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Durham Town Court

Phone (518) 239-8260
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Mailing Address 7309 Rt. 81, East Durham, NY 12423-1152
Attorney Advertisement Warren Redlich (888) 752-3383
Street Address 7309 NY-81, East Durham, NY 12423
Email durhamcourt@durhamny.com
Fax 239 6389
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WWW Link http://www.durhamny.com/
Comments
Charlene S. Hull
Not much connection between this rural upstate NY court and the much busier Durham County Court (in North Carolina).
About the area
There is a large Irish population in Durham and especially East Durham, which hosts an annual Irish festival and Irish step dancing competitions. Route 145 runs through town carrying the rather small volume of traffic from Catskill to Middleburgh.
Hours of Operation Court is in session on Mondays at 7 pm. Clerk is in MT 9-11 am.
Judges
Karen Terpak 239 4209 (through 2013); Raymond Kennedy 622 5976 (2011)
Prosecutors
Danielle D. McIntosh appears to be the ADA as of this writing (12/2010).
Type Of Cases Speeding tickets on Route 145 running from Cairo into Schoharie County, but really not a lot going on here.
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Old Comments about Durham Town Court (hide)

Feb 14 2010 06:53:27: i feel the court should give damon murray a second chance he is seeking help putting him in jail wont resolve anything him knowing that he needs help should be enough he has family that will support him we want him home soon