Nyack Village Court

The Village of Nyack is located in the towns of Orangetown and Clarkstown in Rockland County. It occupies about 1.6 square miles and has a population of about 7,000. It was once the commercial hub of Rockland County. One of its homes was declared haunted in a court ruling and the owner was required to disclose that to potential buyers.

The Crime Rate in Nyack is 4 on a scale of 1 to 10. Lower means less crime. The U.S. average is also 4. By comparison, New York City rates a 6. The Village has its own police force and it is also served by the New York State Police, the Rockland County Sheriff and occasionally the Orangetown and Clarkstown Police Departments.

The Village 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 courthouse is located as follows:

Nyack Village Court, 9 North Broadway, Nyack, NY 10960, 845-358-4464, http://www.nyack.org/index.php.

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.

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