New York Traffic, DWI, Criminal, and Divorce Lawyers

New York Traffic Ticket Court Directory

Chautauqua County

The criminal, DWI, and traffic ticket lawyers at Azria & Bruffett Law Firm have decades of experience practicing in the numerous justice courts throughout New York State. Common charges in justice 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 will take you to the court's contact information. If you would like to speak to a lawyer about your charges, please feel free to call us at (315) 364-1155. Consultations are always free. 





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What Clients Say About A&B

Google+ Review

Bruffett is the best and especially with Shanon. She guided me with everything and kept me updated. They helped me with many of my cases. Great outcome on ALL!! Thank you for everything.

Did not disappoint!

Mr Azria came highly recommended and did not disappoint! He assisted me with my case and settled to my satisfaction. I would strongly recommend Seth Azria for anyone that needs a Lawyer.

Kent posted to Avvo
Google+ Review

A fantastic experience and wonderful representation. Got my ticket reduced to 70 in 65 with a very difficult judge. Original speeding ticket was significantly higher and I owe the reduction entirely to the A&B legal team - highly recommended!

Google+ Review

loved their service! one of the lawyers called back the same day after I left a voicemail, and told me about some drivers training online which would help me with my ticket! as far as i recall, none of the other lawyers i had called mentioned that. they solved my ticket to my satisfaction!!

Google+ Review

Thank you Seth Azria for getting my traffic ticket dismissed. It was an out of state ticket and I was worried about the consequences. Attorney Azria was very courteous and he allayed all my concerns. He promised me to try his best to reduce the number of points. However, he was able to get the ticket dismissed. Its a classic case of under promise and over deliver.

Debasish Mahapatra posted to Google+





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