Warren, New York
Not to be confused with Warren County, New York.
Warren is a rural town in Herkimer County, New York. It is in the southern portion of the county and considered part of the Mohawk Valley region. The Town of Warren is roughly equidistant between the city of Albany to the east and the city of Syracuse to the west; around 75 miles away from each. Warren’s population was estimated at 1,200 (). The area was settled in 1776 and named after American Revolutionary War General, Joseph Warren, who lost his life at the Battle of Bunker Hill. Three hamlets make up the town. They are Jordanville, Kingdom and Warren. Jordanville is the main population area.
Traffic Tickets in Warren
The US-Route 20 (US-20) runs through the Hamlet of Warren. Heading north from US-20 along County Route 78 (Millstone Road) or 131 (Little Lakes Road) brings you to the hamlets of Jordanville and Kingdom.
New York State Police and the Herkimer County Sheriff’s Office serve as the town’s law enforcement. There is no town police department. Troopers and Sheriff's issue tickets answerable to the Warren Town Court. The court is located on Main Street in Jordanville. The court deals with various moving violations, including speeding and driving with a suspended license.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
If you were issued a ticket in Warren, you can reach out to the Benjamin Goldman Law Office. We are a traffic ticket defense firm that has been assisting motorists in Herkimer County since 2011. The lawyers of the Benjamin Goldman Law Office have been able to obtain substantial reductions in court on behalf of many of our clients. In some cases, we were able to get charges dismissed. We can take on any traffic case at the Warren Town Court. You can reach out at your convenience to learn more about our firm’s services. Consultations are complimentary.
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.