Binghamton Town Court

Binghamton TOWN Court Traffic Lawyer

Local governments and their court systems are confusing enough, but it gets worse when you have two “cities” with the same name with boundaries right on top of each other. This is the case with the town of Binghamton and the city of Binghamton.

The city of Binghamton is the center of the Broome County universe with a population of about 50,000. Its court is one of the busiest in the state. The town of Binghamton, on the other hand, has a population about ten times as small and its court is held once a week. It’s kind of a metaphor for landscape of Upstate, New York with a few concentrated urban areas surrounded by miles and miles of country.

Anyway, if you need a lawyer for the Binghamton Town Court, we would be glad to help you out. Our attorneys have personal experience here and can help you get out of a jam or take your case to the highest authority in the land (like this guy did). Depending on your situation and the charges laid against you, you may not even have to come to court. Just please be sure to answer your ticket on-time with a plea of Not Guilty as you may qualify for the Broome County Traffic Diversion Program, which gives drivers a guaranteed dismissal of their ticket when completed. Enrollment is limited and there are several qualifications, so call or email us to learn more.

Whether you have a low speeding ticket or a misdemeanor like A.U.O. or UPM, though, we are confident we can provide you with the quality service and expert legal representation you are looking for.

Court Information

Address: 279 Park Avenue, Binghamton, NY 13903
Phone: (607) 772-0357, ext. 19
Fax: (607) 772-0749
Official Website: townofbinghamton.com
Hours: Mondays @ 5pm
Court Schedule: Please see official website.

The town website also has quick links and an FAQ with answers to specific questions about fines, $300 DMV Assessment fees and other issues:

About the Town of Binghamton

As we mentioned above, Binghamton is the small-town sibling of the City of Binghamton on the New York-Pennsylvania border. It was established in 1855 as one of several municipalities that originated from U.S. Senator William Bingham’s 1786 purchase of a 32,000+ acre parcel. You can read all about their official logo on their website.