Plattekill Town Court

Plattekill Town Court

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Time

Working Hours:
Monday: 9:00 am– 3:00 pm
Tuesday: 9:00 am– 3:00 pm
Wednesday:9:00 am– 3:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am– 3:00 pm
Friday:9:00 am– 12:00 pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Judges

Judge Annamaria Maciocia 
Judge Robert W. Murphy

Court Administrative:

N/A

Chief Prosecutor:

Daniel Rusk
Dana Blackmon

Attorney

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Clerk of Courts

Maureen

Plattekill Town Court is a trial court in the county of Ulster, New York. It is located within the 3rd Judicial District Department. The court has jurisdiction over criminal, civil, traffic, small claims and eviction cases and matters. It also handles the thruway speeding ticket received on the highway. The court session will be held every Monday and Friday from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Proper dressing is required in this court.

See also  Dewitt Town Court

division

Plattekill Town Court Division consist of the followings:

  • Civil Division
  • Traffic Division
  • Criminal Division
  • Small Claims Division

How to search for cases?

Plattekill Town Court Clerk’s Office contains files of all the records. The record search can be found online in the following ways:

  • Searching by name
  • Searching by case number
  • Searching by address
  • Searching by phone
  • Searching by email

Some information about records is not available online, like serious crime or marriage information, because they are confidential by law and are not available online. These types of information are only available at the court office. You had to submit a form for this information, and then the court would respond whether to provide the record information or not.

see also Pickens County Probate Court

How to make a payment

Plattekill Town Court payment can be made in the following ways:

In-Person

A person can make payment by visiting the court during business hours and paying in cash, checks, or with a card at the counter. Service or deduction charges of 2.99% will be applied if you pay with a credit card.

Online

A person can pay online by using the online payment website PayCourtOnline.com or GovPayNow.com. Processing fees will be applied in this online method.

Mail

 A Person can send a certified check or money order to the court’s mailing address. The address is 1915 Route 44-55, PO Box 45 Modena, NY 12548. Cash or personal checks are not acceptable in the mail; only certified checks are accepted.

A small claim division handles which types of cases?

Plattekill Town Court’s small claims division also handles cases of eviction, in which a person claims another person or property. It hears the eviction cases related to property in that town or village. It takes issues in which claims are up to $3000. The filing fee is $10 for claims less than $1000 and $15 for claims greater than $1000. The filing fee for eviction cases is $20. The person you are sued must be 18+; if the person is less than 18, the parent or guardian must be present at the filing and in the court session.

See also  Akron Municipal Court

see also Connecticut Superior Court

The traffic division handles which types of cases?

Plattekill Town Court traffic division handles cases of traffic and vehicle violations. The violation includes speeding, accidents, and drive with a suspended or no license, Thruway Tickets of New York, CDL and trucking violation. If you receive a traffic ticket, you must submit a plea of guilty or not guilty and send it to the court. The court will respond whether you had to appear in the court for the case or just paid the fine only, and the issue will be solved. Hire a professional traffic ticket attorney for guidance.

What is the role of the clerk?

Plattekill Town Court clerk’s role is to maintain each case file, help the judges in the case, and receive and handle payment and fines. They are responsible for the maintenance of all Official Town Records and the issuance of various licenses. The clerk’s office provides the certification of different claims, permits and many more. They had custody of all records like marriage certificate, birth certificate etc. They are an agent of licensing and custodians of the town records. The town clerk also collects taxes from the town. The clerk’s office is open from Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. You can contact them by phone or by email.

Phone: 845-883-7331

Email: [email protected]

How to get a marriage license?

Plattekill Town Court’s marriage license is obtained from the clerk’s office and is given by the health department of Ulster County. The fee for a marriage license is $40 and for certificates is $20 per copy. The couple’s age must be 18+. To get the certification, the couple had to submit a marriage form with a birth certificate, photo ids like a driver’s license, Passport, or anything that could prove their identity. 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. After receiving a license, a marriage ceremony is held in court.

See also  MULTNOMAH COUNTY COURTHOUSE

see also Vance County District Court

The civil division handles which types of cases?

Plattekill Town Court civil division handles civil cases and violations. When you file a civil claim, a written request for adjournment with a valid reason must be provided to the court. $20 is the filing fee for civil cases. The parties must be presented at the court on the schedule; if they do not come, it may result in a judgment against the defending party. Civil court hearings will be held every Monday and Friday at 5:00 pm.

FAQ:

When will hearing of small claims and eviction cases occur?

The hearing of small claim and eviction cases occurs every Monday and Friday at 5:00 pm.

Who is the Local Registrar of Vital Statistics?

The town clerk is the local registrar of the vital birth, death and marriage certificate statistics.

What are court rules?

The court rules are:

  • No electronic items or recordings are allowed. Cell phones should be switched off during the court session
  • Eating and drinking items are prohibited in the court
  • Proper and comfortable dress is allowed. Sleeveless, tight and torn clothes are not allowed in this court.

What is the “Official Newspaper” of the Town of Plattekill?

The official newspaper is the Southern Ulster Times, but it changes annually. All legal notices will appear in this newspaper.

What happens if I do not pay the fine on time?

If you do not pay the fine on time, an extra penalty will be added, and your license and insurance will be cancelled.

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