To say that Mark A.Fluery knows a little bit about driving fast would be an understatement. For over 20 years Mark earned his living racing at over 50 race tracks, from as far north as Three Rivers, Quebec to as far south as Tampa, Florida.

Mark has been a two-time track champion at the legendary Lebanon Valley Speedway and was inducted into the Hall of Fame at that facility in 2010, as was his father, Arnold Fluery.

Mark received his Juris doctorate from the University Of Dayton School Of Law in 1996 and was admitted to the bar in New York State in 1997. He has been practicing law ever since.

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Common Traffic Tickets

Why a Lawyer?

Getting a traffic ticket is not a fun experience, but most people have gotten one or more in their lifetime. While most people just pay the ticket and move on, it may be worth it to hire a traffic ticket lawyer to fight your ticket. Many people get tickets when they don’t necessarily deserve them. For example, maybe you got a speeding ticket when you were just keeping up with the flow of traffic. Perhaps you got a parking ticket for backing into a parking space when the sign was not posted



The importance of texting while driving should be addressed to anyone obtaining a valid driver’s license and can operate a vehicle. It is comparable to, if not worse than, driving under the influence. drivers who are texting while driving are 23% more likely to crash their cars. This percentage is equivalent to that of the average person who has drunk four beers and then began to operate a vehicle! Regardless of how great or experienced a driver you think you are; you are almost guaranteed to


Protection your CDL and Your Career

For professional drivers in New York and throughout the U.S. (those with CDLs and other special driving privileges), a traffic ticket, even a minor citation, can have serious consequences. More than just a fine or a few points added to your license, pleading guilty to a traffic violation could result in the loss or suspension of your CDL, and subsequently, the loss of your job. I am Mark A. Fluery., and I have been representing drivers in New York — including commercial drivers, cross-country



People have been wondering about the failure to show due care for an emergency vehicle or the "Move Over Law" in the State of New York and how it could get you a ticket. But what is it actually? When would it be an offense to not move over and what are the potential fines that you might face? When you are driving, how can you remember to 'Move Over?' Think of it this way, if there are lights flashing, slow down and move to a lane that is farthest away from the blinking lights, if it is safe for


Clients Testimonials

"UNBELIEVABLE!" -- Public Transportation Driver

I heard about mark on the radio and decided to call. I met with him the same day. With my situation he explained in english the worst and best senerio. My court date was a week away. When I told him I was suspended from work until my court date he made a phone call was able to go to court on my behalf that night and took care of my problem. Just like that. Easy 1 2 3. He went to bat for me and the outcome was totally in my favor. Mark is very down to earth and just lets you know it will be ok.



I had received traffic tickets in two different courts about two years ago. Last year a friend of mine recommended that I call Mr. Fluery and hire him to handle these matters so I could lift the suspensions and regain my license. Mr. Fluery was very professional and non-judgemental and explained to me what could happen to me and what he thought would happen to me when I went to court. In fact, in both courts, he did even better than he had indicated he thought he could. One of the tickets involved a cell phone and resulted in no points being assessed on my license.


"5 STARS ACROSS THE BOARD" -- Jay R Carpinello

met Mark about 5 years ago when I called him regarding a speeding ticket. He told me that he was pretty sure that he could get it reduced, how much it would likely cost, and that I probably wouldn’t have to show up to court in person. He was correct on all three estimates.From that day on, he has aided me with any legal questions or issues I have had. He has advised me on potential lawsuits and traffic violations.I think the most important thing you should know about Mark is that you will probably like him. He’s pretty easy to get along with, and I think that is a major factor in building trust in an attorney/client relationship.To make a long story short, if you’re looking for an attorney who you will actually enjoy dealing with and will serve you to the best of his ability at all times, look no further.

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Mark is dedicated to his clients and is willing to go the extra mile to fight for what is right, whether your legal issue involves a minor traffic infraction or something more serious. Mark will do his best to make sure justice is served.


Driving While Intoxicated

DWI is a very serious offense and along with the criminal liability there exists many other consequences. Mark Fluery has represented many drivers charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Driving While Ability Impaired by Alcohol (DWAI), Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs, Boating While Intoxicated (BWI), and Snowmobiling While Intoxicated (SWI).

Oftentimes the charges have been reduced significantly, or in some cases dismissed due to the efforts of representation that Mr. Fluery offers his clients. Any effective representation of an alcohol or drug related operating offense is best started as soon as possible, preferably during the stop of the motor vehicle or the arrest, if possible.Simply put, the prosecution cannot obtain a conviction for any of the above referenced operating offenses without the help of the accused motorist in providing evidence necessary to convict him or herself. Such evidence can only be obtained without violating the constitutional rights of the motorist with the cooperation of that motorist.