Orangeville is a town in Wyoming County, New York. The county is considered part of the Western New York region. Orangeville is around an hour east of downtown Buffalo. It is a rural town, with a population of 1,296. The town has its own justice court that handles certain legal cases. New York State Police and the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office provide police coverage for the town.
The traditional route between Buffalo and southeastern New York State is via the I-390 and I-90. However, the I-390 curves eastward and out of the way. Current navigational programs calculate that it is more efficient to use 20A instead of the I-90. The 20A has a lower speed limit but is more direct and saves you a lot of miles. The downside to the reduced speed is that most of the 20A is a speed trap. A lot of motorists utilizing the road are not from the area and are not aware of all the different speed signs or just not able to successfully acclimate to the reduced speed limits. Through Orangeville, the speed limit is 55 mph and motorists clocked in the 70 mph range will likely be pulled over and issued a speeding ticket. Most traffic stops are conducted by New York State Police.
US Route 20-A, sometimes locally called Varysburg Road, is the main road in Orangeville. Other busy streets are Almeter Road (CR-48), Wilder Road, Durham Road, Quakertown Road, Centerline Road, Buffalo Road, Route 98 (NYS-98), Syler Road, Orangeville Center Road (CR-48), Nesbitt Road, Krotz Road, State Route 238 (NYS-238), and Hermitage Road (CR-4).
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office represents out of town motorists with speeding tickets, and other violations, in Orangeville Town Court. As your attorney, we can make any necessary court appearances instead of you. There is no need for you to come back to Orangeville to deal with your traffic charges.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a full-time traffic ticket defense firm. Our firm has obtained dismissals or substantial reductions for numerous clients facing traffic charges in Wyoming County. You can feel free to contact us to discuss your case. All consultations are free.
Address: 3529 U.S. 20A, Warsaw, New York 14569
Phone: (585) 786-2883
Fax: (585) 371-3949
Town Justices: Hon. Dorothy Scime & Hon. Alfonso Ficarella
Court Clerks: Laura Kirsch & Laury Lakas
Prosecutor: Wyoming County District Attorney’s Office