Top New York Traffic Ticket Lawyers - New York

New York State Moving Violations Attorney Karen Friedman gets results for her clients. Her practice includes handling a variety of traffic-related matters, including traffic and trucking violations, misdemeanors and appeals. She appears in court daily defending motorists and trucking companies against a variety of crimes and violations. If you are convicted of a moving violation or crime, it can...

Whenever you face a traffic violation in New York, it is imperative to know your rights. You can turn to the Law Office of Michael Block, Attorney at Law, for aggressive, reliable defense. Since 1988, Mr. Block has been focused exclusively on advocating for people throughout the state, including New York City and Long Island, against criminal, traffic, Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) and...

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As any business owner in New York City knows, you will inevitably have to deal with parking tickets and traffic violations when your company operates commercial vehicles and trucks. While these tickets may simply be a part of doing business in New York, they can nevertheless have a significant impact on your bottom line, which is why you need a dedicated law firm looking out for your business’s...

From my law office in Catskill, New York, James M. Wagman Attorney at Law, I strive to provide the highest level of representation possible to those who receive a traffic ticket as well as those who face charges for DUI/DWI, drug crimes, violent crimes, or other felonies and misdemeanors. I have over 30 years of experience handling all types of traffic violations and other criminal charges, and I...

James Kleinbaum Attorney At Law P.C. is a country settled practice with large city character. It is a statewide practice nestled within the Hudson Valley focusing in Columbia, Greene, Dutchess, Rensselaer, and Albany counties. The office serves the needs of a variety of clientele in the areas of real estate, collection law, traffic infractions including speeding tickets and DWI/DWAI, and civil...

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