Failure to Use Turn Signal
Running Red Light
Disobey Traffic Control Device
Cell Phone & Texting
Seat Belt Violations
Stop Sign Tickets
Following Too Closely
Defending Your License Privileges & Protecting Your Livelihood
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A New York traffic ticket can be a serious matter and cause a significant amount of stress and financial burden. A ticket can result in fines, points on your license, an increase in insurance rates, and even license suspension depending upon the offense. Under the New York Vehicle and Traffic Law, traffic tickets may be issued for violations such as:
Failure to use a turn signal
Disobeying a red light
Disobeying a traffic control device
Failure to stop at a stop sign
Use of cell phone
Seat belt violations
Following too closely
The points for each offense vary and cases may be heard before different tribunals, depending upon the alleged offense and the jurisdiction in which the alleged offense took place. Having an attorney represent you for your traffic violation can save you time, money, and frustration.
Your driving record is important. If you have been issued a traffic ticket, contact an attorney who can discuss what course of action may be best for you. The Law Office of Jessica M. Semins provides counsel that will provide you with personalized attention to your traffic violation matter.
If you've been issued a traffic ticket:
1) Call (646) 397-6844 for a FREE phone consultation
2) E-mail your ticket to
3) The Law Office of Jessica M. Semins will fight your ticket in court
Attorney advertising. The information contained herein is not meant to be construed as legal advice nor form an attorney-client relationship. As the facts and circumstances of each case vary widely, it is best to consult with an attorney to discuss the specifics of your case.