Courts in Cayuga County, New York

There are 28 Courts in Cayuga County, New York, serving a population of 78,319 people in an area of 692 square miles. There is 1 Court per 2,797 people, and 1 Court per 24 square miles.

In New York, Cayuga County is ranked 21st of 62 counties in Courts per capita, and 12th of 62 counties in Courts per square mile.

List of Cayuga County Courts

Find Cayuga 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.

Auburn City Court 157 Genesee Street Auburn, NY

Aurelius Town Court 1241 West Genesee Street Road Auburn, NY

Brutus Town Court 9021 North Seneca Street Weedsport, NY

Cato Town Court 11320 Shortcut Road Cato, NY

Cayuga County Court 152 Genesee Street Auburn, NY

Conquest Town Court 1289 Fuller Road Port Byron, NY

Fleming Town Court 2433 Dublin Road Auburn, NY

Genoa Town Court 1000 Bartnick Road Genoa, NY

Ira Town Court 2487 West Main Street Cato, NY

Ledyard Town Court 1099 Poplar Ridge Road Aurora, NY

Locke Town Court 900 Main Street Locke, NY

Mentz Town Court 14 Mentz Drive Port Byron, NY

Meridian Village Court 11320 Shortcut Road Cato, NY

Montezuma Town Court 8102 Dock Street Montezuma, NY

Moravia Town Court 139 Main Street Moravia, NY

Moravia Village Court 49 West Cayuga Street Moravia, NY

Niles Town Court 5921 New Hope Road Moravia, NY

Owasco Town Court 2 Bristol Avenue Auburn, NY

Port Byron Village Court 52 Utica Street Port Byron, NY

Scipio Town Court 3705 Route 34 Scipio Center, NY

Sempronius Town Court 2274 Route 41A Moravia, NY

Sennett Town Court 6931 Cherry Street Road Auburn, NY

Springport Town Court 859 Route 326 Cayuga, NY

Sterling Town Court 1290 Route 104A Sterling, NY

Summerhill Town Court 13606 Route 90 Locke, NY

Throop Town Court 7471 Robinson Road Auburn, NY

Venice Town Court 2479 Route 34 Scipio Center, NY

Weedsport Village Court 8892 South Street Weedsport, NY

About Cayuga County Courts

Courts in Cayuga County, NY are government institutions that resolve legal disputes in accordance with local Cayuga County and New York law and are housed in Cayuga County courthouses. Courts are divided into Criminal Courts and Civil Courts. In Cayuga County Criminal Courts, the government prosecutes a case against parties accused of breaking the law. In Cayuga County Civil Courts the Court resolves disputes between citizens.

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Cayuga County Jury Duty Requirements
Convicted Felons DisqualifiedYes
English RequiredYes
Residency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 Day
Minimum Age18
Time Since Prior Jury Service6-10 years