Brant Town Court
Brant Town Court is a town court in the county of Erie, New York. It is located within the 4th and 8th Judicial District Department. It has jurisdiction over criminal, traffic, vehicle, and speeding matters. A special prospector handles vehicle and speeding matters, while the Eric County District Attorney prosecutes criminal and traffic matters. Some rules are set by this court that should be followed by every visitor.
How to search for the case record?
Brant Town Court case search information is available online and in the town clerk’s and county clerk’s offices. All the case information and trails are recorded and maintained by the county and clerk’s office. They can be searched online by using the following ways:
- Searching by name
- Searching by case number
- Searching by address
- Searching by phone
- Searching by email
Some cases are not available online because they are confidential according to the law. These types of information are only available at the county court or county clerk’s office. They can be obtained by filing and sending a request for a record form at the clerk’s office. The court will respond with whether to provide this information. These types of information are mainly given to a close relative, police, or other investigation agency. For more information about the public records, call or mail the court.
How to make payments?
Brant Town Court pay tickets and other fine payments can be made in the following ways:
A person can pay for tickets and fines by visiting the court during regular court hours and paying in cash, checks, or with a card at the counter. 2.99% convenience and other charges will be applied if you make payment with a credit card. Coins are not accepted in this court.
A Person can send a certified check or money order to the court’s mailing address. The address is 201 School Road, Liverpool, NY 13088. Cash or personal checks are not acceptable in the mail; only certified checks or money orders in the form of dollars are accepted. Remember to write your citation when you send the payment, and mail the payment in a self-addressed, stamped envelope if you want a receipt.
· Drop Box:
A person can pay for a ticket by putting certified checks or money orders in an envelope and dropping it in the drop box outside the town hall. Please write your birth date and docket number on the envelope so your file can easily be located.
Online and Phone payment options are not available by this court.
The traffic court handles which types of the case?
The town of Brant Traffic Court handles all the violations and offenses related to traffic and vehicles. It also handles speeding tickets given by the sheriff or New York police on busy highways. The violation and offenses include:
- Driving with a suspended, expired or no license
- Drives recklessly or when taking drugs
- Drive with a high-speed limit that is not allowed
- Operate vehicles with improper tags or improper plates
- Fail to yield
- Do not stop at the red signal or stop sign
- Drive without a seat belt
- Using a mobile phone while driving
- Do not obey traffic control devices and rules
You can enter a plea of not guilty and send it to the court before the court appearance date, and then you received a new date or, in the course of driver improvement or only fines had to pay. If you do not want to enter a plea, you have to appear on the exact schedule; otherwise, punishment can be given to you. Hire an attorney for your guidance and help.
How many points and fines are received for the speed violation?
Brant Town Court speeding violations result in fines and points. These points increase if you violate various times and reach a high point rate that your license gets suspended and will not be renewed until you pay the fine. The fine and point a person receives at the speed of 10 mph is 3, and the fine will be $88 or $93. On the speed of 31 mph, 11 points are given, and the fine will be $88 or $93.
What is the role of the court clerk?
Brant Town Court clerk’s role is to help every visitor who comes to the court, but they cannot provide legal services. The clerk’s office will maintain each case file, receive and handle payment and fines, prepare the court calendar, provide a process for some instances and help the judge in the case hearing. They provide information related to the case proceedings.
How to get a marriage license?
Brant Town Court’s marriage license is obtained from the clerk’s office and given by Erie County. The fee for a marriage license, including the certificate, is $35. The couple’s age must be 18+. If someone is under 18, written consent from parents, guardians, and the judge is mandatory. To get the certification, the couple had to submit a marriage form, marriage questionnaires form with an original sealed birth certificate issued by the state, and photo ids like a driver’s license, Passport, or anything that could prove their identity. All documents must be in English. The application form is available at the clerk’s office. If this is anyone’s second marriage, a divorce paper or spouse death certificate must be required at the time of registration. If anyone wants the copies, fill out the certificated copy of the marriage license request, and submit it to the court with a $10 fee. You should apply for a license 24 hours before the marriage ceremony. You had to return the marriage questionnaire form.
How can I enroll in driver improvement school?
Brant Town Court driver improvement school enrollment is done by calling Brant at 549-0300 ext 108 during office hours, and please do not send a voicemail. You can also enroll online using newyorksafetycouncil.com.
How can I lift my suspension?
You can lift your suspension by paying $70 per case with the fine that the court gives you.
What are the rules for Town Court?
Brant Town Court rules that every person follows in the court are: