Broome, New York
Note: This page is about traffic tickets in the Town of Broome, in Schoharie County. For traffic tickets in Broome County, please see our dedicated Broome County page.
Broome is a rural town in Schoharie County, New York. It is around 40 miles southwest of Albany and is considered part of the Capital District region. As of February of 2022, Broome’s population was 980. Most of the town residents live in the Hamlet of Livingstonville. The area's population has been decreasing over the years as the region has been struggling economically.
Traffic Tickets in Broome, New York
Traffic violations typically originate on the town’s arterial road, New York State Route 145 (NYS-145). From the center of town, the road runs north and south-east. Just before leaving the north town line, NYS-145 passes through the hamlet of Franklinton.
Two county routes merge with NYS-145 near the Hamlet of Livingstonville. They are County Routes 19 and 19A. CR-19 serves the area to the west while 19A runs north-east until reaching the hamlet of Hawversville.
Broome roads are patrolled by the New York State Police and the Schoharie County Sheriff’s Department. Violations issued in town are answerable to the Town of Broome Justice Court. The court is physically located in the neighboring Town of Middleburgh.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
If you have been ticketed in Broome, feel free to reach out to the Benjamin Goldman Law Office. Consultations with an attorney is completely free. Our attorneys are incredibly knowledgeable of New York State traffic law and can answer any question on that subject.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a New York State defense firm that helps motorists fight traffic tickets. Our attorneys practice Vehicle and Traffic Law only. We have been serving Schoharie County for over ten years.. We are ready to take on and win your case. Retaining our firm is a straightforward process.
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.
*Traffic tickets only. Does not apply to misdemeanors and felonies.