utilize all legal means to their advantage. Our goal is to reduce the violation you received as much as possible. The attorneys at the Benjamin Goldman Law Office have been litigating in the Monroe Courts since 2011. Our firm has obtained advantageous results for our clients. If you would like to speak with an attorney from our firm, do not hesitate to give us a call. We encourage you to take advantage of our complimentary consultation service. We look forward to discussing your ticket.
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.