Find Rockland County New York courts and courthouses, such as federal, state, district, superior, criminal, common, circuit, judicial, judiciary, divorce, appeals, family, traffic, and small claims courts. Courts provide information on legal cases, law documents, case searches, and appeals.
Airmont Village Court 321 Route 59 Airmont NY 10982 845-357-3980
Chestnut Ridge Village Court 277 Old Nyack Turnpike Spring Valley NY 10977 845-425-3108
Clarkstown Town Court 20 Maple Avenue New City NY 10956 845-639-5970
Grand View-On-Hudson Village Court 118 River Road Nyack NY 10960 845-358-5078
Haverstraw Town Court 1 Rosman Road Thiells NY 10923 845-947-0020
Haverstraw Village Court 40 New Main Street Haverstraw NY 10927 845-947-4063
Hillburn Village Court 31 Mountain Avenue Hillburn NY 10931 845-357-2036
New Square Village Court 766 North Main Street Spring Valley NY 10977 845-354-7555
Nyack Village Court 9 North Broadway Nyack NY 10960 845-358-4464
Orangetown Town Court 26 West Orangeburg Road Orangeburg NY 10962 845-359-5100
Piermont Village Court 478 Piermont Avenue Piermont NY 10968 845-359-1258
Ramapo Town Court 237 Route 59 Suffern NY 10901 845-357-5100
Rockland County Court 1 South Main Street New City NY 10956 845-638-5363
Rockland County Supreme Court 1 South Main Street New City NY 10956 845-483-8300
Sloatsburg Village Court 96 Orange Turnpike Sloatsburg NY 10974 845-753-5506
South Nyack Village Court 90 Depot Place Nyack NY 10960 845-358-5078
Spring Valley Village Court 200 North Main Street Spring Valley NY 10977 845-573-5820
Stony Point Town Court 6 Patriot Hills Lane Stony Point NY 10980 845-786-2506
Suffern Village Court 61 Washington Avenue Suffern NY 10901 845-357-6424
Upper Nyack Village Court 328 North Broadway Nyack NY 10960 845-358-0202
A court is a means of dispute resolution, judgment, or adjudication. A court's responsibilities include criminal, administrative, and civil matters. Types of courts include federal, state, district, superior, common, circuit, judicial, divorce, probate, appeals, traffic, family, and small claims. When a court hears a case, it tasks each side with providing evidence to support their claims. A judge and jury look at the evidence and supporting law to reach a decision regarding the case.
Courts are found everywhere from small towns to major cities. Each state and federal jurisdiction in the U.S. has its own courts. All of these lower courts are under the final jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. Federal courts are divided into trial courts and administrative courts, and state courts are divided into county courts and appellate courts in accordance with local laws.