Justice Court

 TOWN OF MAMAKATING COURT

 

HON. CYNTHIA DOLAN

November 27,2020

The Town of Mamakating Justice Court will be closed for the next 14 days due to possible exposure to COVID 19.
We have reason to believe that NO COURT SESSIONS were held after the date of possible exposure which may have occurred last Friday or Saturday offsite.
Our court exercises the utmost safety when it comes to COVID 19 protocols to protect the public and we will continue to do so until this pandemic is over.
We extend our sincerest thanks to Refuah Urgent Care Center in South Fallsburg for graciously accommodating us even on Thanksgiving and for the utmost professionalism that they exhibited when assisting our staff.

Mamakating Court is canceled for the week of Nov.30 to Dec.8 for criminal, civil and traffic courts.

People who are scheduled for court on those dates will receive a new court date in the mail.


 
 

HON. TERRENCE F. MULLEN

 

The Town of Mamakating Justice Court is beginning to reopen with Covid-19 safety protocols in place. Limited appearances are being scheduled and you will be notified of your upcoming court date by mail or other manner specified.


Everyone who enters the courthouse must be wearing a mask and must leave their personal belongings in their vehicles. Only the defendant and/or person notified to appear will be permitted to enter the courthouse at the time specified in the notice received. All others must remain outside.

   Cases involving evictions will not be calendared until after January 01, 2021, as directed by Executive Order.

   Fines and surcharges are now due. Payments may be made by mail with a US Bank Certified check, US Postal Money Order or in person by credit card or cash at the courthouse window Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please retain your numbered receipt as confirmation of payment
 

 

 
    
   
  
 Different dates and times may be noticed by letter of the court

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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