Randy S. Alpert, Nassau County Traffic Lawyer

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Handling Your Nassau County Traffic Ticket

In Nassau and Suffolk County Counties, we have two options when handling your case. The first option is plea bargaining your traffic ticket with the County Prosecutor to a lesser charge without any points or as few points as possible. For instance, if you are charged with a 6 point speeding ticket it is not uncommon for our office to plea bargain this charge down to a no point violation and a fine. As a former Assistant District Attorney, Randy Alpert, understands the plea bargaining process and is able to effectively negotiate with the Prosecutor to achieve the best results for his clients.

The second option that exists is to go to trial. Proceeding to trial is usually an "all or nothing" proposition. What that means is that at the conclusion of the trial, the motorist is either 100% not guilty with no points and no fine or the motorist is 100% guilty with all the points and a fine. Randy S. Alpert will review these options and weigh the pros and cons with you before deciding the best strategy to pursue. If it is decided that a trial is the best option, Randy Alpert has vast experience in Criminal and Traffic courts. This means our clients receive aggressive, knowledgeable and seasoned representation at trial.

Contact Our Nassau and Suffolk Traffic Attorney Today

Contact our Queens Criminal and Traffic Attorney at 718-544-3963, 516-206-3062 or 631-232-1800 today. We have offices in Valley Stream, Central Islip and Forest Hills and represent clients throughout the area in Queens, Nassau County and Suffolk County.