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Online Court Resources
Resources for the for the Queens County Supreme Court - Civil Term as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in Queens County, New York, and resources applicable to all courts in New York.
Searching Case Records
Search Electronically Filed Case Records
Search electronically filed Supreme Court and Court of Claims case information by case identifier, party name, attorney name, or tax certiorari block and lot. Search can be narrowed by county and case type. Electronic filing is currently available for certain commercial, tort, and tax certiorari cases in participating counties, and in any case type in Broome and Erie Counties. Case information for The Court of Claims is currently available only for counties in the Albany District.
Criminal Case Records
Search criminal case records by case or summons number, defendant name, and county. Information is available for criminal courts in Bronx, Dutchess, Erie, Kings, Nassau, New York, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, and Westchester counties.
Supreme Court Civil Case Information
Search for Supreme Court civil case information by index number, party name, attorney name, or justice name.
Criminal History Records
View information about requesting criminal history records, including an application form, filing and pickup instructions, contacts, and answers to frequently asked questions.
Electronic Case Record Tracking
Register for free e-mail notification of activity in cases you select to be tracked. Service is availble for Supreme Court civil cases in all counties, some local civil courts, and criminal cases in 13 counties.
Case Records Requests
View information on requesting case records from the court clerk, including fees for copies, inspection for free at the clerk's office, and trial transcripts.
Dockets, calendars, and other information about court cases
Criminal Court Calendars
Search criminal court calendars by court location, date, court part or judge's last name. Information is available for criminal courts in Bronx, Dutchess, Erie, Kings, Nassau, New York, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, and Westchester counties.
Supreme Court Civil Calendar
Search Supreme Court civil calendar by county, part, justice, or date range.
Published opinions and orders
Queens County Supreme Court Decisions
Search Queens County Supreme Court opinions since 1999, compiled by the Queens County Law Library, by keyword or year. Includes links to other sources of court opinions.
Supreme Court Criminal Case Decisions
Search Supreme Court decisions in criminal cases since 2001 by keyword.
Supreme Court Civil Case Decisions
Search Supreme Court decisions in civil cases since 2001 by keyword.
Supreme Court Commercial Division Decisions
Search the Supreme Court Commercial Division Law Report summaries by keyword or by volume number and date. Summaries include a link to the text of the opinion. Only leading opinions are included.
Supreme Court Civil Case Documents
Search statewide Supreme Court civil decisions and orders by index number and county; includes a link to Supreme Court civil and criminal decision search by keyword in selected counties.
New York State Trial Court Decisions
Search published New York State trial court opinions and motions by name, decision date, court, docket number, judge, citation, or keywords. Not all trial court decisions are published.
Attorney General Legal Opinions
Search New York Attorney General legal opinions from 1995 to current.
Forms and related information
Queens County Supreme Court Forms
View and download a variety of forms for use in Queens County Supreme Court.
Queens County Supreme Court Civil Forms
View forms for use in Civil term, Queens County Supreme Court.
Online Forms and Filing Fee Information
View and download forms and view filing fees for various courts. Forms for statewide use include Family Court, Domestic Violence, Surrogate's Court, Matrimonial/Divorce, Criminal, Attorney-Client Fee Dispute, DWI Ignition Interlock, Name Change, Employment, Request for Judicial Intervention, Interview of Treating Physician, and Health Insurance. Some local court forms are included.
Domestic Violence Forms
View and download forms for use in domestic violence matters in courts issuing orders of protection.
Divorce and Matrimonial Forms
View and download forms and booklets for use in matrimonial and divorce matters, including divorce, general matrimonial, guardianship and child support. Multiple formats are available.
Use an interactive computer program to fill out forms for use in various courts. Forms are organized by case type, program/form name, and court.
Self help, legal research, general information
11th Judicial District Domestic Violence Courts
View information about criminal offenses between intimate partners in the 11th Judicial District.
11th Judicial District Drug Treatment Courts
View information about Drug Treatment Courts in the 11th Judicial District, which offer court-administered intervention programs as an alternative to criminal adjudications of drug related offenses.
11th Judicial District Mental Health Courts
View information about Mental Health Courts in the 11th Judicial District, which offer treatment-based programs as an alternative to criminal adjudications when mental health is the underlying cause of criminal activity.
11th Judicial District Veterans Courts
View information about Veterans Courts in the 11th Judicial District, which offer team-centered programs to address the needs of veterans involved in the criminal justice system as an alternative to criminal adjudications.
Queens County Supreme Court Civil Actions
View a guide on how to begin a civil action in Queens County Supreme Court Civil Term.
Queens County Law Library
View information about the Queens County Law Library, including how to request materials by e-mail or fax, library catalog, links to free and paid online research resources, a law library guidebook, and links to Queens Supreme Court information and decisions.
Queens County Supreme Court Civil Commitments Information
This department of the Queens County Supreme Court handles cases involving mentally ill persons, hospitalized or not, who need court orders to facilitate treatment.
Queens Supreme Court Guardianship Information
View information about guardianship and conservatorship cases, which are filed when both a person and his/her assets are in need of management in Queens Supreme Court.
Queens County Supreme Court Civil Court Help
View information about the Court Help Center in Queens County Supreme Court Civil Term, which provides assistance to people without a lawyer, including forms, guides, referrals to lawyers, computer terminals, and a Volunteer Law Clinic for Uncontested Divorces.
Queens County Supreme Court Civil Mediation
View information about the Matrimonial and Commercial Mediation programs in Queens County Supreme Court Civil Term.
Queens County Supreme Court Civil Term Divorce Information
View information about divorce in Queens County Supreme Court Civil Term, including the mediation program, answers to frequently asked questions, requirements for filing uncontested divorce papers, orders of protection, and income deduction orders.
Queens County Supreme Court Civil Term Foreclosure Office
View information about the foreclosure process in Queens County Supreme Court Civil Term.
Queens County Supreme Court Civil Term Rules
View the rules for Queens County Supreme Court Civil Term, including Part Rules for each Part, Commercial Division Rules, and electronic filing protocols.
Queens County Supreme Court Civil Term Motion Support
View information about motions in Queens County Supreme Court Civil Term, including answers to frequently asked questions.
Queens County Supreme Court Commercial Division
View information about the Supreme Court Commercial Division in Queens County, including rules, case assignment standards and affirmation, and alternative dispute resolution.
New York City Domestic Violence Information
View information about resources and court services for victims of domestic violence in New York City. Links are in the left column and include the Family Justice Center with links to resources, services, and court descriptions; and Victim Services with information about orders of protection and other protective services.
Small Claims Assessment Review (SCAR)
View information about a procedure that allows property owners to challenge the assessment on their property without going to court. Includes an overview of the procedure and downloadable petitions.
Rural Legal Resources
The Rural Law Center provides self-help guides, forms, and samples geared toward low-income rural residents. Topics include going to court, service of court papers, small claims, family matters, housing, and mediation.
View information about divorce and related issues in New York, including divorce mediation, forms, county-specific information, domestic violence, answers to frequently asked questions, and a link to a video about the divorce process.
View information about foreclosure settlement conferences and other resources for homeowners facing foreclosure.
Orders of Protection
View information about Orders of Protection, which can help keep someone from harming you. Includes the difference between Supreme Court, Family Court, and criminal courts Orders of Protection, what you can do if someone violates an Order of Protection, and additional information about Domestic Violence.
Guardianship and Fiduciary Information
View information for court-appointed guardians and other types of fiduciaries such as attorneys for incapacitated persons, guardians ad litem, receivers, and law guardians for children. Training resources, laws, forms, summaries of relevant cases, and a Guardian ad Litem Manual are included.
The New York Office of the Attorney General offers a downloadable publication about tenants' rights.
New York State Adoption Records Search
View information on searching New York State adoption records, including Adoption Information Registry forms.
Office of Court Administration
Contact information and a description of the services provided by the office. A toll-free number for court-related questions is also available.
New York Laws
Search and browse the laws of New York State: Consolidated Laws, Unconsolidated Laws, Court Acts, Senate and Assembly Rules, the Constitution of New York, and the New York City Charter and Administrative Code.
View a variety of resources for litigants in New York courts, including a Criminal Justice System Handbook, Landlord-Tenant Trial Guides, transcription and interpreting services, a Guide to Court Services, and more.
View and download publications and videos about a variety of legal topics, including alternative dispute resolution, courts, family law, housing issues, self-representation, and many others.
Legal Information and Legal Resources
Legal information is organized by topic and includes Housing, Landlord-Tenant, Family, Child Support, Juvenile, Consumer, Probate, Individual Rights, and other legal issues. Legal resources include information about the courts and community services.
View information about going to court, the court system, how to get help, how to find the correct court, information about various legal topics, a court locator, a glossary of legal terms, a link to forms, and locations of local help centers.
Law Library Information
View locations of county law libraries, library services including an online catalog of trial court law libraries, glossaries of legal terms, and links to additional online resources.
Definitions of Common Legal Terms
A glossary of general legal and divorce terms.
Including disability and language accommodations, interpreters, and other court services.
Child Support Services
The New York State Division of Child Support Enforcement offers information and services relation to child support, including paternity establishment and enforcement of child support orders.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
The Office of Alternative Dispute Resolution provides a list of alternative dispute resolution court based programs, information about ADR, and links to private ADR organizations and other resources.
Traffic Ticket and Motor Vehicle Information
View information from the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles about driver licensing, registration, insurance, and driving records. Click "TICKETS, POINTS & PENALTIES" near the middle of the menu bar for detailed information about traffic tickets, including online fine payment and pleas, points, penalties, license suspensions, parking tickets, and the Point and Insurance Reduction Program that allows some offenders to reduce points and insurance premiums by taking a classroom or online safe driving course.
Trial Court Rules
Court rules are organized by court type and title.
Legal aid, free services, lawyer referral
Queens Legal Aid
Contact the Queens office of The Legal Aid Society for free legal help for low-income residents.
Queens Legal Assistance for Seniors
View information about the Jewish Association for Services for the Aged's legal services for the elderly in Queens, which provides free civil legal services in the areas of housing, guardianship, benefits, and elder abuse.
Queens Volunteer Lawyers
View information about the Queens County Bar Association's Volunteer Lawyers Project, which provides free civil legal assistance to low-income residents in the areas of housing, family law, consumer issues, and wills.
Queens Legal Services
Contact Queens Legal Services for free civil legal help for low-income residents.
Queens Legal Organizations
View the Queens Law Library's list of legal organizations that can provide legal services or referral to a lawyer.
LGBT Lawyer Referral and Legal Assistance
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Law Association of Greater New York offers a lawyer referral service by phone or e-mail, free legal clinics, and an online Legal Resource Center with links to a resource guide and various legal topics.
New York City Lawyer Referral
Request a referral to an attorney from the New York City Bar Association online or by phone.
Legal Assistance for Women
View information about Her Justice, which provides free legal help for low-income women in New York City involved in domestic violence, divorce, child custody and visitation, child or spousal support, and immigration cases.
New York City Legal Services
View locations and types of services provided for free to low-income residents by Legal Services NYC.
New York Legal Assistance Group
Contact the New York Legal Assistance Group for free civil legal help for low-income residents of New York City and Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester Counties.
New York City Legal Help
View information about MFY Legal Services, which provides free civil legal assistance to low-income residents of New York City with housing, consumer, employment, mental health, elder, foreclosure, caregiving, and public benefits issues.
Legal Services for Workers
View information about the Worker Justice Center of New York, which provides free employment law help for low-income workers.
Rural Law Center Legal Help
View contact information for the Rural Law Center, or complete and submit an online form, to request legal assistance for low-income rural residents.
The New York Office of the Attorney General offers information about consumer frauds including auto, computer, credit, foreclosure, identity theft, investing and more. Tips to avoid fraud, a consumer hotline, instructions for filing complaints and complaint forms are included. Links are in the right column.
New York State Attorney Search
Search for a lawyer in New York State by name.
New York State Bar Association Lawyer Referral
Request a lawyer referral by county from the New York State Bar Association. Referral is free; there may be a fee for an initial consultation with a lawyer.
New York State Public Defenders and Family Court Parent Representatives
View a list of all Public Defender offices by county, and Family Court parent representatives, provided by the New York State Defenders Association.
Information about Attorneys
Including information about Client Rights and Responsibilities, the Attorney Grievance Committee and Attorney-Client Fee Dispute Resolution.
Find Free Legal Assistance
Search a directory of organizations offering free legal services to eligible clients by location and legal issue.
View a directory of Women's Bar Association of New York members.