Stony Creek, New York
Not to be confused with Stony Point, in Orange County.
Stony Creek is a town in Warren County, New York. The town is within the Adirondack Park. It is located just west of Lake George and approximately sixty miles north of Albany. Stony Creek is a large and rural town. It makes up eighty-three square miles, most of it is forestland from the Adirondack Park. , the town had an estimated 800 residents. The population of the town has remained roughly the same for the last 100 years.
Traffic Tickets in Stony Creek
The town’s west and center area are only accessible by Harrisburg Road. Harrisburg road runs through Bakertown, Harrisburg, Knowelhurst and Fullers. This road runs east until it meets County Route 76 (Murray Road), the town’s arterial road. CR-76 enters from Thurman at the north-east corner and heads south until it reaches the hamlet of Stony Creek. As this road enters the hamlet, it meets with two other county routes. These roads are County Route 3 (Warrensburg Road) and County Route 12 (Hadley Road). Both run south-southeast from the hamlet. CR-12 leaves town and enters Hadley at the southeast corner. CR-3 turns north as it approaches the Hudson River and follows it upstream until it leaves through the north-east corner of town, just past the Stony Creek Ranch Golf Course.
The town of Stony Creek lacks a local police department. Law enforcement services are provided by the local New York State Police Barracks and the Warren County Sheriff’s Office. The authorities conduct traffic stops with probable cause of a traffic violation and issue citations as necessary. Typical infractions are for speeding, leaving the scene of an accident, tailgating, expired inspection, and uninsured vehicle. All traffic matters are answerable to the Stony Creek Town Court (Stony Creek Justice Court).
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
If you were issued a ticket in Stony Creek, you should consider fighting the charges. Pleading guilty to a serious violation will typically result in paying the court high fines and paying the DMV driver assessment fees. The conviction will remain on your driving abstract for three to four years. This greatly impacts your car insurance rates upon renewal.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office can help keep this from happening. We are a law firm that fights traffic tickets. Our foremost goal is to reduce it so that your insurance rates are not impacted. Our next priority is to lower the fines and fees as much as possible. You can get in touch with our firm at any time to speak with an attorney about your case. We look forward to working with you.
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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.
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