The trip there was eventful. The town where the court was, was in the middle of no-where, NY, about 40 minutes south of Rochester. The GPS was set to take me the fastest way. Sadly, it doesn't know about snow, so I turned onto 'Beacon Hill Rd', which, was a hill. It wasn't plowed, and I got 1/2 way up, then started sliding backwards down this hill. That wasn't fun. I made it back down without hitting anything, and found an alternate route.
We got to 'court', and I quote it, because it was a banquet room attached to the town fire hall. There was an office there with a printed sign that said, "Assistant District Attorney", and I sign above a window that said, "Town Court." It was scary. We waited there for a long time before Travis got called. He pleaded to 'failure to obey a traffic device', paid his fine, and we took off. The trip back was less eventful, though more snowy. If I ever have to go back to that town, it'll be too soon.