Ward Town Court 4414 County Road 10 Vandermark Road Scio, NY 14880
Ward Town Court is located on Vandermark Road in the town of Scio, New York. The town of Ward is located in Allegany County, New York.
Ward, New York is the town named after Judge Hamilton Ward from Belmont who was a recent state attorney general. The town is made up of uplands, the hills in most instances being quite rugged and steep. The town is cut by several rivulets and streams, the two most sought after being Philip’s Creek in the northerly part while the Vandermark Creek in the southern area. The manufacture of cheese is the major product, even though massive butter is marketed, also potatoes, buckwheat, oats, and more.
The people here are persevering, economizing, hardworking and mostly Christians, being in most cases the straight descendants of the strong innovators who cleared its forests and established its farms. The first settler arrived approximately 1817. The town of Ward was developed in 1856 of the towns of Amity and Alfred. One of the significant community, Philips Creek, was settled between 1830 and 1835.
As soon as the town becomes cleared enough to avail pasturage, admit the development of crops, and hay for storing of cattle, the early pioneers turned their attention to dairying. Their soil was well adapted to grazing, the raising of grass and growing of the lighter grains. From the early settlements, dairying has been the major occupation of farmers. Every farmer stores as many covers in his area as it can be pastured through the winter season and which will afford enough hay and grain to keep them throughout the winter.
According to the 2000 censures, the town of Ward has 390 residents, 107 families and 133 households living within the town. Further, the population density was around 13.4 individual per square mile. In Ward, the people was spread out with around 30.3% under age of eighteen; 6.7% from 18 – 24; 28.2 percent from 25 – 44, 24.9 percent from 45 – 64 and 10.0 percent who were 65 years older and above.
Ward Town Courtpersonnel are prohibited by law from providing you with any legal advice. They will attempt to guide you through the process; but if you have legal concerns, you should seek the advice of counsel.
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When playing a sport, typically the more points you get, the better. However, the New York Department of Motor Vehicles issues points on your license for certain types of traffic violation convictions. And like golf, when it comes to points on your license, the less points you have, the better.
New York Vehicle and Traffic Law section 1180 deals with speed limits and sets out the consequences imposed by a court upon a conviction. The fine that a court may assess is based on the specific traffic violation stated on the ticket, the ticketed speed, and the number of previous convictions.
Some of the most common violations under the DMV point system:
Speeding (1 – 10 MPH over posted limit):
Speeding (11 – 20 MPH over posted limit):
Speeding (21 – 30 MPH over posted limit):
Speeding (31 – 40 MPH over posted limit):
Speeding (more than 40 MPH over posted limit):
Failing to stop for a school bus:
Following too closely (tailgating):
Inadequate brakes while driving an employer’s vehicle:
Failing to yield right-of-way:
Violation involving a traffic signal, stop sign, or yield sign
Improper passing, unsafe lane change, driving left of center, or driving in wrong direction:
Leaving the scene of an incident involving property damage or injury to a domestic animal:
Safety restraint violation involving a person under 16 years old:
Texting while driving:
Any other moving violation:
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It is not uncommon for an individual to attempt to defend a traffic violation by themselves without knowing the procedure and customs of the local court system. However, oftentimes a person who represents themselves risks missing important deadlines, notices, and court proceedings because they are not familiar with the court rules and legal documents involved in any given case. Without an understanding of local courtroom rules and customs, people that choose to represent themselves, due to their lack of knowledge of these rules and customs, often, unintentionally offend a judge or district attorney.
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