New York Traffic Ticket Court Directory

Fulton County

The attorneys at Azria & Bruffett have years of experience practicing in the numerous justice courts in New York State. Common charges in these courts are speeding, DWI, Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, cell phone use, texting while driving, unauthorized possession of marijuana, petit larceny and other misdemeanors and violations.

The links below lead to court contact information. If you would like to speak to an attorney about your charges, please feel free to call us at (315) 364-1155. Consultations are always free. 





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Seth Azria and his team are the absolute BEST in the game. During the initial consultation Mr. Azria was very thorough in explaining the whole process and possible outcomes. The fees were VERY reasonable. The level of responsiveness was superb. Kudos to Monica as well!!!! - I appreciate all of your assistance. It’s never fun to get a ticket out of state. But thanks to this team, they turned a stressful incident into a quick, easy and painless situation. I would HIGHLY recommend this firm to anyone who is looking for an attorney in the area.

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I was entirely satisfied with the representation I received from Azria and Bruffett. In May 2018, I received two tickets for failing to stop adequately at a stop sign (the officer said it was a "rolling stop") and failure to signal more than 100 ft. before a turn. I had never had a moving violation in 20+ years of driving, and I was now suddenly facing 5 points and the possibility of a hefty fine! Azria and Bruffett were able to get the charges reduced to a non-moving violation with no points and a minimal fine. Based on my experience, I would recommend them to someone who is concerned about avoiding points and black marks on their driving record.

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