Machias, New York
Machias (pronounced mu-chy-us) is a rural town in Cattaragus County, New York. It is considered part of the Western New York region and is around fifty miles southeast of the City of Buffalo. As of August of 2021, the town population was 2,305. Machias was established in 1827 and has a total land area of forty one square miles. The town consists of hamlets such as Bakerstand, Bird, Lime Lake, Machias Junction and Machias.
Traffic Tickets in Machias, New York
If you received a traffic ticket in Machias, the ticket will be adjudicated in the Town of Machias Justice Court. The New York State Police and Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Department patrol regularly through town. The town also has a Constable who is authorized to conduct traffic stops. In the principal hamlet of Machias, motorists should expect a larger officer presence.
Most traffic violations occur on the two major highways, New York State Route 242 (NYS-242) and New York State Route 16 (NYS-16). NYS-242 heads southwest out from the center of town. NYS-16 runs north-south through town. Both roads intersect, terminating Route 242.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office can assist with any traffic ticket in Machias. We are a law firm that practices primarily traffic ticket defense. Our lawyers have extensive experience defending all traffic related charges. By retaining our firm, we will handle your ticket with urgency and care. We can even make court appearances on your behalf. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office has obtained substantial reductions and dismissals for many of our clients. Satisfaction is our number one priority, and our reviews show this. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office offers a complimentary consultation. Feel free to get in touch with us.
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 the legal fee if we are unable to reduce the total points associated with your tickets.
*Traffic tickets only. Does not apply to misdemeanors and felonies.