Bennington, New York
Bennington is a town in Wyoming County, New York. It is part of the Western New York region and is approximately twenty eight miles east of the city of Buffalo. The town population, as of March of 2022 was 3,780. Bennington was formed in 1818 and was named after a town in Vermont.
Traffic Tickets in Bennington, New York
Traffic related charges in Bennington are adjudicated at the town’s justice court. This court handles citations written by the New York State Police and the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Department. Many motorists are cited for speeding. This is due to the straight-laid formation of the town roads.
On New York State Route 354 (oddly named Clinton Street Road), the speed limit does not exceed 40 mph. NYS-354 is the town’s east-west bound arterial road, and where the authorities often set up speed traps that catch motorists going 55 or even 65 mph. New York State Route 77 (Alleghany Road) is the largest north-south bound road that cuts through the center of town. It intersects with NYS-354 in the principal hamlet of Bennington. The remaining town area is served by smaller local roads that merge and intersect with NYS-354.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office can assist with any traffic ticket in Bennington. We are a New York State law firm that exclusively practices traffic ticket defense. Our lawyers have extensive experience defending all traffic related charges including speeding, cell phone tickets, and driving with a suspended license. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office offers a complimentary consultation. No appointment necessary. Feel free to get in touch with us at your convenience. Your consultation will be quick and to the point. We believe in complete transparency and will let you know what your best course of action is.
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