Presiding Justice: James D. Dadamio Court Clerk: Rachael Klug
Mailing Address: 44 Park Street, Port Crane, NY 13833
Phone: 607-648-4801 Ext. 2
+1 347-378-4143 United States, New York City (Toll)
Conference ID: 791 345 790#
From Binghamton/Endicott/Owego area heading east:
Take I-88 E/ NY Route 7; take Exit 3, left on Route 369 at traffic light, turn right onto Park Street (directly past Lindsey’s Lawn Care). Town Hall is located at the end of Park Street. Entrance is through the main double doors.
From Harpursville/Albany area heading west:
Take I-88 W; take Exit 3, turn left on Route 369, pass under underpass and take immediate left on Park Street.
Town Hall is located at the end of Park Street. Entrance is through the main double doors.
Town of Fenton Justice Court
Parking Tickets in the Town of Fenton are handled by the courts. If you have received one or have any outstanding parking tickets, they can be handled and processed through the court office.
Unlicensed dogs are handled by the court. Please license your dog in a timely manner to avoid a visit to the local court.
Weddings are available to be performed by the Town Justice. Please contact the court as soon as a date is selected, to ensure the Justice is available for your date.
We welcome your comments, suggestions and experiences with the court. Please feel free to contact the court at any time. Again we thank all of our residents for placing their trust in us to serve.
The Court staff continues their annual certifications and meetings to keep up to date with the ever changing laws and issues that face the court daily.
Mission Statement: To adjudicate Justice for all, to the very best of our ability. To maintain our certifications and attend all trainings, so we may become the very best we can, while serving the residents of our town.
Town of Fenton Court Hours:
Office Hours: Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Court: Thurs. 9 a.m.
Assist. District Attorney: 2nd and 4th Thursdays of Each Month
Jury Trials: scheduled as needed.
*Office hours are often extended. You may leave a telephone message at any time. If no one is in the justice office at the time of your call, you may leave a message and your call will be returned. Messages are checked on a daily basis. A locked drop box is located to the left of the justice office. You may leave a plea or payment. If you wish to be provided with a receipt, you must leave a self addressed stamped envelope. The drop box may also be accessed at the outside rear of the building.
Small Claims can be filed with the Court Clerk. The party you are filing against must live, work or have a place of business in the Town of Fenton and receive their mail in the Town of Fenton. You must provide the court with an exact mailing address. Post office boxes are not acceptable. The maximum amount to claim is $3000.00. If the amount exceeds $3,000.00 you may file in city court. For claims up to $1000.00, the filing fee is $10.00. For claims over $1000.00 the filing fee is $15.00. It is recommended that you call ahead to make an appointment to file the paperwork. For more information you may pick up a booklet on small claims at the court office.
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You may also view the New York State Guide to Small Claims Court by clicking on the link below:
Evictions are heard on Thursday mornings. Please call the court to confirm specific date and time. The filing fee is $20.00.
IF THE CHARGE IS A MISDEMEANOR, YOU MUST APPEAR IN PERSON ON THE DATE AND TIME LISTED AND ENTER YOUR PLEA IN FRONT OF THE JUDGE.
A supporting deposition or more detailed account of the incident may be requested if you did not receive one when the ticket(s) were issued.
Note: Be sure to review ALL information printed on your ticket(s). To plead guilty, complete and sign Part A of your ticket; to plead not guilty, complete and sign Part B of your ticket.
I'd like to speak with someone regarding a reduction or plea bargain.
If you are charged with a traffic violation and before any plea bargains are accepted, you must first enter a plea of not guilty by appearing for arraignment before the judge or by completing Part B on the traffic ticket(s) you were issued. You may mail or drop the signed ticket(s) to the court office. Once a plea of not guilty has been entered with the court, you would receive further information with regard to plea bargaining.
Call the court or your attorney immediately. You may be subject to a license suspension or a warrant could be issued for your arrest.
Go to NYS Department of Motor Vehicles' website www.dmv.ny.gov for a clearer explanation of that fee. Or call 518-402-2851. Yes, you must pay that according to the instructions you received or outlined on that site. It is a separate fee imposed by NYSDMV and is apart from the fine/surcharge you must pay to the court.
Payments may be made by US Postal Service, in person or by leaving it in the Town of Fenton Court locked drop box. Cash, money order, or a certified bank check made payable to the Town of Fenton Court are accepted. Be sure to include a case number, ticket number, or name for proper posting. Include a self-addressed stamp envelope with your payment if you desire a receipt. Credit card payments are also accepted using VISA or Mastercard - Call the court during normal business hours for instructions.
Credit Card Authorization
Send to the address listed on the top of this page, or you may fax the form if you wish. If you want your receipt, send a self-addressed stamped envelope with your payment.
Broome County District Attorney’s Office
If you wish to contact the District Attorney’s Office they may be reached by mail:
Broome County District Attorney’s Office
Post Office Box 1766 45 Hawley Street, 4th Floor
Binghamton, NY 13902
Or by phone: 607-778-2198
Although you are not required to have an attorney it is not recommended that you proceed to trial without the aid of counsel.
Office is located at: 45 Hawley Street, 6th Floor, Binghamton, NY