Court

Court Clerk:

Kim Reitz

Court Location: 132 Main Street, Leicester, New York 14481
Mailing Address: PO Box 226, Leicester, New York 14481
Phone: 585-382-9419
Fax: 585-382-9753

Email: CourtClerk@townofleicester.org

   kreitz@nycourts.gov

*The court office will be CLOSED Thursday, November 24th and Friday November 25th

*The court office will re-open on Monday, November 28th at 8am

*The court office will be CLOSED Monday, December 26th

*The court office will re-open on Wednesday, December 28th at 8am

*There will be NO COURT held in the month of December

Office Hours: 

Monday – 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

Tuesday – Closed

Wednesday – 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Thursday – 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

Friday – Court clerk hours 8:00 am - 3:00 pm. (The court office and Town Hall are closed)

Court Hours: Court ADA night is the Second Wednesday of each month at 5:00 p.m. Civil cases are handled per case. Contact the court for further information on scheduling a civil matter.

 

If you are looking for a potential reduction or wish to handle this matter via US mail, please email the District Attorney at lcda@co.livingston.ny.us or call the District Attorney’s office directly at 585-243-7020

Justices
Henry C. Smith

Daniel R. Koch

Clerk
Kim Reitz

 

Assistant District Attorney Justin Hill handles Leicester Town Court. He may be reached at 585-243-7020, Livingston County DA’s Office, 2 Court St., Geneseo, NY. 14454 or JHill@co.livingston.ny.us

 

Adjournments may be granted with good cause by contacting the court prior to the court date

Plea By Mail by signing and dating Part A (guilty) or Part B (not guilty) on the right side of your traffic ticket and mail to the court. The court will respond accordingly. You must appear in person for any Misdemeanor charges.

 

Plea In Person by appearing before the Judge at the time designated on your traffic ticket. You may also drop off your plea during office hours. A fine letter or new court date would be mailed to you.

 

Bench or Jury Trials are scheduled by the Court upon request to the Judge.

 

Payment of Fines may be made with cash, money order, certified check or debit/credit card. No personal checks. Upon request, extra time may be given for payment.