County, New York Traffic and Local Courts
Clarkstown Town Court
Clarkstown Town Court is in Rockland County New York
Rockland County Traffic Ticket LawyerMatisyahu Wolfberg, Esq., 25 Robert Pitt Drive, Suite 211, Monsey, NY 10952
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|Clarkstown Town Court Address||20 Maple Avenue , New City, New York 10956|
|About the Clarkstown Town Court||The Town of Clarkstown was
found to be the safest communities in the United States, according to
the FBI. Clarkstown is a town in Rockland County, New
York. It borders the Towns of Ramapo, Haverstraw
and Orangetown. It also borders the Hudson River. Among the popular
tourist attractions in the Town are, Hudson River activities, gold
panning in Nanuet along Townline Road, fossil and
Indian arrowhead collecting west of Sickletown Road as well as shopping
in Palisades mall and in beautiful downtown New
If you are reading these words, there is a good chance that you got caught speeding on the Palisades Interstate Parkway or on the New York State Thruway, and you were issued a speeding ticket by the New York State Police or the Town of Clarkstown Police which patrols the popular Palisades Mall The Rockland County Sheriff's department also issues tickets returnable in Clarkstown Court. Criminal violations are prosecuted by the Rockland County DA.
According to the 2000 census, the town had 82,082 residents. The community of New City in the town is the seat of town government, where the Rockland County Court is located. According to recent population surveys, New City makes up about 41.47% of the town's population
|Typical Violations heard in this court.||Speeding Tickets, moving violations, Speed Tickets, Drunk Driving (DWI, DUI) Reckless driving, and criminal charges, aggravated unlicensed driver, following too close, leaving scene of accident, failure to obey traffic control device, red light, stop sign, unsafe lane change, failure to signal, drugs in car, marijauna possession, gun charges|
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Rockland County Traffic Defense > Clarkstown Town Court
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|I had received a ticket while driving to work in rockland county (Clarkstown Town Court). The state trooper was writing up a ticket to some other driver and no sooner did i know that 4 exits later down the highway i was being pulled over for a speeding ticket that was called imprudent speed. Mr. Matisyahu Wolfberg was able to get the ticket dismissed from the court even before the trial date. I am currently working with him on another ticket 81 in a 50 in the bronx, i hope to hear the same results. He is a great guy and I felt very confident with him on my side." Patrick P., Yonkers, NY|
New York Vehicle and Traffic
ARTICLE 23 OBEDIENCE TO AND EFFECT OF TRAFFIC LAWS Section 1100. Provisions of title refer to vehicles upon highways; execptions. 1101. Required obedience to traffic laws. 1102. Obedience to police officers and flagpersons. 1103. Public officers and employees to obey title; exceptions. 1104. Authorized emergency vehicles. 1105. Traffic laws apply to persons riding animals or driving animal-drawn vehicles.
§ 1100. Provisions of title refer to vehicles upon highways; exceptions. (a) The provisions of this title apply upon public highways, private roads open to public motor vehicle traffic and any other parking lot, except where a different place is specifically referred to in a given section. (b) The provisions of this title relating to obedience to stop signs, flashing signals, yield signs, traffic-control signals and other traffic-control devices, and to one-way, stopping, standing, parking and turning regulations shall apply to a parking lot only when the legislative body of any city, village or town has adopted a local law, ordinance, rule or regulation ordering such signs, signals, devices, or regulations. (c) Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivision (b) of this section, the provisions of subparagraph e of paragraph two of subdivision (a) of section twelve hundred two and section twelve hundred three-c of this chapter shall also apply to any area which has been designated as a place for parking for handicapped persons pursuant to such section. (d) The provisions of this title shall apply upon roadways, streets, and highways located within the boundaries of any federal military installations over which the federal government has proprietary jurisdiction if written request therefor is made by the commanding officer of such installation of the chief executive officer or officers of the political subdivision or subdivisions in which such installation is located and if the commanding officer of such installation shall post at the gates of such installation a notice informing all motorists entering such installation of such enforcement.
§ 1101. Required obedience to traffic laws. It is unlawful and, unless otherwise declared in this title with respect to particular offenses, it is a traffic infraction for any person to do any act forbidden or fail to perform any act required in this title.
§ 1102. Obedience to police officers and flagpersons. No person shall fail or refuse to comply with any lawful order or direction of any police officer or flagperson or other person duly empowered to regulate traffic.
§ 1103. Public officers and employees to obey title; exceptions. (a) The provisions of this title applicable to the drivers of vehicles upon the highways shall apply to drivers of all vehicles owned or operated by the United States, this state, or any county, city, town, district, or any other political subdivision of the state, except as provided in this section and subject to such specific exceptions as are set forth in this title with reference to authorized emergency vehicles. (b) Unless specifically made applicable, the provisions of this title, except the provisions of sections eleven hundred ninety-two through eleven hundred ninety-six of this chapter, shall not apply to persons, teams, motor vehicles, and other equipment while actually engaged in work on a highway nor shall the provisions of subsection (a) of section twelve hundred two apply to hazard vehicles while actually engaged in hazardous operation on or adjacent to a highway but shall apply to such persons and vehicles when traveling to or from such hazardous operation. The foregoing provisions of this subdivision shall not relieve any person, or team or any operator of a motor vehicle or other equipment while actually engaged in work on a highway from the duty to proceed at all times during all phases of such work with due regard for the safety of all persons nor shall the foregoing provisions protect such persons or teams or such operators of motor vehicles or other equipment from the consequences of their reckless disregard for the safety of others
§ 1104. Authorized emergency vehicles. (a) The driver of an authorized
emergency vehicle, when involved in an emergency operation, may exercise
the privileges set forth in this section, but subject to the conditions
(b) The driver of an authorized emergency vehicle may:
1. Stop, stand or park irrespective of the provisions of this title;
2. Proceed past a steady red signal, a flashing red signal or a stop
sign, but only after slowing down as may be necessary for safe
3. Exceed the maximum speed limits so long as he does not endanger
life or property;
4. Disregard regulations governing directions of movement or turning
in specified directions.
(c) Except for an authorized emergency vehicle operated as a police
vehicle or bicycle, the exemptions herein granted to an authorized
emergency vehicle shall apply only when audible signals are sounded from
any said vehicle while in motion by bell, horn, siren, electronic device
or exhaust whistle as may be reasonably necessary, and when the vehicle
is equipped with at least one lighted lamp so that from any direction,
under normal atmospheric conditions from a distance of five hundred feet
from such vehicle, at least one red light will be displayed and visible.
(d) An authorized emergency vehicle operated as a police, sheriff or
deputy sheriff vehicle may exceed the maximum speed limits for the
purpose of calibrating such vehicles' speedometer. Notwithstanding any
other law, rule or regulation to the contrary, a police, sheriff or
deputy sheriff bicycle operated as an authorized emergency vehicle shall
not be prohibited from using any sidewalk, highway, street or roadway
during an emergency operation.
(e) The foregoing provisions shall not relieve the driver of an
authorized emergency vehicle from the duty to drive with due regard for
the safety of all persons, nor shall such provisions protect the driver
from the consequences of his reckless disregard for the safety of
(f) Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regulation to the contrary,
an ambulance operated in the course of an emergency shall not be
prohibited from using any highway, street or roadway; provided, however,
that an authority having jurisdiction over any such highway, street or
roadway may specifically prohibit travel thereon by ambulances if such
authority shall deem such travel to be extremely hazardous and would
endanger patients being transported thereby.
§ 1105. Traffic laws apply to persons riding animals or driving
animal-drawn vehicles. Every person riding an animal or driving an
animal-drawn vehicle upon a roadway shall be granted all of the rights
and shall be subject to all of the duties applicable to the driver of a
vehicle by this title, except those provisions of this title which by
their very nature can have no application.