Van Etten, New York
Van Etten is a town located in Chemung County, New York. It is considered part of the Southern Tier region of New York State. Van Etten is around fifty miles west of Binghamton and around twenty miles east of Elmira. As of March of 2023, the town’s population was approximately 1,600. The town was settled in 1797 and officially formed in 1854. Van Etten is named after the two brothers that founded the earlier village settlement named Van Etten. Until 2018 the Van Etten village was a separate entity.
Traffic Tickets in Van Etten, New York
Most traffic violations in Van Etten originate on two roads. The first is New York State Route 224 (NYS-224) and the second is New York State Route 34 (NYS-34). They both run north-south through town along the Cayuta Creek. NYS-244 serves the northern half of town and NYS-34 serves the south. The roads meet in what used to be Van Etten village.
There is no local police department in Van Etten. Police coverage is provided by the Chemung County Sheriff’s Department and the New York State Police. Troopers and Sheriff's issue tickets that are adjudicated by the Van Etten Town Court. If you need to submit a plea to the Etten Town Court, consider getting in touch with the Benjamin Goldman Law Office.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a New York State law firm that focuses on traffic violations. From speeding to driving with a suspended license, the Benjamin Goldman Law Office can help. We have been honing our craft for over twelve years, and aim to provide the best possible service to our clients. Our attorneys have been able to obtain significant reductions, and even dismissals, on behalf of many Chemung County clients. Please peruse our testimonials to see what we have been able to do for our previous customers. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office offers motorists a complimentary 10-minute consultation. Feel free to reach out at any time.
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