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Parma Justice Court
Parma Town Hall
1300 Parma-Hilton Corners Road
Hilton, NY 14468
PHONE 585-392-9470, FAX 585-371-3975
parmatowncourt@nycourts.gov

Justice Court Office Hours:
Monday-Friday 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Honorable Michael A. Sciortino
Town Justice
Honorable Dan Barlow
Town Justice


Kathryn Dishong
Court Clerk
Samantha A. Testa
Deputy Court Clerk

Justice Court Calendar:

  • 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 6:00 PM: Arraignments, Town and Village matters/Municipal code violations, Civil Calendar (small claims, landlord/tenant).
  • 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 6:00 PM: Dispositions (Criminal and non-criminal), Attorney conferences. Traffic matters are heard after the criminal calendar, at approximately 7:00 PM.

To Pay Fines and Driver Suspension fees:

Fines may be paid with cash, credit card, money order, or certified bank check. Personal checks are NOT accepted. Credit cards may be used in person or online. The Court does not accept payment by phone.

To pay with a credit card online, see the links below. You must know the name of the Judge assigned to your case, your 8-digit case number, and the amount due. Contact the Court Clerk if you do not know this information.

PLC # a003x1, Judge Sciortino:
https://allpaid.com/payments#/plc-search/plc-details/a003x1

PLC # a003x2, Judge Barlow:
https://allpaid.com/payments#/plc-search/plc-details/a003x2

Call the Court for information about making partial payments or arranging a payment plan.

Small Claims:

Any person age 18 or older can file a civil complaint for monetary damages up to $3,000 in Small Claims Court. A lawyer is not required to file a small claims case. To bring a small claims case to Parma Town Court, the defendant (person being sued) must live, work, or have a place of business within the municipality of Parma. Please call the Court Clerk with any questions. To file a small claim, see the “Small Claims Form”.

Corporations, partnerships, LLCs, and assignees CANNOT file a case in Small Claims Court but they CAN be sued in Small Claims Court. For more information, see the Small Claims Handbook.

Traffic Tickets:

Ways to answer a traffic ticket (not to be used for misdemeanor charges):

A) Plead GUILTY by mail (Section A on your ticket) in writing. Print your name and current address, then date and sign the plea and return it to the court by mail, in person at the court office, or via the drop-box at the Town Hall building with a secured envelope. The Court will impose a fine and surcharge, and you will be notified of the amount by mail with payment instructions.

B) OR Plead NOT GUILTY by mail (Section B of your ticket) in writing. Print your name and current address, then date and sign the plea and return it to the court. You will be rescheduled for a conference with the Assistant District Attorney assigned to the Parma Town Court, and your new court date will be mailed to you.

C) OR Appear in person for arraignment on the court date stated on the face of your ticket.

If you do not have your original ticket but wish to enter a plea in writing, please use the Plea Form linked above and return it to the Court via e-mail, mail, drop-box, or in-person.

Parking Tickets:

Ways to answer a parking ticket:

A) Plead GUILTY by checking that box on your ticket, sign and date at the bottom, and fill out the information fields. Then return your plea to the Court by mail, in-person during office hours, or with a secured envelope via the drop-box at the Town Hall building. The amount of the fine is printed on the face of the ticket, and payment can be sent with your plea in the form of cash or money order/certified bank check (personal checks are not accepted). If payment is not sent with your plea or if you would like to pay online, the Court will send a fine notice with additional payment information to the address written on the ticket.

B) OR Plead NOT GUILTY by checking that box on your ticket, then sign, date, and fill out the information fields. Then return your plea to the Court by mail, in-person during office hours, or with a secured envelope via the drop-box. You will be rescheduled for a conference with the Village Attorney assigned to the Parma Town Court, and your new court date will be mailed to you.

C) OR Appear in person for arraignment on the court date stated on the face of your ticket.

For more court help, please visit: NYCOURTS.gov/courthelp/

When Appearing in Court:

  • Proper attire and decorum in the courtroom is required at all times.
  • No recording devices of any kind are allowed.
  • All persons and property are subject to search by the Court Officer Attendants Unit.

NO WEAPONS OF ANY KIND ARE PERMITTED IN THE PARMA TOWN HALL

 

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Parma Town Hall
1300 Hilton Parma Corners Rd.
P.O. Box 728
Hilton, NY 14468
585-392-9461 . Fax: 585-392-6659

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