Kirkwood Town Court

Kirkwood Traffic Ticket Lawyer

The Law Office of Ken McCauley handles all Vehicle & Traffic matters, criminal misdemeanors, and Transportation Law cases in this court, including (but not limited to):

  • Speeding tickets
  • 1144-a Move Over Law
  • Cell Phone tickets
  • Aggravated Unlicensed Operator (misdemeanor, suspended license/scofflaw)
  • Logbook Violations
  • UPM (Unlawful Possession of Marijuana)
  • DWI

We can help you reduce points and fines through plea bargain negotiation, get your charges dismissed through the Traffic Diversion Program, or represent you in a trial. Even if you are a professional truck driver, cab driver, or other CDL, we offer affordable defense fees and can help protect your employment status and driving history. (Ask about our discounts).

* Be sure to respond to your ticket on time!

Court Information

Address: 70 Crescent Drive, Kirkwood, NY 13795
Phone: (607) 775-2653
Fax: (607) 775-4589
Official Website: townofkirkwood.org/town-court/
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8am – 3:30pm
Court Schedule: Please see official website.

Notes: The Kirkwood Town court is an extremely busy place, with one of the most active traffic ticket dockets in the state. Court clerks will not have time to do your homework or babysit your file. If you need to call with a question, make sure it’s important and you have already done your research. Questions about the Traffic Diversion Program are referred to the District Attorney’s website. This justice court hears all traffic and other local matters originating within the town limits, which includes the hamlets of Riverside, Kirkwood Village, Langdon, Kirkwood Centre, and Brookvale.

About the Town of Kirkwood

Kirkwood is small town bordering the City of Binghamton and the Susquehanna River in the southernmost part of Broome County. It is directly off of Interstate I-81 and the first place you encounter after crossing the Pennsylvania border, making it a prime location for tourists and other commuters to get a ticket. State highways 11 (Kirkwood Ave.) and 7 (Conklin Rd.) also run through the town, whose center lies on County Rd. 209 (Main St.).

According to the official history, it was named after James Pugh Kirkwood, an engineer that played an important role in building the Erie Railroad that still passes through the area.