Richland Town Court
Note that there is also a <a href="http://www.town-court.com/getTownCourt.php?courtID=730">Pulaski Village Court</a> in the town. This court reflects an organized environment. The staff of the court cooperates well and gives precise information in person and also on phone. The court looks very busy but cases move swiftly.
ABOUT THE AREA
On I-81, and containing the Village of Pulaski, the Town of Richland was formed from Williamstown and will mark its Two Hundredth Anniversary on 20 February 2007. It has architectural treasure such as Salmon River Light Station (constructed in 1838) several churches dating back to 18th and 19th Century. Richland is also considered as recreational retreat with its several famous camping spots and Selkirk Shores State Park.
Honorable Justice Amy M Pastuf, and we hear there is a Judge Ridgeway too.
ADA Thomas Christopher, Telephone: 315-349-3200, Fax: 315-349-3212
TYPE OF CASES
A busy court which normally deals with speeding cases from Route 81, plus driving under intoxication matters. Other cases filed are in respect of Criminal and Civil in nature.