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Hillburn Village Court

Phone 845-357-2036
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Mailing Address Hillburn Village Court
Thirty-One Mountain Avenue, Hillburn, NY 10931
William J. Wolfe
Street Address 31 Mountain Avenue, Hillburn, NY 10931
Email info@hillburn.org
Fax 357-4933
WWW Link http://www.hillburn.org/
About the area
In 1943, the then future Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall won a school desegregation case in Hillburn. The village website's "about" page makes some rather egotistical comments about how special the village is. We at town-court.com think many other villages also maintain basic human values, as well as rich cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Apparently the village of Hillburn's website author lacks some humility. :-)
Judges
Hon. Brian Nugent and Karen Riley are the king and queen of this castle.
Prosecutors
Although the village has their own attorney, the Rockland County DA's office prosecutes criminal matters.
Type Of Cases Speeding tickets from I-87 and Route 17. Parking & traffic violations, civil and criminal cases, and small claims.
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Old Comments about Hillburn Village Court (hide)

Aug 17 2011 11:24:54: Information in inaccurate for this court. Neither judge listed is in office.
Apr 28 2010 23:57:14: Why does it take 7 months to send information regarding a traffic violation, which didn't even include the requested supporting deposition, and then you only give 3 days notice to appear in court????