Queens County New York Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2052)Queens County Courts
Queens County Criminal Court12501 Queens BoulevardKew GardensNY11415718-298-0792
Queens County Courts
Queens County Supreme Court I25-10 Court SquareLong Island CityNY11101718-520-3933
Queens County Supreme Court II12501 Queens BoulevardKew GardensNY11415718-298-1400
Queens North Traffic Violations Bureau2500 Whitestone ExpresswayFlushingNY11354718-488-5710
Queens South Traffic Violations Bureau168-35 Rockaway BoulevardJamaicaNY11434
Queens County Department of Justice
New York New York Department of Justice1 Cross Island PlazaRosedaleNY11422718-723-6361
Queens County District Attorney Office
Queens County District Attorney125-01 Queens BoulevardKew GardensNY11415718-286-6300
Queens County DMVs
Queens County Flushing DMV Office30-56 Whitestone ExpresswayFlushingNY11354718-966-6155
Queens County Jamaica DMV Office168-46 91st AvenueJamaicaNY11432718-966-6155
Queens County Springfield Gardens DMV Office168-35 Rockaway BoulevardJamaicaNY11434718-966-6155
Queens County Court Records Databases
Queens County Accident Reports
Queens County Child Support Warrants
Queens County Court Records
Queens County Criminal Records
Queens County Probate Records
Queens County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Queens County Court Jury Duty Information
Queens County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesNY
Queens County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesNY
Queens County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayNY
Queens County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18NY
Queens County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service6-10 yearsNY

How to Search For Court Records in Queens County New York

If you are looking for court records in Queens County New York, you’re in luck. You can search online or call the Clerk’s office at (718) 298-0612 to access this vital resource. You can also visit the website of the NYS court system to find a list of courts in Queens County. However, you should be aware that there are certain requirements to view court records online.

If you want to search for court records in Queens County, you should visit the Queens County Clerk’s Office. You’ll find that the clerk’s office provides public information for cases in the county. You can also download documents or view court transcripts. In addition, you can view the status of cases, track cases and obtain case files from this online source. In addition, UniCourt also provides legal help for residents.

When searching for court records in Queens County, you should note that this office is located in the city of Queens, New York. The office is open from 2:00 p.m. to 5 pm, Monday to Friday. You can view criminal and civil court cases by docket number, party name, and date of arrest. You can also get an overview of the county calendars. For more information, you should check out the website of the court.

There are a number of ways to search Queens County court records. You can use an index number, or search by first and last name to find out if an individual has filed a case in a particular jurisdiction. You can also search for criminal cases by name and address, if you are interested in finding out about a particular court case in Queens. You can also look up the criminal and civil case history of an individual by their full name or address.

If you’re searching for court records in Queens County, you may need to pay for the records. The courthouse is located in the town of Mineola, which has the highest population density in the state. The town of North Hempstead was one of the smallest cities in the state, and is the largest in the country. While the town of Hempstead is located in the city of Queens, it was also the largest in size.

The Queens Public Library’s website hosts an extensive collection of historic newspapers. If you need to search for a particular newspaper, you may find a copy in the county’s archive. Another option is to look for a newspaper online. These are both available in the online and the printed version. It is important to note that, in addition to these two options, there are other services that provide records in Queens County, New York.