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Glenville Town Court

Phone 518-688-1200 ext. 409
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Mailing Address Eighteen Glenridge Road, Glenville, NY 12302
Attorney Advertisement Thomas B. Mafrici 315-699-3095
Street Address 18 Glenridge Rd, Glenville, NY 12302
Fax 518-688-1468
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Glenville Town Court isn't too busy, but gets some cases from a few state highways including Route 5, Route 50, and Route 147. Okay, so the last time we were there it seemed a little busier. Go Glenville!
About the area
Nice town in the northwest corner of Schenectady county. The village of Scotia is in the southeast corner of the town. Nice stretch of Route 5 runs along the Mohawk River and the town has a number of parks, along with the Guan Ho Ha gun club.
Hours of Operation 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hon. Richard H. Moran, Sr. and Paul E. Davenport
Schenectady County District Attorney, with ADA Dean Riggi handling most cases including traffic matters. Dean is a great guy, with common sense, and easy to work with.
Type Of Cases Speeding tickets and other traffic from the state highways, along with some criminal cases including DWI.
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Old Comments about Glenville Town Court (hide)

Feb 14 2007 03:28:31: Actually, Mr. Englert has since retired.
Jan 27 2007 03:44:43: I hesitated about whether to publish the 1-10-07 comment. Judge Englert is a good guy and a good judge, and I completely disagree with that description of him. I have little experience with the Glenville PD, but suspect theyre not as bad as the commenter suggests. --Warren Redlich
Jan 11 2007 01:04:01: Not sure about town court, but traffic court is a ZOO- extremely busy! The Gpenville Police are also VERY agressive yet highly incompetent. Ive taken cases for traffic several times, and 9 times out of 10, theres a fatal flaw - cop forgot to sign ticket, cop forgot to provide supporting dep, cop forgot to sign ticket, etc. and Riggi is often one to accept defeat and let it slide, while the cop is itching to press it forward with a new ticket. Englert is very, very unfair, often outragreous in rulings. Migliore is warm, grandfather-like very pleasant, friendly, and open-minded.