Nassau County Traffic & Parking Violations Agency
I, Jeanne Marie Beckmann, Esq. am an experienced traffic defense attorney who has resolved thousands of tickets in the Nassau County Traffic & Parking Violations Agency (NCT&PVA) at 16 Cooper Street West, in Hempstead, New York. I have had thousands of tickets, points and charges dismissed or reduced in this court! Don’t miss work, school, vacation or travel long distances to appear in court. Don’t waste hours of your valuable time waiting in long lines. I can handle it all for you. I will forecast your case results based on the charge(s), your driving record and history of similar cases. If you have a court date coming up, have missed your court date, or are suspended or convicted by default, contact me for a free consultation at 516 485 4888.
DON’T PAY YOUR TICKET!
Paying a ticket means that you are pleading guilty. If you plead guilty to a moving violation, the Court will notify the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). The DMV will record the conviction and points on your driving record. Convictions for moving violations will not be deleted from your driving record until January of the 4th year following conviction. That means, if you are convicted in 2020, the conviction will not be deleted until January, 2024. Your insurance rates can be increased from the time the change in your driving record is detected by the insurance carrier until the conviction is deleted from your driving record in January of the fourth year following conviction.
Contact me at 516 485 4888 to discuss your case pending in the Nassau County Traffic & Parking Violations Agency. The consultation is free. Attorneys and law firms with cases pending in this court seeking local counsel are welcome to contact me at 516 485 4888.
Increased Insurance Cost or Policy Cancellation
Your driving record (and those of driver’s listed on your policy) is largely what the cost of your auto insurance is based upon. That means the price of your insurance (or your parent’s or spouse’s) can increase significantly as a result of convictions for moving violations and points. Four years is a long term increase and can add up to a lot of money. Or, your insurance carrier can cancel the insurance policy altogether.
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