Speeding & Traffic Ticket Lawyer in
Wheeler, New York

Wheeler, New York

Wheeler is a large rural town in Steuben County, New York. It is part of the southern Finger Lakes region (also considered part of the Southern Tie region). As of July of 2022, the town population was 1,170. Wheeler covers an area of forty-six square miles. The town consists of several hamlets. They are known as Bean Station, Dinehart, Marshalls, Mitchellsville, Renchans, Stickneys and Wheeler.

The town was established in 1820 and named after Captain Silas Wheeler. He served in the Revolutionary War. Wheeler was captured twice by the British. The first time he was released in a prisoner exchange. The second time he escaped to France and then returned to the United States. He settled with his family in the Wheeler area in the early part of the 19th century.

Traffic Tickets in Wheeler, New York

The main road in Wheeler is New York State Route 53 (NYS-53). It is where most of the town’s traffic offenses are said to occur. NYS-53 provides access to the passing Southern Tier Expressway (I-86) just outside the town boundary. As NYS-53 heads north from I-86 it passes through the hamlets of Marshalls, Wheeler, Renchans, Dineharts and Stickneys. Surrounding the main road are many local roads. Only one other large road runs through Wheeler, which is County Route 13 (Mitchellsville Road). From NYS-53 it runs southeast until it leaves town.

Traffic Tickets in Wheeler are not issued by a local police force. Instead they are issued by the New York State Police and the Steuben County Sheriff’s Department. Any violation issued in Wheeler is answerable to the Wheeler Town Court. The court typically handles violations that involve cell phone usage, unsafe driving, and of course, speeding. The speed limit in Wheeler does not exceed 55 miles per hour. As you approach the more residential areas, the speed limit drops accordingly.

The Benjamin Goldman Law Office

The Benjamin Goldman Law Office provides legal representation to any ticketed motorist in Wheeler. If you are required to submit a plea, you should consider getting in touch with our firm beforehand. We can go over your charge in detail and lay out your options. Consultations with our firm are complimentary. We encourage you to reach out to us. If it does not make sense for you to retain counsel, we will tell you. If it makes sense for you to hire an attorney, we will explain our services clearly and quote a one-time flat fee. Full transparency is important to our firm because it keeps clients content. Most of our business comes from client referrals so we make sure our clients are satisfied by the end of their case.

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.

Information on the Wheeler Justice Court

Address: 6429 Gardner Road, Bath, New York 14810
Location: Google Maps
Phone: (607) 776-7208
Town Justice: Hon. Lisa Partridge-Johns
Prosecutor: ADA Anna Ciesla