“I am delighted with the outcome. I would very much welcome the opportunity to recommend your services to others that may find themselves in a similar situation. With most things, many people promise a level of expectations that often times are not met leaving one quite disappointed and with very little they can do about it. You took the time to explain things up front to me as well as explain how the matter would unfold every step of the way. There were no surprises, other than the very pleasant outcome that you shared with me today.
Thank you so much Jamie!” – J.C., former traffic client, Amherst Town Court, April 24, 2013.
Courts we serve: Amherst Town Court
Cases handled in this Court: Vehicle and Traffic Infractions, Violations, Misdemeanors and Felonies.
Our Fees: For simple traffic infractions, where the speed is below 21 over the limit, our fee is $215.00. For criminal matters, we charge an hourly rate of $250.00. Most first time offenses result in fees of less than $500.00. Call 716-241-6408 or email us.
Past results that do not guarantee future out comes: We’ve included a table of recent results that were selected in a hap hazard, if not random manner. Results vary because everyone’s case is different, and some drivers have worse records than others.
Amherst Town Court (Main Level)
400 John James Audubon Pkwy
Amherst, NY 1422
General Contact number: 716-689-4200
Fax Number: 716-689-4249
Prosecutors: The Town Prosecutor handles Vehicle and Traffic Matters. The District Attorney handles anything higher than an infraction.
Amherst Town Court is one of the busiest courts in New York State. The State University at Buffalo, a vibrant business community, retail shopping centers and the town encompasses a number of segments of the New York State Thruway System all contribute to increased congestion.
Judges. Cases are heard by two judges, Geoffrey Klein, a former New York State Trooper, and Mark Farrell, who oversees the Drug Court Program in addition to his regular calendar. Both judges are generally regarded as fair but firm, and try to treat each person before them in an even handed, consistent manner. Both judges are now full time. As of April 2013, it is believed that Judge Farrell will retire at the end of this term.
Traffic Infractions. The Court typically deals with speeding tickets in a uniform manner, offering reductions for first time offenders with attendance of a defensive driving course prior to the disposition of the ticket. Unfortunately, if the ticket is not reduced to a non-moving violation, the driving course won’t eliminate points from your record.
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