Boston, New York
Boston is a famous city in Massachusetts. It is also the name of a town in Erie County, New York. The area is considered part of the Western New York Region and is about twenty-five miles south of the City of Buffalo. As of January of 2022, the town population was 8,073.
Traffic Tickets in Boston, New York
The Southern Expressway (US Route 219) is one of the thoroughfares leading into the City of Buffalo from the more southern portions of New York State and central Pennsylvania. A large portion of the US-219 goes through Boston. The speed limit in this particular area is 65 mph. However motorists tend to go faster because the road is mostly straight and there is little traffic. Nevertheless cars clocked traveling in the 80 mph range will generally be pulled over.
Some traffic stops are conducted on the local roads as well. The main avenue in Boston is New York State 391 (Boston State Road). Other roads are County Route 469 (Feddick Road), County Route 437 (Zimmerman Road), County Route 480 (N Boston Road), New York State Route 277 (Herman Hill Road), County Route 552 (Chestnut Ridge Road), County Route 443 (Boston Cross Road), and County Route 222 (Boston Colden Road)
Local routes can be patrolled by state police or county sherrifs. All traffic violations in Boston are adjudicated in the Town of Boston Justice Court.. For any traffic violation, you can contact the Benjamin Goldman Law Office.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a traffic ticket defense firm. Our focus is dismissal or drastic reduction in the charges. We aggressively pursue any legal avenue that is available to our client. Our firm has been assisting motorists in Erie County for more than ten years. You can get in touch with us for a free consultation.
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.