Orchard Park is the name of a town and village in Erie County, New York. The village of Orchard Park is within the town of Orchard Park. The entire area is considered a suburb of Buffalo. The total population is over thirty thousand.
The main highways in Orchard Park are US-219 (Pittsburgh-Buffalo Highway), US-20 (Southwestern Boulevard), NY-277 (Chestnut Ridge Road/North Buffalo Street), NY-240 (South Buffalo Street/Ellicott Road), US-20A (Big Tree Road/W Quaker Street/E Quaker Street/Quaker Road), and NY-179 (Milestrip Road).
The town of Orchard Park has its own police force and its own justice court. The village has a justice court as well. If you are charged with a traffic violation in Orchard Park feel free to get in touch with the Benjamin Goldman Law Office. Our firm offers a free consultation.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a boutique law firm whose sole area of practice is traffic ticket defense. Our firm fights traffic tickets all day and every day. At the same time, eacg client’s case is given the unique attention it deserves. Not all tickets, not all drivers, not all driving records, and not all licenses are the same. Our attorneys plan a thorough defense according to the needs and goals of the specific client.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office has an office in downtown Buffalo. We defend tickets throughout the greater Buffalo area and have successfully adjudicated Orchard Park traffic related charges. Our firm offers a full money back guarantee if the points associated with the tickets are not reduced (not applicable to criminal charges).
There is the Town of Orchard Park Justice and the Village of Orchard Park Justice Court. The village is limited in jurisdiction to matters arising from actions with the village. The town and village court share facilities and supplies. The only difference between the two is the court personnel. Detailed information on both courts are listed below:
Address: 4295 South Buffalo Street, Orchard Park, NY 14127
Phone: (716) 662-6415
Fax: (716) 662-6416
Town Justice: Hon. Edward A. Pace
Village Justices: Hon. Daniel B. Kane & Hon. Sean M. O’Brien
Court Clerks: Marie Falzone & Cindy Jondle
Town Prosecutor: Tim Gallagher, Esq.
Village Prosecutor: Nancy Hart, Esq.
For more information about the court visit the official website: