Carroll, New York
Carroll is a town in Chautauqua County, New York. It is in the Western New York region situated on the New York – Pennsylvania border. As of June of 2022, the town’s population was 3,390. The town area was first settled around 1809 and formally established in 1825. The town is named after Charles Carroll, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. The main population area is the Hamlet of Frewsburg. It is the location of the town offices including the Carroll Town Court.
Traffic Tickets in Carroll, New York
Most traffic citations in Carroll stem from the town’s major roads, US Route 62 (Ivory Road) and County Route 53 (Warren Road). Route 62 passes through the northwest portion of town. It connects to both Stillwater and the City of Jamestown to the northeast. On Route 52, traffic stops are usually conducted for speeding violations.
Traffic patrol is done by New York State Police, Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office, or Carroll Police Department. All traffic related charges in the town are adjudicated in the Town of Carroll Justice Court. If you have received a traffic ticket in Carroll, consider getting in touch with the Benjamin Goldman Law Office.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
Traffic citations in New York State can be costly, confusing and most importantly, time consuming. The attorneys at the Benjamin Goldman Law Office can handle everything for you. We will file the paperwork in court, make any necessary court appearances in your place, negotiate with the prosecutor, and discuss the case with the judge. Our firm exclusively practices Vehicle & Traffic Law and we are familiar with all the legal advantages that can be utilized for your case. Feel free to reach out for a free consultation. We look forward to working with you.
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