Syracuse New York Speeding Ticket Attorneys

Seth Azria, Traffic Lawyer

New York Traffic Ticket Lawyer Seth M.AzriaSeth Azria is a partner at Azria & Bruffett Law Firm PLLC and heads the traffic defense practice. He has successfully represented thousands of clients with traffic tickets in courts throughout New York State. 

Mr. Azria was born and raised in Syracuse, New York. He earned a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University at Buffalo and a JD, magna cum laude, from New York Law School.

In law school, Mr. Azria was an Associate Editor on the Law Review and intern at the New York Attorney General's Office in the Manhattan Criminal Prosecutions Bureau. Mr. Azria is a member of the New York Appellate Division Fourth Department's assigned criminal appeals panel. He is addmitted to the practice of law in New York, Georgia, and Florida. 

Mr. Azria worked as an associate at a mid-size Florida law firm practicing in the litigation and appeals departments before returning to his hometown of Syracuse to open the Azria Law Office and then in 2015, Azria & Bruffett Law Firm PLLC with two former prosecutors. 

Mr. Azria invites your calls, emails, and texts, about any traffic tickets or related issues that you may face. 

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Seth Azria joined forces with David C. Bruffett, Jr., and Ralph Habib to create Azria & Bruffett Law Firm PLLC. With A&B, Mr. Azria continued to represent drivers all over New York State and, with his partner, expanded the firm practices areas beyond traffic and criminal appeals. 

With experienced former prosecutors in Mr. Bruffett,  A&B represents individuals charged with DWI and a range of other crimes. Mr. Bruffett, having spent many years also practicing civil litigation, brought the personal injury, family, and divorce practices to the firm. 

Seth Azria, and his firm, have represented clients in most of the approximately 1300 justice courts located throughout New York State. As a result, they have assembled a useful database of court contact information. A&B makes the database public for your convenience.   New York Traffic Ticket Court Directory. 

 

 

 

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  •  seth@azriabruffettlaw.com
Highly recommended

Mr. Azria did a great job handled my speeding ticket! All it took was a quick telephone call and he took care of everything. He got my charge (and fine) reduced and I did not have to appear in court. Everything was handled via telephone & email.

Mr. Azria was great to deal with and he did exactly what he promised for a very reasonable fee. I hope I don't need him again, but I strongly recommend him.

A Speeding Ticket Client posted to Avvo
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Seth Azria is the man. He helped me of a traffic court case. I should have points on my license. I had to pay a small fine. Now the case is closed. Thanks Seth for your help...

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Very happy with all services, strongly recommend.

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