Speeding & Traffic Ticket Lawyer in
Java, New York

Java, New York

Java is a town located in Wyoming County, New York. The area is considered part of the theWestern New York region and is roughly thirty-five miles southeast of the city of BuffaloThe town of Java covers forty-seven square miles and has a population of 2,498 (as of March of 2022). Java was established in 1832 and named after the island of Java, one of the Greater Sunda Islands in Indonesia. Several hamlets can be found inside Java. They are known as Curriers, Java Center, Java Lake, Java (also known as Java Village despite not being a village), and Waldos Corners.

Traffic Tickets in Java, New York

The Java Justice Court adjudicates the town’s traffic violations. These violations are written by the New York State Police and the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Department. Troopers and Sheriffs routinely patrol the town roads to ensure driver and citizen safety. They are authorized to initiate a traffic stop if there is probable cause of a traffic violation.

Most traffic citations in Java originate on the town’s arterial roads, New York State Route 78 and 98 (NYS-78/NYS-98). NYS-98 enters town from the northeast and the south. As they approach the center town area, they are connected by the east-west bound NYS-78. Both roads are closely monitored by the authorities just like any other large road. The south area of town is served by County Route 27 and 54 (Chaffee Road). CR-27 enters town from the southwest corner, passes through the Hamlet of Curriers, and intersects with NYS-98. As it crosses paths, it then becomes CR-54. CR-54 is a long and straight road that continues eastward until it leaves town.

Java Village is accessible from NYS-78. As NYS-78 meets with the southern portion of NYS-98, it continues west until it reaches the hamlet. It then heads further north and leaves town.

The Benjamin Goldman Law Office

If you were cited for speeding or any other traffic violation, there is no need to plead guilty. In fact, pleading guilty is typically a bad and costly idea. A common misconception is that by pleading guilty with an explanation, the assigned judge reduces the points involved. This is a mistake. The points on your abstract are automatic and go hand-in-hand with the relevant violation. No judge has the discretion to find you guilty of a violation but reduce the points associated with the violation. The only way to get points reduced is by pleading not guilty. You can plead not guilty even if you committed the charged violation. Contact the attorneys at the Benjamin Goldman Law Office to find out more. Consultations are free.

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.

Information on the Java Justice Court

Address: 4222 Route 98, North Java, New York 14113
Location: Google Maps
Phone: (585) 535-4048