Traffic Ticket Lawyers for Watertown and Jefferson County NY

We represent drivers ticketed for speeding, cell phone use, aggravated unlicensed operation, passed right light, and all other traffic tickets pending in Jefferson County, NY Traffic Courts.

Protect Your Driver's License

Traffic ticket convictions will result in fines, points, increased insurance premiums, and suspension or revocation of your driving privilege. We have helped hundreds of drivers minimize the impact of traffic tickets on their lives and records.  Hire us to:

  • Reduce Points and Fines
  • Prevent Suspension and Revocation
  • Save Time and Eliminate Anxiety

Convenient Representation

We can handle most traffic infractions without your appearance in court and use fax, email, and accept credits online to help make our relationship with you as convenient as possible. 

Prompt Client Communication

We are absolutely committed to prompt and responsive client communication. Call (315) 364-1155 and you will speak with a lawyer who can help immediately and if not we return all calls and emails the day they are received and typically within the hour. 

With experience from thousands of cases, our lawyers and staff work together to ensure the most favobale outcome of your case. The firm's hard work has earned excellent reviews from our clients and we look forward to bringing you that same level of service.  

Seth M. Azria, Esq.
Mr. Azria is the managing partner and started and heads the traffic defense practice. He also handles criminal appeals. 

David C. Bruffett, Jr., Esq.
Mr. Bruffett is a partner and our primary courtroom litigator. He worked as prosecutor with two counties in NY for almost a decade where he successfully brought numerous felonies to trial. He was a civil litigator for years in a mid size insurance defense firm. Since 2012, has been a town court judge in Cicero NY.

Ralph Habib, Esq. 

Mr. Habib is a partner and has prosecuted or defended criminal cases his entire legal career. As a prosecutor for nearly a decade, he prosecuted numerous types of cases including the most serious drug felonies. For almost 20 years, he has used that experience to defend thousands of people charged with crimes all over New York State. 

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Seth Michael AzriaClients’ ChoiceAward 2016

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beyond happy with turn out working with them, would recommend them to anyone

Excellent job done!!

Seth Azria saved me such heartache when I received a speeding ticket on Thanksgiving day...of all days of the year. 
Seth was able to negotiate a much lesser charge and fine and I am truly thankful!

Mary B. posted to Avvo
Speeding Ticket

Seth Azria and his team are great. He helped me reduce my 6 points speeding ticket to a no points, loud muffler violation. I highly recommend him.

anonymous posted to Avvo
Highly recommended

Mr. Azria did a great job handled my speeding ticket! All it took was a quick telephone call and he took care of everything. He got my charge (and fine) reduced and I did not have to appear in court. Everything was handled via telephone & email.

Mr. Azria was great to deal with and he did exactly what he promised for a very reasonable fee. I hope I don't need him again, but I strongly recommend him.

A Speeding Ticket Client posted to Avvo
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Mr. Azria was excellent, fast and very courteous handling my case for a speeding violation upstate. And most importantly he was very successful lowering my fine and reducing my charge. Highly recommend.





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We help many drivers licensed outside New York State. Many out-of-staters call mention that, unlike their home state, the NY ticket does not state how much the fine will be, how many points the conviction will be, or any other consequences of pleading guilty. Prompted by our out-of-state clients, here are answers to 7 questions that are not answered by looking at the ticket. 1) How Many Points is My Ticket? Points attach as a matter of law for each conviction, even though you will not see any mention to them on the ticket or even in court. The most common tickets are issued for speeding...

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Distracted Driving means Using a Cell Phone or Portable Electronic Device Driving distracted is dangerous and in recent years New York State has taken notice and has made the vehicle and traffic law more strict. Increased penalties for cell phone use and “texting” while driving apply to all drivers and include an increase from a 3-point to a 5-point assessment on the New York driving record for convictions for using a cell phone (NY VTL §1225c2a) or using a portable electronic device (NYC VTL §1225d). For new drivers in their probationary period, a conviction for...
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A Driver Responsibility Assessment is a fee imposed by the New York State DMV on drivers with certain traffic, alcohol, or drug related convictions. The DMV will mail the bill for this assessment to your home after your case has been concluded and it must be paid in addition to fines, surcharges, and other penalties from the courts. Pleading guilty to traveling 86 mph on the New York Thruway is enough to incur the assessment and it will cost you an extra $300. This extra penalty has surprised many people.





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