The Law Offices of Zev Goldstein PLLC provides you with quality representation of traffic tickets and driving-related crimes like DWI/DUI, Aggravated Unlicensed Operation / driving on a suspended license, suspended registration and the like. We have successfully resolved over 30,000 cases.
Attorney Zev Goldstein started out prosecuting in the Albany Traffic Court. He now defends motorists anywhere in the state of New York who are charged with traffic violations.
- Traffic Tickets
- DUI & DWI
- Criminal Law
- Landlord Tenant
- Real Estate Law
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Your Initial consultation is free, comprehensive consultations are hourly.
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I prefer flat rates. Less confusion, less time accounting, less unhappy clients.
- New York
- English: Spoken, Written
- The Law Offices Of Zev Goldstein
- - Current
- Assistant Corporation Counsel
- City of Albany Law Department
- Acting prosecutor for the City of Albany.
- Yeshivas Ohr Somayach
- BT | Jewish Law
- Western New England College
- J.D. (1982) | Law
- State University of New York - College at Fredonia
- B.S. | Political Science
- New York State Bar # 1945872
- - Current
- Activities: COMMITTEE ON VEHICLE AND TRAFFIC LAW & Town and Village Justice Court Committee
- Is a DUI Your Wakeup Call? Take Control of your Life and Find a Rehab that Works for You
18 March 2016
- How to dress and behave in a courtroom
11 May 2015
- Traffic Ticket Photo
6 February 2013
- Hacked by Moroccan Agent Secret
6 June 2012
- Traffic Violation Blog
- Those who fail to appear in court face consequences
15 October 2016
- Increased fees for traffic tickets proposed in Nassau County
13 October 2016
- Is there a connection between energy drinks and drunk driving?
8 October 2016
- Tips for spotting unmarked police cars
6 October 2016
- Study finds wealthy drivers with violations pay less for coverage
1 October 2016
- Drugged drivers face similar consequences as drunk drivers
29 September 2016
- Advances in modern technology aim to put an end to DWI
24 September 2016
- What do I need to do to restore my license after a revocation?
22 September 2016
- What tactics do police use to catch texting drivers?
17 September 2016
- New York Traffic Ticket Facebook Page
- Traffic Violation google+ Blog
- Q. I have to work during my court date - what should I do?
- A: Usually you can send an attorney to go for you, if it's just a traffic violation.
- Q. Caught going 86 in a 55 near bloomington, Indiana with a NY learners permit in a rental car. How keep it off my record?
- A: As long as the charge isn't a crime in Indiana, the conviction won't affect you in NY. Just pay it, or get an attorney in Indiana to reduce it for you, if that is cost effective.
- Q. Is it better just to pay the ticket or contest it in court -
- A: It is always better to fight. What Court is the ticket filed in?
- Q. Yesterday I received a ticket for 45 mph over the speed limit on the meadow brook parkway I also have 4 other speeding
- A: It would help to know where each of these tickets are filed. Even if the speeds are reduced to 5 MPH each, your license will get revoked, fore having more than 3 speeding tickets within 18 months.
- Q. I received 2 copies of the same ticket in NY even though the cop told me they would be for 2 different things.
- A: If they have different ticket numbers (see the top left or bottom right) then you got two tickets, maybe for the same thing.
- Q. got a speeding ticket 6 yrs ago if I take the plea which comes with 3 points will the points show on my record in ny
- A: Where did you receive the ticket?
- Q. I received a 3 day suspension of my license while in Canada after a breathalyzer. How will this affect my NYS DL?
- A: Make sure you take care of the suspension in Canada, because you may remain suspended in NY indefinitely as long as the suspension in Canada is open.
- Q. Got a ticket in May. Went to hearing, no record of it. Court called and said the ticket appeared and so must I. Do I ?
- A: As long as they file within 2 years. Hershel
- Q. I was told after 7 years an unpaid traffic fine can be removed. Who do I contact to get the process started?
- A: Not true in New York. They hold onto those fines forever.