Our mailing address is the same as our physical address.
This court has jurisdiction over a broad range of matters, including vehicle and traffic matters, small claims, evictions, civil matters and criminal offenses. The Colonie Court is one of the busiest justice courts in the State processing nearly 28,000 cases annually.
Notice (UPDATED 6/17/2020)
All non-essential functions of the Town of Colonie Courts are postponed pending further notice
Regular Court Sessions are postponed until further notice due to the recent pandemic. Once the court is permitted to resume sessions, cases will be re-scheduled and notification of the new date will be sent. If you have a change of address and/or contact information, please submit this in writing to the Court.
If you have received a traffic summons or criminal appearance ticket and wish to retain private counsel, your attorney may contact the Court or submit a letter of representation.
If you have public defense or seek public defense, you may contact the Albany County Public Defenders Office at (518) 447-7150.
When reporting to the Courthouse, the following protocols are in place:
Pursuant to the Governor’s Executive Order 202.17, you must wear a mask or face covering while inside. Persons without such mask or face covering will not be permitted to enter.
Social distancing will apply. Seating and Courtroom capacity have been reduced to provide for minimum required physical separation.
If you have been diagnosed or close contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19, directed to quarantine/isolate at home, have traveled to another country in the last 14 days or are experiencing flu- like symptoms, YOU SHOULD NOT ENTER THE COURTHOUSE. Instead, contact your attorney immediately. If you do not have an attorney, please call the Court at (518) 783-2714.
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The Court has three Town Justices presiding over all Court proceedings, the Honorable Peter G. Crummey, the Honorable Andrew C. Sommers and the Honorable Norman C. Massry.
312 Wolf Road
Latham, NY 12110