Humphrey, New York
Humphrey is a rural town in Cattaraugus County, New York. It is in the Western New York region and approximately twenty miles north of the New York-Pennsylvania border. As of November of 2021, the town’s population was 684. The town was settled in 1815 and was named after Charles Humphrey – Speaker of the New York State Assembly at that time. There are only two Hamlets found in town, Humphrey and Humphrey Center.
Traffic Tickets in Humphrey, New York
The main roadways in Humphrey are New York State Route 98 (NYS-98), County Route 51(Chapel Hill Road), County Route 18 (Humphrey Road) and County Route 19 (Five Mile Road).
County Route 18 and 51 connect in the south-west portion of town. County Route 19 heads south-east and meets County Route 51 just outside of the town line. Motorists approaching the town after exiting I-86 from the south often forget to slow down when passing through.
The New York State Police and Cattaraugus County Sherriff’s Department can be seen patrolling in Humphrey. If you were issued a traffic ticket in Humphrey, New York, consider contacting The Benjamin Goldman Law Office.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a defense firm that primarily focuses on traffic violations. Our firm has assisted motorists with tickets in Cattaraugus County for over ten years. We are ready to take on your case. The goal of the Benjamin Goldman Law Office is substantial point reduction or ticket dismissal. We are confident that our attorneys can provide the optimal result. If you have any questions about your ticket, how much you can expect to pay in fines should you be convicted, or what we can do to assist you, please feel free to get in touch with us. You can reach us by phone, e-mail, or website submission.