New York Traffic Ticket Court Directory

Onondaga 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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Being from out of state, I was happy to find a law firm that was so easy to work with. They were able to get my ticket reduced and they did all the leg work for me. Everything was very straight forward and easy to understand. Hopefully I won't need them in the future but if I do, I know where to turn!

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Fantastic to work with, he was able to take my cell phone ticket worth a possible 5 points and bring it down to a muffler violation worth 0 points. Could not be happier with the service provided and how quick and easy everything was, once I answered a few questions everything else was taken care of for me! Extremely reasonable price, especially considering all I will be saving not having to pay extra on my insurance!

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Over Speeding Ticket

I would recommend Attorney David. They helped me have my speeding ticket withdrawn and even if the program they got me into had stopped after my application they got me a waiver. I also got my program fee refunded. Initially I was too worried as most other websites I visited while researching started following me up which I did not like. David's team was quite professional. My only suggestion is they should have a pre set next action steps format sent to their clients so that most questions get answered automatically

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