Ashland (Greene County), New York
There are two towns in New York named Ashland. Click here to visit our dedicated page for Ashland in Chemung County, New York.
Ashland is a small and rural town in Greene County, New York. n. As of February of 2022, the town’s population was just 800. Ashland covers approximately twenty-five square miles. The town was settled in 1788. Several hamlets are found in town. They are known as Four Corners, North Settlement, and West Settlement.
Traffic Tickets in Ashland (Greene County), New York
Tickets in Ashland are issued by both the New York State Police and the Greene County Sheriff’s Department. Ashland does not have a local police department. Traffic violations issued in town are adjudicated by the Ashland Town Court. The court is located on the town’s main road, New York State Route 23 (NYS-23). NYS-23 enters town from the east and west and runs along the Batavia Creek. It is a long winding road that primarily serves Ashland’s south area.
The north part of town is served primarily by county routes. They all lead back to NYS-23. West Settlement and North Settlement are accessible via County Route 10 (CR-10).
If you were issued a ticket in Ashland for any type of traffic violation, feel free to reach our firm.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a widely-known New York State defense firm that has been serving motorists for over ten years. Our firm focuses on traffic tickets. We handle violations from all over Greene County and are very familiar with their courts. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is often retained to fight speeding tickets; however, we fight more than just that. Before taking any further action with your ticket, consider getting in touch with our firm. An attorney from our office can answer any questions you may have and recommend how to proceed. Consultations are free.
Points Reduced or Money Back Guarantee*
Our firm offers a Point Reduction or Money Back Guarantee*. This means we will issue a full refund of your legal fee if we are unable to reduce the points added to your license as a result of the ticket.
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