Redfield, New York
Redfield is a large and rural town in Oswego County, New York. The total area of the town is 93.4 square miles. Most of Redfield is forestland of the Adirondack Park. As of September of 2023, the town population was around 500. Most residents live in the southern part of the town around the principal hamlet of Redfield. The other hamlets are Greenboro and Noble Shores. The town is located in the snowbelt and is known for its heavy snowfalls. In 2007, the town unofficially set a record when 141 inches of snow fell in just ten days.
Traffic Tickets in Redfield
County Route 17 is the town’s main road. It runs north and south through the entire town. It intersects several roads near the hamlet of Redfield. From the northwest comes County Route 2 (CR-2). From the northeast comes County Route 47 (CR-47). After crossing the reservoir, CR-17 meets County Route 27, which enters town from the south.
These roads are not patrolled by a local police department. They are monitored by the New York State Police and the Oswego County Sheriff’s Department. Any ticket issued in Redfield is adjudicated by the Redfield Town Court (Redfield Justice Court). The court mostly deals with speeding violations. The speed limit in Redfield does not exceed 55 miles per hour. It drops a bit lower as you approach the more developed areas near the reservoir.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
If you were issued a ticket in Redfield, you can get in touch with the Benjamin Goldman Law Office. We are a boutique law firm that deals with traffic tickets. Our lawyers can defend a wide range of charges, from minor violations such as failing to move over to a DUI. We are currently accepting new clients in Redfield, so we encourage you to reach out to us at your soonest convenience.
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.