Monticello, New York
Monticello is a village in Sullivan County, New York. The village is within the town of Thompson. It is named after the original Monticello, in Virginia. The founders of the New York village were admirers of Thomas Jefferson. The village of Monticello in New York was established in the early 19th century and is one the more well-known villages in the Catskills region. It is an integral part of the Borscht Belt lore. The Sullivan County government offices are located in Monticello., the estimated population was 6,700.
Traffic Tickets in Monticello
There are two justice courts in Monticello, the Monticello Village Court and the Thompson Town Court. The Monticello court has jurisdiction over all village matters. The Thompson court has jurisdiction over the rest of the town outside of the village. The Thompson court has a much higher volume of cases because it has jurisdiction over a large stretch of Route 17.
The Monticello court does not handle highway tickets. Most of its traffic cases originate on New York State Route 42 (NYS-42). This state route runs north-south through Sullivan County. Through Monticello it goes by “Broadway” and serves as the main street of the village. Traffic stops in Monticello can be conducted by state police, county sheriffs, and officers of the Monticello Police Department.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office opened in 2o11 in Monticello. Since then, we have helped many motorists with all kinds of traffic related charges in Sullivan County. Our lawyers can go to court instead of you and fight for your rights. Our goal is to get your traffic charges dismissed or reduced to a parking ticket. We are usually successful. Please feel free to contact us at your convenience to discuss your Monticello case. There is no legal fee for a consultation.
Points Reduced or Money Back Guarantee*
Our firm offers a Point Reduction or Money Back Guarantee*. This means we will issue a full refund of your legal fee if we are unable to reduce the points added to your license as a result of the ticket.
*Traffic tickets only. Does not apply to misdemeanors and felonies.