Ossian, New York
Ossian is a rural town in Livingston County, New York. The town is named after an ancient Scottish poet. As of July of 2022, Ossian’s population was just 739. The town is around sixty miles south of Rochester. Ossian makes up forty square miles and encompasses the hamlets of Ossian Center and Westview.
Traffic Tickets in Ossian, New York
The Ossian Justice Court has jurisdiction over traffic violations alleged to have been committed on town roads. A typical citation is for exceeding the posted speed limit. This happens often to motorists heading towards the neighboring village of Dansville via New York State Route 436 (Nunda-Dansville Road). NYS-436 is the town’s arterial east-west bound road that runs along its northern boundary. County Route 17 (Sugar Creek Road) runs through Ossian heading north and south. As it approaches the center of town, it runs diagonally north-west and south-east.
Ossian does not have a local law enforcement agency. Police services and traffic patrol is conducted by the New York State Police and the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department. If you were issued a ticket in Ossian, why not get in touch with the Benjamin Goldman Law Office? We can go to court instead of you and make sure your case results in an ideal outcome.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office defends motorists in traffic court. Our exceptionally knowledgeable traffic lawyers have been able to reduce and dismiss even the most serious of tickets. This includes tickets for driving with a suspended license or registration. Regardless of the charge, we can handle it, provided it was issued in New York State. If you are an out of state visitor, we can assist you as well. Get in touch with our firm at any time. We can discuss your ticket in depth during our complimentary consultation and advise accordingly.
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