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Fairfield County, Connecticut Traffic Courts

If you have been charged anywhere in Fairfield County, Connecticut with speeding, cell phone violation, reckless driving, or any moving violation, your case is going to be heard in one of 4 courts. Our Fairfield, CT speeding, traffic ticket, and auto crime attorneys and defense lawyers defend against such charges as speeding, CT MV Law § 14-219, reckless driving, CT MV Law § 14-222, operating while intoxicated (DWI / DUI), CT MV Law § 14-227a, cell phone violation, CT MV Law § Sec. 14-296aa, following too close, CT MV Law § 14-240, lane violations, CT MV Law § 14-236, and all other Connecticut moving violations. We will appear for you in any of the 4 following courts:

Geographical Area GA 1

Stamford Superior Court

123 Hoyt Street

Stamford, CT 06905

The Stamford GA 1 Superior Court in Fairfield County CT hears speeding and traffic cases written in the towns of Greenwich and Darien, and the city of Stamford.

Geographical Area GA 2

Bridgeport Superior Court

172 Golden Hill Street

Bridgeport, CT 06604

The Bridgeport GA 2 Superior Court in Fairfield County, CT hears speeding and traffic cases written in the city of Bridgeport and the towns of Easton, Fairfield, Monroe, Stratford and Trumbull.

Geographical Area GA 3

Danbury Superior Court

146 White Street,

Danbury, CT 06810

The Danbury GA 3 Superior Court in Fairfield County, CT hears speeding and traffic cases written in the city of Danbury and the towns of Bethel, Brookfield, New Fairfield, Newtown, Redding, Ridgefield and Sherman.

Geographical Area GA 20

Norwalk Superior Court

17 Belden Avenue

Norwalk, CT 06850

The Norwalk GA 20 Superior Court in Fairfield County, CT hears speeding and traffic cases written in the city of Norwalk and the towns of New Canaan, Weston, Westport and Wilton.

Even among the courts, which part your case will be heard in will turn on whether you are charged with a misdemeanor or a violation. Charges such as CT MV Law § 14-215, operating while license or registration is suspended, or CT MV Law § 14-222, reckless driving, DWI / DUI, CT MV Law § 14-227a, these are automobile crimes and are much more serious charges, as they result in not just insurance increases and possibly license suspensions, but a permanent criminal history and a risk of jail time as well. Contrast, things such as CT MV Law § 14-219, speeding, traveling unreasonably fast, CT MV Law § 14-218a, uninsured, CT MV Law § 14-213b, failure to drive a reasonable distance apart, CT MV Law § 14-240, multiple lane highways, CT MV Law § 14-236 are not crimes but violations. While a conviction will trigger an insurance increase and could trigger a license suspension, they do not result in a permanent criminal history. 

The advantage of retaining our Fairfield County traffic court lawyers and law firm is that our speeding and traffic court defense attorneys know and understand the nuances and differences between each court and each part of the courts. Plus, we can get your personal court appearance waived so that you do not have to take off time from school or work to go to court.

A caution against mailing the ticket into the court with a plea of “guilty” because there are no points assessed when you do that

The State of Connecticut is very deceptive when it advises on the text of the ticket that if you mail it in with a guilty plea there are no points assessed. While this is true, all they are talking about is the CT DMV points. They are not talking about what really counts, the insurance companies merit system points.

The insurance company does not care whether the DMV puts points against your license. They don’t even care if your conviction was in a different state. All they care about was which moving violation you were convicted of, and surcharge your insurance rates accordingly.

Another misleading fact is that when a motorist pleads guilty to too many moving violations in too short a period of time, that triggers a mandatory driving school and / or a mandatory suspension, and after completion then the  motorist is on probation with their driving privileges. Suspensions, restrictions, and revocations can all be triggered by mailing tickets in with pleas of guilty.

Our Fairfield County, Connecticut traffic court defense attorneys and lawyers avoid this by executing on a plea bargain. This means that we resolve your case by pleading you guilty to a non-moving or lesser moving violation. While you still pay a fine, a lesser conviction avoids the insurance increases and suspensions often associated with mailing the ticket in with a plea of guilty.   

The below is a list of the more common Connecticut driving violations. While not an exhaustive list, pleading guilty to any of these violations could trigger an insurance increase, traffic school, or a license suspension or revocation::

14-230. Driving in right-hand lane.

14-230a. Restricted use of left-hand lane on divided limited access highways.

14-231. Vehicles in opposite directions to pass on right.

14-232. Passing.

14-233. Passing on right.

14-235. Vehicle not to be driven on left side of highway on curve or upgrade.

14-236. Multiple-lane highways.

14-237. Driving on divided highways.

14-238. Controlled-access highways.

14-238a. Illegal entry on limited access highway.

14-239. One-way streets. Rotaries or roundabouts.

14-240. Vehicles to be driven reasonable distance apart.

14-240a. Vehicles to be driven reasonable distance apart. Intent to harass or intimidate.

14-241. Turns.

14-242. Turns restricted. Signals to be given before turning or stopping. U-turns. Left turns. Right turns when passing bicyclist.

14-243. Starting or backing vehicle.

14-244. Signals.

14-245. Intersection. Right-of-way.

14-246. Right-of-way at intersection turn.

14-246a. Right-of-way at junction of highways.

14-247. Right-of-way at driveway or private road.

14-247a. Right-of-way yielded by one emerging from alley, driveway or building.

14-279. Vehicles to stop for school bus.

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