Feeling Guilty Until Proven Innocent?
It may be New York state, but this is still America!
Last we checked, in the good old U.S. of A., a person is still innocent until proven guilty. In New York, a traffic ticket - whether for speeding, seat belt, or anything else - is an accusation or charge, not a conviction. You may be guilty or not guilty of the charges laid against you, but that must be determined in a court of law before you can be issued any fine, points, or other penalty. At the Law Office of Ken McCauley, we base our entire Vehicle & Traffic practice on this philosophy and make the legal system work for you.
Unfortunately, the reality is that this can be a difficult uphill climb as you battle a team of trained law-enforcement officials including State Troopers or local police officers, prosecuting attorneys, and local traffic court Justices. Having the right New York traffic attorney on your side - one that knows the law, understands local procedures, and has personal experience with the judges and prosecutors who will be reviewing your case - can make all the difference in helping you maintain your innocence and avoid serious penalties.
Attorneys Ken McCauley, Rakesh Joshi, and associates can be your best advocate in any New York traffic ticket situation. Our law firm takes the time to understand the facts of your case and the concerns you may have about points, fines, assessment fees, even a pending license suspension or revocation. We answer all your questions and keep you updated on the status of your case from the day you hire us to the day your case is closed. But don't take our word for it - read what our former clients have to say:
What Our Clients Have To Say
We don't like to brag - but we will let our clients do it for us!
"Ken is a very bright lawyer with an incredible work ethic. He always went the extra mile to make sure that I had the proper representation..." [Read More]
Brian - Schenectady, NY
"I was arrested when the police kicked in my door after they caught some of my roommates hosting a party..." [Read More]
Steve - Schenectady, NY
"I got a ticket for doing 77 in a 55 which was ALSO A WORK ZONE! I knew that if I didn’t hire an attorney I would have a bunch of points added to my license..." [Read More]
Ariel - Guilderland, NY