I got a local speeding ticket answerable in a town court to which I timely pled not guilty via mail and requested a supporting deposition. The court has replied with a scheduled pre-trial conference that is less than 30 days from the date the court received the ticket reply with the deposition request. The original appearance date on the ticket was 15 days from the date the court received my reply. There is no trial date specified in the letter from the court; it states one will be set after the pre-trial conference if I refuse a plea bargain. Should I request an adjournment in hopes that the 30-day window will lapse on the deposition? Or take some other action?(This is a New York ticket and court.) For purposes of discussion, assume a clean driving record, a person with a better than usual understanding of law and court procedure, and no reasonable attack on the evidence. Frankly, while I would readily hire an attorney off the bat if circumstances necessitated, in this case an attorney would cost more than the full freight of the ticket and there aren't enough points involved to be worth the extra money.