Bedford Town Court
Where is the Town Court in Bedford, NY?
The Justice Court in Bedford is located at 321 N Bedford Rd, Bedford Hills, NY 10507:
The Bedford Town Court is in the northwestern part of Westchester County
in New York. It is known for handling numerous traffic ticket cases, especially
violations for speeding on Interstate 684.
Judges: Erik P. Jacobsen and David A. Menken.
Clerks: Helen Magnotta and Diane Georgio
When is the Bedford criminal court in session?
The Bedford Town Court holds trials and conferences for vehicle and traffic
cases on every other Wednesday, with the schedule set by the court. Criminal
hearings are held on Mondays at 9:00 AM, as are criminal jury trials,
while criminal court is held every week on Thursdays at 7:00 PM.
Security Information for the Bedford Town Court
Note that visitors to the Bedford Town Court must pass through security
screening including a magnetic metal detector. Weapons of any kind will
not be allowed into the court, nor will certain other items as determined
by the judges at their discretion. There is no voucher system to check
your prohibited items, so it’s better to play it safe and leave
anything questionable at home.
Payment of Fines and License Suspensions at the Bedford Town Court
Fines levied for traffic violations at the Bedford Town Court are determined
by statutory minimums and by the discretion of the presiding judge, rather
than by a schedule of set fines. Fines due for a plea of guilty or a conviction
are due to be paid on the date of the trial or plea, with non-payment
or late payment punishable by a suspension of the driver’s license.
Note that if you are appearing at the Bedford Court following an arrest
for DWI, you should plan to have a friend or family member present to
drive you home, as your license may be suspended at the hearing.
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