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Indian Lake Town Court

Phone (518) 648-6226
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Mailing Address P.O. Box 730, Indian Lake, NY 12842
Attorney Advertisement Warren Redlich (888) 752-3383
Street Address 5 Pelon Road, Indian Lake, NY 12842
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While you're in Indian Lake, check out their Adirondack Museum and the Indian Lake Museum, they're pretty nice. The town is the self-proclaimed "Moose Capital of New York", so watch out while on the roads, moose are fairly dimwitted critters and don't like to move aside for cars!
About the area
Indian Lake is a great vacation area inside the Adirondack. It has any sort of tourist attraction you can think of, especially outdoor activities like hiking and camping. As such, it's hugely popular with vacationers and anyone who likes to get outside.
Justices Thomas Atwell and Vaun Lanphear
DA of Hamilton County
Type Of Cases Like the rest of the county, mostly outdoor-sporting offences. Of course they also get the DWI cases and speeding tickets.
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Old Comments about Indian Lake Town Court (hide)

Jan 13 2010 00:10:12: Be Very Care full of this place. They know how to harass you! They accused me of a DWI, and all sorts of stuff. In the end i was innocent...PROVEN INNOCENT
Mar 11 2008 01:24:45: Careful. This is a small, small town. As a matter of fact I think the judge, the administrative people, and even the lawyers do this as a part-time hobby. They, in some cases actually charge you more for the processing of the ticket, then they do for the ticket itself! And they will not let you send a check! Has to be certified check or money order! Can you spell "embezzlement" [Editor's Note: Many town courts in NY are part-time. This is not unusual. Also, most courts require certified check or money order. Also, my guess is that if the surcharge was higher than the fine, the Judge was nice in only assessing a low fine. The surcharge is mandatory. This does not sound like embezzlement.]