White Plains Traffic Court Lawyer
White Plains DWI Lawyer

If you have a pending case in the White Plains 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 White Plains 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 White Plains Justice Court:

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White Plains City Court Attorney Harold Dee

77 South Lexington Avenue
White Plains , NY 10601
Tel: 914-824-5675 Fax: 914-824-5858

White Plains City Court Attorney Harold DeeThe City of White Plains is the county seat of Westchester County, New York and has an estimated population of approximately 60,000 residents.  White Plains is the county seat of Westchester containing both the Federal Courthouse for the United States Southern District and the New York State Supreme Courthouse. White Plains is bordered to the north by the town of North Castle, to the north and east by the town of Harrison, to the south by the town of Scarsdale and to the west by the town of Greenburgh. The town has some very interesting history behind it, in 1758, White Plains became the seat of Westchester County when the colonial government for the county left Westchester, which was located in what is now the northern part of the borough of the Bronx. The unincorporated village remained part of the Town of Rye until 1788, when the Town of White Plains was created.

White Plains is home to two important courthouses in the area. The Federal Courthouse for the United States Southern District is located in downtown White Plains as is the New York State Supreme Courthouse.  Our White Plains trial lawyers have successfully represented clients in both courthouses.  White Plains was or is also home to many large corporations (e.g., Heinekin USA, IBM, Snapple, PepsiCo, General Foods and Nestle) and educational institutions (e.g., Mercy College, College of Westchester, Pace University and Berkeley College).

This Court is responsible for handling all court matters, including moving violations, parking violations, traffic tickets, civil cases, criminal cases, and small claims cases.

 

Hon. Brian Hansbury, Court Judge
Hon. Eric Press, Acting City Court Judge
Hon. Elizabeth Shollenberger, City Court Judge
Hon. Jo Ann Friia, City Court Judge

Chief Clerk
Eileen Byrne

Deputy Chief Clerk
Catherine Richey

Office Hours:  Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm excluding NY state holidays

DIRECTIONS

From Westchester & Rockland Counties Upstate New York (West of the Hudson River)

East on the New York State Thruway (I-87) across Tappan Zee Bridge to Exit 8, Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287); east to Exit 6; right turn at North Broadway (Route 22) to Martine Avenue; right on Martine Avenue Proceed 4 blocks. Courthouse on the corner of Martine and South Lexington Avenue.

From the East (Connecticut and New England States)

(A) Merritt Parkway (Ct.) to the Hutchinson River Parkway (NY) to the Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287) West to White Plains; continue on I-287 to Exit 6; turn left to North Broadway (Route 22) to Martine Avenue; right on Martine Avenue and proceed 4 blocks to South Lexington Avenue, Courthouse on corner of Martine & South Lexington Avenue.

(B) Connecticut Turnpike (I-95) to Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287), West to White Plains to Exit 6; turn left on North Broadway (Route 22) to Martine Avenue; right on Martine Avenue and proceed 3 blocks to the White Plains City Court. Follow above directions for parking.

From the South (NYC, Long Island & New Jersey): 

(A) George Washington Bridge to Henry Hudson Parkway (north/upstate); continue North to Saw Mill River Parkway to the New York State Thruway (I-87) to Exit 8; Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287) east to Exit 6; right at North Broadway (Route 22) to Martine Avenue; right on Martine Avenue North Broadway (Route 22) to Martine Avenue; proceed 4 blocks. Courthouse on the corner of Martine & South Lexington Avenue.

(B) Bronx River Parkway to Exit 21 White Plains – Main Street; turn right on Main Street and proceed 4 blocks to Court Street; right turn on Court Street; one block and make right on Martine Avenue. Courthouse on the corner of Martine & South Lexington Avenue.

(C) Bronx River Parkway to Sprain Parkway; continue North to Exit I-287; east to White Plains; continue on I-287 to Exit 6; right turn at North Broadway (Route 22) to Martine Avenue; right on Martine Avenue and proceed 4 blocks to Courthouse. Follow above directions for parking.

(D) Hutchinson River Parkway to either alterative (1) or (2)

Alternate 1:

Exit 23 (Mamaroneck Avenue), White Plains; right turn on Mamaroneck
Avenue and continue North approximately 4 miles (into the central business area of White Plains) to Martine Avenue; left turn on Martine Avenue and proceed three blocks to the Courthouse; Follow above directions for parking.

Alternate 2:

Exit 27 to the Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287) west to White Plains; continue on I-287 to Exit 6; turn left to North Broadway (Route 22); left on North Broadway to Martine Avenue; right on Martine Avenue and proceed 4 blocks to the White Plains City Court. Follow above directions for parking.

Bronx Whitestone Bridge to the Hutchinson River Parkway; north to either alternative (1) or (2) above.

 

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