There are a few geographic entities called Brighton in New York State. One of them is the large town of Brighton in Monroe County, New York. This town is, for the most part, an upscale suburb of Rochester. Its population is north of thirty six thousand. Brighton has its own police department and own justice court. This court has jurisdiction over a number of different legal matters, including traffic violation charges.
Three highways traverse Brighton: the I-390, I-490, and I-590. They are ancillary highways off the I-90. These highways are patrolled by troopers of the New York State Police. Troopers are often stopping and citing motorists traveling through Brighton. The typical ticket issued on these highways is a speeding ticket.
The local highways and main roads are mostly patrolled by officers of the Brighton Police Department. Jefferson Road (NYS-252), Brighton Henrietta Town Line Road (CR-85), West Henrietta Road (NYS-15), South Clinton Avenue (CR-100), South Winton Road (CR-98), Westfall Road (CR-239), Elmwood Avenue (CR-87), State Route 31 (Monroe Avenue), Clover Street (CR-271/NYS-65), and Penfield Road CR-269).
For any traffic ticket in Brighton please feel free to contact the Benjamin Goldman Law Office. Our law firm is mainly a traffic ticket defense firm. We help motorists facing traffic related charges in Monroe County and we welcome new clients. Feel free to get in touch with us. Consultations are free. Also note, if you retain a lawyer then your lawyer can go to court I nstead of you as necessary.
Address: 2300 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester, New York 14618
Phone: (585) 784-5152
Fax: (585) 784-5380
Justices: Hon. Karen Morris & Hon. John A. Falk
Prosecutor: Monroe County District Attorney’s Office