Southampton NY Speeding Tickets, Part 30, High Concentration of Patrol Cars

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While driving west yesterday morning from the beginning of the divided 4 lane Sunrise Highway (Route 27) to Exit 65 in Hampton Bays where the Southampton Town Justice Court is located (a distance of approximately 4 miles), I passed three State Trooper vehicles in separate locations monitoring the speed of traffic. Later in the morning when returning from court, I passed a State Trooper who had pulled over a motorist and a State Trooper in an unmarked vehicle driving east on County Road 39. Even for Sunrise Highway and County Road 39 which are the most heavily patrolled roads in the Town of Southampton, this was a very high concentration of patrols car for an 8 to 10 mile stretch of highway. No doubt, the end result of this concentrated patrol was the issuance of speeding tickets to a number of drivers traveling to and from Southampton yesterday morning. Drivers need to be aware that they face a heightened risk of receiving a speeding ticket when exceeding the speed limit in the Town of Southampton even if a driver believes that she or he is just moving with the flow of traffic.

We represent drivers who receive speeding tickets and traffic tickets while traveling in the Town of Southampton and other areas of Suffolk County. Drivers with such traffic tickets may contact our office for a free consultation on the best way to respond to the ticket.

Disclaimer: The above posting is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice on any matter. Legal counsel should be consulted for legal advice on any matter. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome and results vary from court to court.

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