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Beekmantown Town Court

Phone (518) 563-9930
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Mailing Address Beekmantown Town Court
571 Spellman Road, West Chazy, NY 12992
Attorney Advertisement Warren Redlich (888) 752-3383
Street Address 571 Spellman Road, West Chazy, NY 12992
Fax 562-0294 (per DA website)
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Comments
Not an extremely busy court, though it receives it’s fair share of speeding tickets from the nearby route 22. The jury pool here is rumored to be more fair to DWI defendants.
About the area
Beekmantown is a small town of about 5000 people adjacent to the City of Plattsburgh. Mostly middle-income families live here including many teachers who are employed at the well-funded middle and high school. The eastern edge of the town borders Lake Champlain and includes Point Au Roche State Park.
Judges
Honorable D. Russell Lawliss, Honorable Joseph L. Marcil
Prosecutors
Clinton County DA: Andrew Wiley
Type Of Cases Speeding tickets from I-87 (Northway), Domestic cases, and a substantial number of DWI cases.
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Old Comments about Beekmantown Town Court (hide)

Jan 08 2008 23:20:17: State police were very professional, but the town court itself took far to long to get anything done. Very dissatisfied with how case was handled and how little court informed me of proceedings.