East Randolph NY Traffic Lawyer
The first business in East Randolph New York opened in 1826, and a post office was opened in 1850.
The village of East Randolph was incorporated in the 1880s. On March 16, 2010, a referendum was held in both the village of Randolph and East Randolph to dissolve each entity into a hamlet within the town of Randolph with the north section of East Randolph being absorbed by the town of Conewango. Both referendums passed and the village of East Randolph ceased to exist after December 31, 2011. At the time of the village’s dissolution, the mayor was current Cattaraugus County legislator Howard Van Rensselaer. There were about 629 people living in East Randolph in 2009.
Why Choose an East Randolph NY Traffic Lawyer?
As a East Randolph NY Traffic Lawyer, we have the local court knowledge needed to give your case an edge. In addition, our small firm allows us to give your case personal attention. Working with the John C. Nelson Law Firm will take the stress of getting a ticket away from you. We are an experienced law firm that focuses on traffic defense. Representing yourself can often lead to missed court dates, lost paperwork and hours wasted looking for evidence and preparing for a court appearance. Find out why it’s best to hire a local attorney here.