Suffolk County Traffic Tickets

Have you been issued a traffic ticket somewhere in Suffolk County, NY? If you have questions about a Suffolk traffic ticket or are simply trying to figure out what to do, we can definitely help you sort through your options. Each week our firm offers multiple free consultations to people trying to get a handle on the potential consequences, the procedure for contesting their ticket and how they should move forward.

Traffic tickets issued in Suffolk County, NY) will be answerable to either the Suffolk Count Traffic Violations Bureau (TVB), the new Suffolk County Traffic and Parking Violations Agency (SCTPVA or TPVA) or one of the local village and town courts throughout the county.

The new Suffolk TPVA is scheduled to open on April 1, 2013 and will replace the TVB. Cases that were pending at the TVB will be transferred and any new tickets issued which would have been handled by the TVB will now be handled by the SCTPVA once it opens. Whether it’s a TVB (and eventually TPVA) or a local case will depend on who issues the summons and where it was issued.

The local courts in Suffolk County are always willing to negotiate and potentially offer plea bargains to lesser charges. The TVB never negotiates. We’re expecting the new Suffolk County traffic court to be negotiable thus making Suffolk County a fully negotiable county.

Feifer & Greenberg, LLP attorneys have successfully defended motorists in all Suffolk County traffic courts for the last 17 years. We offer experienced defense attorneys, fair flat fees and a professional and available support staff to help with anything our clients need along the way. No matter how severe or complicated a Suffolk traffic matter may be, our process is always simple. Submit an inquiry to let us know how we can help, consult with us over a short phone call and move forward with a better understanding of your case. The information we provide is free and will always be an honest assessment of your case.

We can help with any type of Suffolk county traffic violation including speeding tickets, cell phone tickets and disobey traffic control device tickets as well more serious misdemeanors such as Aggravated Unlicensed Operation (AUO) and Reckless Driving.

Suffolk County Traffic Courts

The new Suffolk County Traffic & Parking Violations Agency (TPVA)
H. Lee Dennison Building, Ground Floor, North Entrance
100 Veterans Memorial Highway
Hauppauge, NY 11788

The Suffolk County TVB (set to close in 2013)
State Office Building, 2nd Floor
250 Veterans Memorial Highway, Hauppauge, NY 11788

There are 30+ local village and town courts throughout Suffolk County