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New City Traffic Violation Attorney

Representing Rockland County clients facing traffic tickets

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If you have been issued a traffic ticket on the roads of Rockland County, you should consider your legal options. Even though a speeding ticket seems easy to resolve, an effective attorney may be able to lessen the charges through plea bargaining or get the ticket dismissed, saving you from points on your driving record that impact insurance premiums. If you have been issued a reckless driving ticket, you face a misdemeanor charge, points on your license, and overwhelming fines and surcharges. A cell phone violation is a serious offense as well, subjecting the guilty to a 5-point ticket. If you are caught operating a motor vehicle without a license, you face a variety of consequences. Whatever situation you are in, it is important to consult with an attorney to understand your legal status. If you need quality representation for a traffic violation, contact a Rockland County attorney from The Law Office of Kevin T. Conway.

Traffic Violation Attorney | Representing Clients in Rockland County and Throughout NYS

Traffic tickets often come with harsher penalties than most people realize. In fact, some traffic violations even result in jail time, which is why you should never face one on your own. Instead, simply hire a seasoned traffic violations attorney from The Law Office of Kevin T. Conway who can effectively fight for your future.

Traffic Violations We Handle

Our seasoned Rockland County traffic violation lawyer handles a wide range of traffic tickets on behalf of their clients, including the following:


If you have been issued a speeding ticket in Rockland County, New York, your case will be heard by the Traffic Violations Bureau of the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. When you are issued a speeding ticket, you may consider taking care of the issue by yourself. Having an effective traffic violation attorney can give you a better chance of lessening the charges or dismissing the ticket altogether. If you are guilty of a speeding ticket in New York State, you will be issued fines and points to your license. Points on your license will impact your driving record and insurance premium.

Reckless Driving

In New York State, reckless driving is a serious offense. Most traffic violations are minor infractions with some financial consequences, including fines, court surcharges, and higher insurance premiums. A reckless driving ticket is not. A reckless driving conviction is a misdemeanor, which is a crime. This ticket could impact your life and livelihood.  Reckless driving is defined as an act that unreasonably interferes with the free and proper use of public roads or unreasonably endangers users of public roads under the New York State Penal Code section 1212.

Cell Phone Violation

New York was the first state to ban cell phone use in cars. In 2001, the first cell phone law bill was passed in Albany. It was illegal to speak on a cell phone while operating a vehicle. The violation was merely a small infraction with a small fine. For many years, law enforcement would not even pursue violations. Since then, things have changed dramatically. Cell phones have come a long way since 2001. They have the ability to send and receive text messages, send and receive emails, access the internet, and give directions. In response to a rise in use and the ever-changing abilities of cell phones, New York has become one of the strictest and harshest anti-cell phone states in the country.

Driving Without a License

All states require a driver’s license to operate a motor vehicle on the road. You could face different charges based on the circumstances of your case. If you didn’t know there was a problem with your license, you could face a traffic infraction. If you knew or should have known about your troubled license and are caught driving without a license, you could be charged with an aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle (AUO) ticket. This is a serious offense.

Understanding The NY Points System

Type of Violation Points
Speeding 1-10 mph over the speed limit 3
Speeding 11-20 mph over the speed limit 4
Speeding 21-30 mph over the speed limit 6
Speeding 31-40 mph over the speed limit 8
Speeding over 40 mph above the speed limit 11
Reckless driving 5
Failure to stop for a school bus 5
Tailgating 4
Inadequate brakes on a private car 4
Inadequate brakes on an employer’s vehicle 2
Failure to yield to the right of way 3
Disobeying a traffic light, a stop sign or a yield sign 3
Violating a railroad crossing 5
Improper passing or unsafely changing lanes 3
Driving left of center in wrong direction 3
Leaving the scene of an incident that caused property damage 3
Child safety restraint violation 3
Improper cell phone use 5
Texting while driving 5
All other moving violations 2


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