Salamanca, New York
Salamanca is the name of a town and a city in Cattaraugus County, New York. The area is known as the Western New York region. Salamanca is twenty miles north of the Pennsylvania State line. The City of Salamanca bisects the Town of Salamanca. The town is larger with a population of around 500. The city is smaller but has a population of around six thousand. The town is policed by the Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office and New York State Police. The city is also policed by the Salamanca Police Department. Each have their own court.
Traffic Tickets in Salamanca, New York
The Salamanca City Court adjudicates a large number of speeding tickets. These speeding violations originate on the I-86. The Southern Tier Expressway (I-86/NYS-17) traverses the entire city of Salamanca. Motorists are often stopped and cited for exceeding the 65 mph speed limit. For any traffic violation in Salamanca, you can utilize the free consultation offered by the Benjamin Goldman Law Office.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
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