Ossining Traffic Court Lawyer
Ossining DWI Lawyer
If you have a pending case in the Ossining 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 Ossining 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 Ossining Justice Court:
Ossining Court Traffic Ticket Defense Attorney86 Spring Street
Ossining, New York 10562-4953
Town of Ossining Court Justice: Nancy Quinn Koba, John Fried, and Michael Tawil
Court Clerks: Maria Carbone, Ann Carroll Malone
The Town of Ossining is often confused with the Village of Ossining. The Town is a separate municipality which contains the Village of Briarcliff Manor, and the Village of Ossining.
The hours of operation office Monday to Friday 8:30A.M. To 4:30 P.M. All Civil, small claims, landlord/tenant, and traffic cases are generally held on Mon and & Thurs eves at 7:30 p.m. Criminal cases are heard 2x month on Mon at 2:00 p.m. Call for Criminal court schedule.
The Town of Ossining contains the Villages of Ossining (originally Sing Sing) andthe Village of Briarcliff Manor. Originally called the Village of Sing Sing when incorporated in 1813, the name was changed to Ossining in 1801 so that goods made in the village and town would not be confused with those from the famous maximum security prison (Sing Sing) located within its limits. The term “sent up the river” refers to being sent up the Hudson River to Sing Sing Prison, which sits on its banks 30 miles north of NYC. Sing Sing is the second most famous prison in the US, next to Alcatraz.
From the South: US Route 9 North to Croton Avenue exit (NY-133).
From the North: US Route 9 South to Croton Avenue exit (NY-133).