If you receive a traffic ticket in Norwalk, Connecticut, you are not alone. Traffic tickets are common in this city, especially speeding tickets. Facing a ticket in any place can be an overwhelming experience. Here, I will provide a little more information on speeding tickets in Norwalk and how to navigate the Norwalk Courthouse.
Norwalk Speeding Tickets
Speeding tickets occur frequently in and near Norwalk, Connecticut. It is not uncommon to find traffic and road work in this area, which can lead to accidents and other motor vehicle issues.
If you receive a speeding ticket in Norwalk, first you should check the ticket to see if you have to appear in court. Some motor vehicle violations do require a court appearance, although many do not. If you need to appear in court, the information in the next section about the Norwalk Courthouse will be helpful.
If you do not have to appear in court, you still might want to fight your ticket. Fighting the ticket will also mean appearing in court, so you should familiarize yourself with the Norwalk Courthouse.
The Norwalk Courthouse is located at 17 Belden Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06850. This courthouse is also referred to as “G.A. 20”, so if you hear that term, it is referring to the Norwalk Courthouse.
When you arrive at the courthouse, you have a few options for parking. First, you can take advantage of the public parking on Byington Street and Belden Street. It will just be a short walk to the courthouse if you park on the street. Alternatively, you can park in the Municipal Garage nearby. This is located at 3 Burnell Boulevard. While this garage is convenient, it does require a fee.
When you get to the Norwalk Courthouse, enter through the main front doors. You will then have to go through the Courthouse Security Checkpoint. Security Checkpoints are located at all courthouses in Connecticut, so don’t be alarmed at having to go through one. It is standard procedure.
At Mr. Speeding Ticket, we represent clients at every courthouse in the state of Connecticut. This includes the courthouse in Norwalk, Connecticut. We are familiar with this courthouse and its staff, which is an advantage for our clients. A judge is oftentimes more inclined to work with a lawyer that they know than someone who represents themselves in court. You can take advantage of our relationship with judges and clerks to get a favorable outcome for your case. While we can’t make any promises, we will do our best to work with the judge and help you get what you want out of your case.
There is no need to go through this process alone. Rely on our staff to help you through this process and make it as painless as possible. For more information, please contact my office.