Going to Sidney Village Court in New York? Everything you need to know.

Going to Sidney Village Court in New York? Everything you need to know.

Niki Brown
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Here’s what you need to know.

 

Village of Sidney Court in Sidney, NY is where you can:

 

When to show up:

  • For in-person court pleadings regarding traffic tickets, please show up on the date listed on the front of the ticket. You may contact the court in writing to request a new date.

  • Submitting written pleas regarding traffic tickets, you must complete the required sections on the ticket and mail to Sidney Village Court at 44 Grand St #2, Sidney, NY 13838.

  • Call ahead before filing small claims paperwork. 

 

Important tips about Sidney Village court:

 

  • If issued a ticket for a misdemeanor or felony, you must appear on the arraignment date. A party is not permitted to plea in writing or by mail.

  • If issued a ticket for a traffic infraction, you may plead guilty in writing, not guilty in writing or appear before the court.

  • To properly file a small claim, please be aware that the maximum amount if $3000.00. Click here for more information.

  •  You can always hire an attorney, even for landlord/tenant issues or traffic offenses. Court Buddy can help you find an affordable lawyer.

 

Current schedule Due to Coronavirus:

Please note the court is still closed in the Town of Sidney due to the Coronavirus. Please click here for more information.

 

Regular Court Schedule:

  • First Monday, Third Tuesday, and Fifth Tuesday of every month set for scheduled pre-trials (misdemeanors) and non-jury trials (violations).

  • Fourth Wednesday of each month is reserved for Vehicle & Traffic Trials.

 

 

Their address is:

 

44 Grand St #2, Sidney, NY 13838

 

Their phone number is:

 

 Phone: 607-561-2308

Fax: 607-561-2307

 

Town Clerks Office Information

Sheila: 607-561-2334

Email:Clerk@townofsidney.com

 

Their hours are:

 Monday-Wednesday 8:30AM-2:00PM

 

Clerk’s Office at Walk Up Window

Monday-Thursday 9:00AM-4:00pm and Fridays 9:00AM-Noon.

 

 More resources:

http://www.villageofsidney.org/village-court

http://townofsidney.com/

https://www.nycourts.gov/courts/townandvillage/
 

This article is intended to convey generally useful information only and does not constitute legal advice. Any opinions expressed are solely those of the author, not LawChamps.

 
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