Speeding & Traffic Ticket Lawyer for
Oppenheim, New York

Oppenheim, New York

Oppenheim is a town in Fulton County, New York. It is considered part of New York’s Mohawk Valley Region. The town is at the southern foothills of the Adirondacks. Utica is around 35 miles west and Albany is around 55 miles east. , the town population was estimated at 2,000.

Oppenheim was initially settled in 1791 and formally established in 1808. The town’s establishment predates the county’s formation by three decades. In 1838, when Fulton County was formed, the southern part of town was used to create the neighboring town of St. Johnsville. Today, the town covers roughly fifty-seven square miles and consists of several hamlets. The hamlets are Crum Creek, Doxtater Corner, Ingham Mills, Kringsbush, Lotville, Middle Sprite, and Rasbach Corners. There is also a village inside the town, known as Dolgeville. The village is located partially in the town of Oppenheim and partially in the town of Manheim.

Traffic Tickets in Oppenheim

Oppenheim’s main road is New York State Route 29 (NYS-29). It runs east-west through town from end to end. Tickets that originate in Oppenheim often come from somewhere on this road. Along the western town line, County Route 120 (CR-120) runs from Dolgeville to Ingham Maills. The southern portion of town is served by County Routes 108 and 150. The northern portion of town is connected by a series of long winding small local roads. The roads in Oppenheim are patrolled by the New York State Police and the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office. Traffic citations issued in town are adjudicated at the Town of Oppenheim Justice Court. The court is physically located in the neighboring town of St. Johnsville.

The Village of Dolgeville employs their own police department. Officers of this station are instructed to patrol village roads to ensure driver and civilian safety. The village police are authorized to conduct traffic stops and issue tickets. If you have received a ticket in the village, pay attention to which court is listed on the ticket. The village is split between two towns and each has their own justice court. Typical tickets issued in Oppenheim are for speeding, driving with a suspended license, and driving without a proper license.

The Benjamin Goldman Law Office

The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a New York State traffic ticket defense firm. We offer our services to motorists with traffic tickets in Fulton County For over twelve years we have been fighting for motorists and we are ready to fight for you as well.

Most traffic violations carry “points”. These points are automatically added to your license when you plead guilty or are found guilty of the charged violation. When a motorist reaches the 11-point threshold they will lose their driving privilege in New York State. A suspension will also result in hefty fines and fees. Avoid suspension by taking care of your tickets with the help of a traffic ticket attorney. Retaining an attorney can be costly depending on the situation. We recommend reading our blog post on what you can expect when hiring a firm. When it comes to retaining the Benjamin Goldman Law Office, we charge a one time legal fee. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office can assist you with any traffic-related charges. You can get in touch with an attorney today to save yourself future headaches and stress.

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 Oppenheim Justice Court

Address: 110 NY-331, St. Johnsville, New York 13452
Location: Google Maps
Phone: (518) 568-2837
Fax: (518) 568-3195
More Information: Town Officials Webpage

Town Justices:
Hon. Joanne Capek-Young
Hon. Peter Stone

ADA – William Ratkus, Esq.