Virgil, New York
Virgil is a town in Cortland County, New York. It is located in the Central New York region. The town is roughly forty miles south of Syracuse., Virgil’s estimated population was 2,400. The town was settled around 1792 and named after the famous ancient Roman poet, Publius Vergilius Maro (Virgil for short). The hamlets of East Virgil, Messengerville (also known as State Bridge) and Virgil make up the town. Virgil is home to the large 220-acre Greek Peak Mountain ski resort.
Traffic Tickets in Virgil
The Virgil Town Court adjudicates many traffic violations throughout the year. This is because of the I-81 interstate that runs parallel to the eastern town line. The New York State Police patrol the highway and conduct many traffic stops, mostly for speeding violations. The local roads are patrolled by the Cortland County Sheriff’s Department. They, like the State Police, write tickets that are adjudicated by the Virgil Town Court.
In the winter, the local roads see more traffic. This is in part due to the ski resort opening for the season. Many traffic tickets are issued to out-of-town motorists. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office can handle any ticket you receive in Virgil. Get in touch with our firm for more information.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office has been fighting on behalf of motorists in Cortland County since 2011. We are a boutique law firm that focuses on traffic ticket defense. Retaining our firm gives you access to a dedicated team of traffic ticket lawyers who fight tooth and nail to obtain the ideal disposition. We take a proactive approach and utilize winning strategies for each client. Consultation with our firm is complimentary. No advance notice needed, simply call us at your convenience.
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.