Greenburgh Town Court

The Town of Greenburgh is located in the west-central part of Westchester County about 20 miles north of New York City. It is about 36 square miles and has a population of 90,000. About one half the population live in one of its six villages, Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford, Hastings-on-Hudson, Irvington and Tarrytown.

Greenburgh is home to two hospitals, Phelps Memorial and Dobbs Ferry. There are also 423 acres of parkland and the Hudson River forms its western boundary. The Crime Rate in Greenburgh is about 2 on a scale of 1 to 10. Lower means less crime. The U.S. average is 3. By comparison, New York City rates a 6.

The town and each of its villages have their own police force. They are also served by the New York State and Westchester County Police Departments. The Greenburgh Town Court is a very busy court, with three judges and meeting every day of the week. The Court handles mostly criminal and traffic matters. It also has jurisdiction over landlord and tenant disputes, building code violations and small claims. A typical criminal calendar includes matters such as DWI and DUI, petit larceny, assault, harassment, trespass, unlicensed operation and drug possession. The courthouses are located as follows:

Greenburgh Town Justice Court. 188 Tarrytown Road, White Plains, NY 10607, Phone (914) 682-5365, Fax 682-5378,

If you are a suspect or arrested for a crime it is vital that you obtain legal representation as soon as possible. Most offenders in the local courts are new to the criminal justice system and have no idea how it works. They are typically intimidated by the police and completely unaware of their rights or how to exercise them. The Law Office of Jared Altman can assist you throughout every stage of the proceeding. Criminal defense attorney Jared Altman is thoroughly experienced and will personally handle the details of your criminal or DWI case from its initial investigation through trial and appeal if warranted. He will assert your rights and ensure that you are afforded every benefit the criminal justice system can be made to offer an accused.
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