Ardsley Traffic Court Lawyer
Ardsley DWI Lawyer

If you have a pending case in the Ardsley traffic court, don’t risk your license. Call the experienced legal professionals at the Law Offices of Harold Dee.

Mr Dee and his team of family attorneys have represented thousands of motorists in traffic courts throughout the States of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut for violations of the Vehicle and Traffic Laws. Charges have ranged from: speeding tickets, traffic tickets, cell phone violations, DWI arrests, reckless driving, suspended operators and suspended registrations, and a host of others. Harold Dee can represent you in the Ardsley Traffic Court if you have been charged with a moving violation, DWI or any other traffic related crime.

New York State traffic courts normally allow attorneys to represent defendants with written authorization from the client, however, it is not so with Criminal Court where the Defendant’s presence is normally required. In both CT and NJ, Courts want the Defendant present in court, excepting special circumstances.

The Law Office of Harold Dee specializes in helping clients with traffic ticket violations and crimes since 1987.

Meet The Harold Dee Legal Team Available To Represent You In The Ardsley Justice Court:

Ardsley Traffic Court Lawyer. Ardsley DWI Lawyer.

Ardsley Village Court Traffic Ticket And DWI Defense Attorney

Ardsley Court Traffic Ticket and DWI Attorney

Ardsley Court Traffic Ticket and DWI Attorney

Ardsley Village Court

507 Ashford Avenue, Ardsley NY 10502
Phone: 914-693-1550

 

Ardsley Village Court is one of the small local courts in lower NY state. Near the NYS Thruway (I-87) and the Saw Mill River Parkway, which might just generate some speeding tickets for the calendar.About the areaThe Village of Ardsley was originally inhabited by the Weckqueskecks, a branch of the Mohican tribe of the Algonquin nation. And Ashford Avenue was once used as a trail by the Indians to travel from the Hudson River to Long Island Sound.

By the late 1600′s, after the Indians had been run out of the area by the English and the Dutch, the land became part of the vast Frederick Philipse Manor. During the Revolution Philipse remained loyal to the King, and was forced to flee. The land, confiscated by the State, was sold mostly to former tenants who had supported the patriot cause.

The Village, then called Ashford, grew slowly. There was a sawmill and grist mill on the Sawmill River, a blacksmith shop, and by the time of the Civil War, three pickle factories. In the early 1880′s the Putnam Railroad was built, and the New Croton Aqueduct was constructed. A “boom” followed. Many lots were sold and developed, electric lights were installed, roads were improved. In 1883, since there already was an Ashford Post Office in the state, the Village name was changed to Ardsley and on March 2, 1883 the first Postmaster was appointed. The Village was incorporated in 1896. By 1898 the population had grown to 372.

On December 6, 1914 fire devastated the center of the Village. As a result the original school house on Ashford Avenue was taken over for Village offices and the fire department — now the Municipal Building.

After World War I, and until the depression, there was another “boom” including Ardsley Acres and Beacon Hill. After World War II there was another surge in growth, resulting in the building of the Concord Road Elementary School in 1952, the High School in 1958, and the Middle School in 1967.

From an Indian hunting ground, to a community of scattered farms, to “Ashford” and a country village, Ardsley has become a thriving suburban community.

Hours of OperationMonday 2 and 4pm, Thursday 7pm

Judges: The Honorable Howard J. Levitz, and The Honorable Walter M. Schwartz

Associate Judge: E. John Morehouse

Court Clerk: Anissa Slade

The Westchester County District Attorney’s office prosecutes cases here, and State Troopers may prosecute their own speeding tickets. Type Of Cases: Civil cases with a maximum jurisdiction of $3,000. as well as Criminal, vehicle, and local cases