SLEEPY HOLLOW VILLAGE COURT
Sleepy Hollow Justice Court
28 Beekman Avenue, Sleepy Hollow NY 10591
Phone: 914-631-2783 Fax: 914-631-2438
Andres Valdespino, Village Justice/ Esq. Judge
Alfred Farella Acting Justice
Michelle McLean Assistant Court Clerk
Larry Cassidy, Clerk
This court has jurisdiction over crimes, traffic violations, small claims matters and landlord/tenant matters. The Court schedule is as follows:
Criminal Court: Every Monday at 3:00 p.m.
Traffic Court: Every Monday at 4:30 p.m
Traffic Trials: Second Thursday of the month at 4:30 p.m.
Civil/Small Claims: Second Thursday of the month at 5:00 p.m
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm
New York DMV doesn’t care how many miles a year you drive. The Sunday driver gets the same point allotment that a taxi driver receives. The Driver Responsibility Assessment is another surcharge on individuals who operate vehicles in N.Y. Now, if you are unlucky enough to have been found guilty of at least six points, all issued within the same 18 months, there is a DMV surcharge of $300.00 payable at once or at the rate of $100.00 annually. Failure to pay will result in a suspension of your license to operate in New York State. This applies to out of state motorists as well. To add insult to injury, there is an additional charge of $25.00 per year for each of three years for each point exceeding six. For example, if one were to accumulate ten points, the annual surcharge would be $200 or $600 over the three years. Taking the Driver Safety Course does not result in a reduction of the surcharge.
Mr. Dee a Sleepy Hollow traffic ticket Attorney represents people charged with speeding and other traffic ticket violations and criminal offenses like DWI, AUO, (Aggravated Unlicensed Operation which means driving while knowing your license is suspended.), Operating a vehicle with a suspended registration (i. e., insurance cancelled), Vehicular Homicide or Manslaughter, and other criminal violations of New York’s Vehicle and Traffic Law. Harold Dee understands the legal system and employs his knowledge and skills in order to present the right arguments and defenses on your behalf.
Appropriate attire is required while attending court. Defendants in
criminal matters will have their cases adjourned if they are not
appropriately dressed. Cell phones must be turned off. Ringing phones will be confiscated by the Court Officer and returned at a later date. Infants and children who are disruptive may be asked to leave the courtroom. No food or drink permitted.