Allegany, New York
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Allegany is a town and village in Cattaraugus County, New York. The village is within the town. The town is home to St. Bonaventure University. As of May of 2023, the total population between the town and village was estimated at 7,500. The area is known as the Western New York region. Allegany is rural and mountainous. The two closest cities are Buffalo and Erie, Pennsylvania, each more than an hour away. The southern part of the town forms the New York–Pennsylvania border.
Traffic Tickets in Allegany, New York
The Southern Tier Expressway (NYS-17/I-86) crosses through the town. It is a four lane highway divided by a grassy median. The speed limit is 65 mph. New York State Troopers patrol the highway and often stop motorists for speeding violations. Some traffic stops are conducted on local roads, such as State Route 16 (NYS-16), Five Mile Road (CR-19), Route 417 (NYS-417), and Nine Mile Road (CR-60). The local roads are patrolled by Cattaraugus County Sheriffs or Allegany Village Police. Traffic violations on the highway are made answerable to the Allegany Town Court. Violations on the local roads are made answerable to the Allegany Town Court or the Allegany Village Court, depending on the location of the alleged violation. For any traffic related matter in Allegany, you can contact the Benjamin Goldman Law Office for a free consultation.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a New York State traffic ticket defense firm. We can help with any traffic violation in either of the Allegany justice courts. We also help motorists that were charged with an AUO3 and other more serious charges. The attorneys at the Benjamin Goldman Law Office have obtained many dismissals and substantial reductions on behalf of its clients. You can get in touch with us at your convenience. Consultations are always free.
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Our firm offers a Point Reduction or Money Back Guarantee*. This means we will issue a full refund of the legal fee if we are unable to reduce the total points associated with your tickets.
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