Speeding & Traffic Ticket Lawyer for
Seneca, New York

Seneca, New York

Not to be confused with the town of West Seneca in Erie County, New York

Seneca is a town in Ontario County, New York. It is part of the Finger Lakes region and is roughly forty miles southeast of Rochester., it had an estimated population of 2,600. Seneca covers a total area of fifty square miles and contains several hamlets. The hamlets are Flint, Hall, Seneca Castle and Stanley. Seneca’s historical sites include the Levi Barden Cobblestone Farmhouse, the Thomas Barron House and the Rippey Cobblestone Farmhouse. Up until the middle of the 18th century, the area of the town was forestland. At that time, the area began being settled by poor farmers. In 1793, the settlement obtained its township status and was named after the Native American Seneca tribe. The town remains primarily an agricultural community and includes farms for corn, cabbage, beans, oats and wheat. There are also dairy farms.

Traffic Tickets in Seneca

Seneca is sandwiched between two cities. To the east is Geneva. To the west is Canandaigua. The town’s main road, US Route 20 (US-20), runs east-west between both. The large volume of traffic leads to many traffic stops. US-20 meets County Route 5 (CR-5) in the middle of town. It is at this point that the speed limit on the US-20 drops from 55 mph to 40 mph. Many speeding tickets are issued in this area. CR-5 is a north and south bound road that runs through the southern part of town. This road provides access to the hamlets of Hall, Seneca and Stanley. In the northern part of town, County Route 20 runs north and south. Its southern terminus is at the intersection where it meets US-20 near the western town line. CR-20 gives motorists access to the hamlet of Seneca Castle.

Traffic patrols throughout Seneca are not conducted by a local police department. They are conducted by the New York State Police or the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office. They issue tickets made answerable to the Seneca Town Court (Seneca Justice Court). If you were issued a ticket in Seneca, you may want to consider speaking with an attorney from the Benjamin Goldman Law Office. We can look over your situation and advise accordingly. Consultations are free.

The Benjamin Goldman Law Office

The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a law firm with experience in ticket reduction since 2011. Unlike most other firms, we practice traffic law almost exclusively. Our attorneys have substantial experience with New York State’s traffic law. Our firm offers a Money Back Guarantee* for most violations. We recommend getting in touch with us to see if your ticket is eligible.

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.

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Information on the Seneca Justice Court

Address: 4224 South Street, Stanley, New York 14561
Location: Google Maps
Phone: (585) 526-4780
Fax: (585) 371-3961
More Information: Court Webpage

Town Justices:
Hon. Paul Hood
Hon. David Campbell

ADA Peter Van Dellon