n the eyes of the law you are not guilty just because you have been issued
a traffic ticket. The municipality issuing the violation must prove beyond a reasonable doubt
that you are guilty.
ot contesting a citation successfully will result in a conviction
which can have long-term negative consequences including :
Points on your license
Increase in insurance premiums for years to come
Loss of license
Loss of job ( for commercial drivers)
ost individuals seeking to contest a traffic ticket will not resolve the situation to
their satisfaction. Unfamiliarity with traffic court, ignorance of the laws and inexperience
in detecting flaws in the procedures employed by law enforcement personnel can combine
to guarantee your conviction.
f you are serious about contesting a traffic violation you should retain a lawyer with
extensive experience with the following areas :
Insurance or registration violations
Cell phone violations
Seat belt violations
Suspended or invalid license
Commercial vehicle violations
Child safety equipment citations
Driving too slowly
Richard F. Sweeney
is a former City Of Yonkers Judge who has ruled on countless traffic related cases.
He has attained a level of experience in traffic related charges that few attorneys in the
state can claim.
rovided the violation does not involve criminal charges, Mr. Sweeney can appear in court to
contest the summons without you even being present, saving you from loss of income from missing
work or removing the complications of appearing in court when you have small children.
ut his dedication, skill, knowledge and experience to work for you.
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"A lawyer with the experience and skill to defend you against Traffic
tickets and violations in southern Westchester including
Eastchester, Crestwood, Greenburgh, Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, White Plains, and Yonkers"