Have you been issued a traffic ticket for purportedly committing a traffic violation?
If you are pulled over and receive a traffic ticket on Long Island, NY, you need an experienced traffic defense attorney to avoid significant points on your license and increases in premiums. We recommend contacting a law firm (call 516-280-7288 for immediate assistance) that specializes in fighting Nassau County traffic tickets. The Law Offices of Michael W. Alpert, Esq. has helped thousands of individuals fight traffic violation tickets across the Island to avoid the issuance of DMV points and the Driver Responsibility Assessment once you have more than 6 points on your license within an 18 month time period.
Whether the ticket (or summons) is returnable at the Nassau Traffic and Parking Violations Bureau at 16 Cooper Street, Hempstead, Nassau County District Court at 99 Main Street, Hempstead, Suffolk TPVA in Hauppauge, Suffolk District Court at 400 Carleton Avenue, Central Islip, or any of the village courts within the County of Nassau or Suffolk, our office is staffed with experienced DMV lawyers to handle your traffic violation case and reduce the possibility of points from your license, your insurance premiums, or the possibility of a suspended license.
Should you receive a Nassau County speeding ticket or traffic summons or charged with a DWI on Long Island, our traffic defense lawyers for tickets have extensive experience in the Nassau County traffic courts to plead your case and reach a favorable outcome. In many cases, we can talk the violation down to a lesser charge, or possibly have the charges dismissed. We will defend you in Court. Please contact a Long Island Traffic Ticket Attorney at (516) 280-7288.
The New York State DMV Point System is assessed as follows:
Speeding (number of points assigned)
- 1-10 miles over posted limited = 3 points
- 11-20 miles over posted limit = 4 points
- 21-30 miles over posted limit = 6 points
- 31-40 miles over posted limit = 8 points
- More than 40 miles over posted limit = 11 points
Other Moving Violations (number of points assigned)
- Violation involving a traffic signal, stop sign or yield sign = 3 points
- Improper passing, unsafe lane change, driving left of center or driving in the wrong direction = 3 points
- Failure to Signal= 3 points
- Passing a School Bus= 5 points
- Tailgating= 4 points
- Disobeying a Traffic Control Device= 2 points
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident causing Property Damage or injury to a Pet= 3 points
- Reckless Driving= 5 points
- Safety Restraint Violation involving a minor under 16= 3 points
- Cell Phone and Texting while Driving= 5 points
Please remember that after receiving 11 points or more in an 18-month period (as of the date of the violation), the Department of Motor Vehicles may suspend or revoke your license. In addition, some traffic violations are misdemeanors, which means you are accused of a crime and must appear in court. Such offenses include driving with a suspended license, driving with a suspended registration, or reckless driving. Further, while not a misdemeanor, significant penalties affecting your driving privileges can be imposed if you drive a motor vehicle in New York State without insurance. If you plead guilty to driving a motor vehicle without insurance and you are the registered owner, you face a mandatory one-year revocation of your New York driver’s license and the imposition of significant fines and surcharges.
Contact A Law Firm To Fight Traffic Tickets In Nassau County
A Nassau County traffic ticket lawyer can fight your ticket for you while minimizing the damage a traffic ticket can cause for you. Often, you can get a ticket dismissed or we can plea bargain your case on your behalf. The Law Offices of Michael W. Alpert, Esq. handles all of these traffic matters and other moving violations. Please contact us today at (516) 280-7288 or e-mail us at email@example.com.