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Tonawanda Town Court

Phone 716-876-5536 x371, 373
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Mailing Address Tonawanda Town Court
1835 Sheridan Drive, Kenmore, NY 14223-1269
Attorney Advertisement Law Office of Lorenzo Napolitano 585-325-4445
Street Address 1835 Sheridan Drive, Kenmore, NY 14223-1269
Fax 876-0324 (per comment)
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WWW Link http://www.tonawanda.ny.us/
About the area
A large town (nearly 80,000 people) with the large village of Kenmore in it. The City of Tonawanda is to the north of the town. I-190 and I-290 are in the Town.
Hours of Operation Mostly 9-4:30, plus 6-9 pm on Wednesdays.
Judges
Judge Caruso, Judge Gruber
Prosecutors
Erie DA for criminal. Troopers may handle their own tickets.
Type Of Cases Speeding tickets from the freeways, and a significant amount of criminal cases as will happen with a large town near a fairly large city.
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Old Comments about Tonawanda Town Court (hide)

Oct 31 2006 04:59:18: I havent seen any Troopers handling tickets in Tonawanda Town Court. Kevin Stocker in the Town Prosecutor and quite a nice guy. Although Judge Caruso allows them, Judge Gruber does not allow a Waiver of Appearance on vehicle and traffic matters so attorneys should have his or her client present. Like most of the Courts in Erie County the ADAs usually do not remain in one Court for very long. Expect a long wait for criminal matters.