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As there may be more one source to obtaining New York criminal, civil and divorce records, it is important to search multiple state courts to find the correct records.

New York State Court Structure:

The New York supreme court has mandatory jurisdiction in civil, capital criminal, criminal, administrative agency, juvenile, original proceeding cases. The New York supreme court has discretionary jurisdiction in civil, criminal, administrative agency, juvenile, disciplinary, and original proceeding cases. The New York appellate divisions of the supreme court has mandatory jurisdiction in civil, criminal, administrative agency, juvenile, lawyer disciplinary, original proceeding, and interlocutory decision cases. The New York supreme court has discretionary jurisdiction in civil, criminal, juvenile, original proceeding, and interlocutory decision cases. The New York appellate terms of the supreme court has mandatory jurisdiction in civil, criminal, juvenile, and interlocutory decision cases. The New York appellate terms of the supreme court has discretionary jurisdiction in criminal, juvenile, and interlocutory decision cases. The New York supreme court has jurisdiction in tort, contract, real property rights, and miscellaneous civil cases. The appellate terms of the supreme court has exclusive marriage dissolution jurisdiction. The appellate terms of the supreme court has jurisdiction over felony, DWI/DUI, and miscellaneous criminal cases. The appellate terms of the supreme court has jury trials. The New York county courts have jurisdiction over tort, contract, real property rights ($0/$25,000), and miscellaneous civil cases. The New York county courts have trial court appeals jurisdiction. The county courts have jurisdiction over felony, DWI/DUI, miscellaneous criminal, and criminal appeals. The county courts have Jury trials. The New York court of claims has jurisdiction over tort, contract, and real property rights involving the state. The New York court of claims has no jury trials. The New York surrogates court has jurisdiction over estate cases. The New York surrogates has jurisdiction over adoptions. The New York surrogates has jury trials in estate cases. The New York family court has jurisdiction over guardianship, and domestic relations (except marriage dissolution). The family court has exclusive domestic violence jurisdiction and exclusive juvenile jurisdiction. The New York family court has no jury trials. The New York district court has jurisdiction over tort, contract, real property rights ($0 to $15,000), small claims up to $3,000), and administrative agency appeals. The district court has jurisdiction over felony, misdemeanor, DWI/DUI, moving traffic, miscellaneous traffic, and ordinance violation cases. The district court handles preliminary hearings and has jury trials except in traffic cases. The New York city court has jurisdiction over tort, contract, real property rights ($0/$15,000), and small claims up to $3,000. The city court has jurisdiction over felony, misdemeanor, and DWI/DUI cases. The New York city court has jurisdiction over moving traffic, miscellaneous traffic, and ordinance violations. The city court handles preliminary hearings. The New York city court has jury trials for the highest level misdemeanor. The New York civil court of the city of New York has jurisdiction over tort, contract, real property rights ($0/$25,000), small claims up to $3,000, miscellaneous civil, and administrative agency appeals cases. The civil court of the city of New York has jury trials. The New York criminal court of the city of New York hears misdemeanor, DWI DUI, moving traffic, ordinance violation, and miscellaneous traffic cases. The criminal court of the city of New York handles preliminary hearings. The criminal court of the city of New York has jury trials for the highest level misdemeanor. The New York town and village justice courts have jurisdiction over contract, tort, real property rights and small claims ($0/$3,000) cases. The New York town and village justice court has jurisdiction over misdemeanor, DWI/DUI, and miscellaneous criminal cases. The town and village justice courts have jurisdiction over traffic/other violation cases. The town and village justice courts handle preliminary hearings and have jury trials in most cases.

Directory of Links and Resources to Access County, State or Federal Court Records Online

New York Civil and Divorce Court Records
Judgments, lawsuits, dissolution of marriage, civil court cases.

New York Criminal Court Records
Felony, misdemeanors and traffic violations.
New York District Court Records
Filings in my Supreme Courts.
Civil, family law cases and divorces, personal injury cases, lawsuits, estate planning and probate matters.
  • Appellate Courts
    Hears and determines appeals from the decisions of the trial Courts

  • Divorces in New York
    General information, free divorce forms with instructions, and related information

  • New York County Civil Branch
    Links to case information and records

  • Civil Trial Courts
    Supreme Courts, the Court of Claims, the Family Courts, the Surrogate’s Courts and, outside New York City, the County Courts

  • E Courts
    Supreme contains information on both Active and Disposed Civil Supreme Court cases in all 62 counties of New York State

  • New York Small Claims Courts
    Civil Court Information. Legal Information. Representing Yourself. Small Claims Arbitrators

  • New York Supreme Commercial Courts
    The Commercial Division handles complicated commercial cases as part of the Supreme Court of New York State

  • New York State Town and Village Courts
    Jurisdiction over a broad range of matters, including vehicle and traffic matters, small claims, evictions, civil matters and criminal offenses

  • Court Litigants
    court descriptions, addresses, phone numbers, directions to the courthouses, hours of operation, and other useful information

  • New York Judgments and Liens Search
    Access to information about cases in Local Civil Court in New York State and UCC searches

  • New York Bankruptcy Search
    Court locations, local rules, administrative orders and procedures

  • Office of Court Administration
    For administrative purposes, the sixty-two counties that make up the State of New York are divided into thirteen Judicial Districts and four Judicial Departments
Most criminal cases are started when a prosecutor, either a district attorney (who represents a county) or the attorney general (who represents the state), files a complaint with the court.
  • Criminal Trial Courts
    Criminal jurisdiction over misdemeanors and lesser offenses

  • E Courts
    View pending criminal cases in local and superior courts in 13 counties and summons cases for all of New York City

  • Criminal History Record Search
    Public records relating to open or pending and convictions of criminal cases originating from County/Supreme, City, Town and Village courts of all 62 counties

  • How To Access Records
    Inspection of records, administrative records and FOIL Appeals

  • New York Expungements
    Expunge your criminal past of felonies, misdemeanors, D.U.I convictions and more in the state of New York

The New York Supreme Courts have broad authority over civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party.
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