TYRE TOWN JUSTICE COURT – IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Due to COVID-19 protocols, effective 02-22-21, the Tyre Town Court will be hearing some cases in person and some virtually.
Any Criminal matters will be handled virtually or adjourned (by mail) to a future date.
Civil matters will be adjourned to a future date.
Summary Proceedings and Evictions will be heard by the Special COVID Intervention Part (SCIP) of the Seneca County Court, with paperwork to be completed at Tyre Town Court office.
Traffic matters will be handled by mail with the following options:
You may plead “guilty as charged” by mail and the Judge will set the fine and send a notice to you.
You may plead “not guilty” and request a bench trial – this will be adjourned to a future date.
You may plead “not guilty” and communicate with the Seneca County District Attorney by mail concerning an alternate disposition. The District Attorney will not be holding in-person conferences regarding routine traffic matters. Your “not guilty” plea must be sent to the Court.
To request a reduction of the charges, go to:
www.co.seneca.ny.us/gov/safety/district-attorney/infractions, print the form, complete it, and return it to the DA’s Office along with the additional documents indicated.
Seneca County District Attorney’s Office
44 W. Williams St STOP 2
Waterloo, NY 13165
FAX 315 539 0531
The District Attorney will send a reduction offer to you. If it is acceptable, sign it and return
it to the Tyre Town Court.
You have the right to be represented by an attorney at each and every step of your case and may request an adjournment to retain an attorney at any time.
The Court may be contacted by mail: Tyre Town Court 1082 Gravel Road, Seneca Falls, NY 13148
Phone: (315) 835-0043 ( if unavailable , please leave a message and we will get back to you. Please do NOT call the Town of Tyre, as they are a separate entity.)
or email: email@example.com
Please include your Name, date of birth and phone number and we will contact you as soon as possible.
Thank you for your understanding during these extraordinary times.