Rockland County, New York Traffic and Local Courts

Ramapo Town Court

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           Ramapo Town Court is in Rockland County New York 

Ramapo Town Court Address 237 Route 59 , Suffern, New York 10901  
About the Town of Ramapo The name "Ramapo" is apparently a Indian (Algonquin) word that means 'round pond' or 'sweet water,' which indicates the presence of fresh water in the area. Ramapo apparently developed on the early stage coach route between New York City and Albany, which passed through the Ramapo pass several years ago.  Two of the Town Justices are: Arnold P. Etelson, Town Justice and David J. Stein, Town Justice.  

Most tickets in this court are issued by the Town of Ramapo Police Department which is very very aggressive in issuing tickets.  The Court also handles violations issued in the Village of Montebello, which does not have its own justice court.  There are 3-4 days of traffic court, and on any given day, there could be over 100 traffic tickets.  This is a very busy court.  Plea bargaining is done through the Ramapo Town Attorney.   The deals are not always so generous, so beware.  For example, as of this writing, there are no plea bargains offered for child seatbelt tickets. 

Pursuant to New York Law, the Ramapo Justice Court has jurisdiction over traffic violations, criminal misdemeanors & violations, arraignments and prelim hearings for felonies, as well as small claims cases to $3,000 in either justice court or small claims actions.  For more information about the Town Of Ramapo,
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 DefenseRamapo Town Court


1112. Pedestrian-control signal indications. Whenever pedestrians
are controlled by pedestrian-control signals exhibiting the words "WALK"
or "DON'T WALK", or exhibiting symbols of a walking person or upraised
hand, such signals shall indicate and apply to pedestrians as follows:
(a) Steady WALK or walking person. Pedestrians facing such signal may
proceed across the roadway in the direction of the signal and shall be
given the right of way by other traffic.
(b) Flashing DON'T WALK or upraised hand. No pedestrian shall start to
cross the roadway in the direction of such signal, but any pedestrians
who have partially completed their crossing on the WALK or walking
person signal shall proceed to a sidewalk or safety island while the
flashing DON'T WALK or upraised hand signal is showing.
(c) Steady DON'T WALK or upraised hand. No pedestrians shall start to
cross the roadway in the direction of such signal, but any pedestrians
who have partially completed their crossing on the WALK or flashing
DON'T WALK signal shall proceed to a sidewalk or safety island while the
steady DON'T WALK signal is showing.

1113. Flashing signal indications. Whenever traffic is controlled by
a flashing signal used in a traffic sign or signal, only the colors red
and yellow shall be used, and said signals shall indicate and apply to
drivers of vehicles as follows:
(a) Flashing red indications. Unless to make another movement
permitted by other indications shown at the same time, vehicular traffic
facing a circular red signal or red arrow with rapid intermittent
flashes shall stop at a clearly marked stop line, but if none, then
shall stop before entering the crosswalk on the near side of the
intersection, or in the event there is no crosswalk, at the point
nearest the intersecting roadway where the driver has a view of
approaching traffic on the intersecting roadway before entering the
intersection and the right to proceed shall be subject to the rules
applicable after making a stop at a stop sign.
(b) Flashing yellow indications. Vehicular traffic facing a circular
yellow signal or yellow arrow with rapid intermittent flashes may
proceed through the intersection or past such signal only with caution.
(c) Flashing red arrows and flashing yellow arrow indications have the
same meaning as the corresponding flashing circular indications, except
that they apply only to drivers of vehicles intending to make the
movement indicated by the arrow.
(d) This section shall not apply at railroad grade crossings. Conduct
of drivers of vehicles approaching railroad grade crossings shall be
governed by the rules as set forth in section eleven hundred seventy of
this title.