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5 THINGS TO DO BEFORE SURRENDERING FOR ARREST

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If the police have contacted you and informed you that you are going to be arrested, there are two ways you can react.  You can get upset or you can consider yourself fortunate.  The truth is, most people don’t leave their homes thinking they will be arrested at some point during the day.  Having that information beforehand can be very helpful.  While getting arrested sucks, knowing you are going to get arrested is better than not knowing.  You can plan in ways that most people who are arrested can not.  Below are five tips that can be helpful given the cards that you have been dealt.

 

1) GET YOUR AFFAIRS IN ORDER PRIOR TO YOUR ARREST!

One of the worst parts of being put in jail is the fact that you will go MIA.  Many people will not know where you are.  If you are arrested without warning, you can spend at least a day or two in jail without warning.  If you know beforehand, you can work on getting your affairs in order.  Call your job and let them know you will be out or away.  Arrange for child care.  Arrange for your car to be put somewhere safe.  Pay any bills or other items that may be due during that time.  Basically, you should schedule your affairs in advance as if you are going on a short vacation.  Often, when people are arrested, they will be released pending trial or on bail.  If you will need to get bailed out, start calling people and making arrangements for bail.  In many jurisdictions, making bail arrangements prior to an arraignment can lead to your being released quicker.  Also try to get your inmate booking number and give it to your family and friends so that they can find out when you will be going to court.  It is also helpful to get the telephone number to the court, police department, and/or booking facility to your family and/or friends.  This will save time that will otherwise be spent on inmate search engines and looking for central booking sites for the number to a central booking facility.

 

2) EAT SOME FOOD BEFORE SURRENDERING…

If you have been charged with a crime and a Police Officer informs you that you have to surrender yourself, the last thing you are going to be worried about is eating.  In fact, most people will lose their appetites.  This is a serious mistake.  Just like the people that push the propaganda about how breakfast is the most important meal of the day, the meal you eat prior to getting arrested will often be quite important.  In some cases, you may not have access to food after being arrested for quite some time.  In other situations, you may get access to something that others are calling food, but that you would rather not eat.  Either way, what you eat before arrest will have a great impact on your jail experience for the first couple of hours or even the first day or two.  Avoid spicy foods and/or foods that do not agree with you.  If you are getting arrested, it is not the time to go eat spicy Indian food or Mexican food, especially if those items do not agree with you.  You know what is worse than having your stomach turning in knots?  Having to sit on the toilet with 10 or 20 strangers in an open room while they become increasingly angry about your inability to stop your meal from revisiting you in a holding cell.



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3) ARRANGE TO BE ABLE TO USE A PHONE

You can not assume you will have access to a phone.  While you may wish to avoid people, sometimes, when you have been arrested, there is a pay phone in a cell.  In such cases, it is helpful to have a phone card that allows you to call a 1800 number instead of using coins.  Do not assume that there will be a phone.  Do not assume that if there is a phone, you will be able to use quarters or other change.  Often, the phone is full or broken.  Your best way of possibly being able to make calls is to bring some change like a roll of quarters (which may be taken from you) and a prepaid phone card.  Also be aware that you may be put under duress because you have a phone card and people may ask you to use it.  This can be very uncomfortable and in some cases dangerous.  Getting a couple in small denominations is helpful.

 

4) WEAR COMFORTABLE CLOTHING

This is where knowing you are getting arrested before it happens can really be useful.  You may have to sit in your clothing for several days.  You also don’t know what you are going to encounter as far as temperature and conditions.  You may find yourself in a freezing room in the summer or in a hot room in the winter.  You may have to sleep on a floor or hard bench, or spending long periods of time sitting or laying on either.  You may want to dress in layers.  A top shirt or layer may double as a pillow or ground cloth.  Make sure your shoes are comfortable.  Also make sure that you look as nice as you can.  After all, at some point you will see a Judge who does not know you and will be making serious decisions about your life and freedom.  You may want to look the best you can.  You will also want to balance that with the fact that you may not see that Judge for a day or two and you will be in the same clothes.

5) SECURE YOUR VALUABLES

Jail is not the time to wear your fancy watch or to show off.  Often, the police will take your stuff for safe keeping.  If you do have a situation where they take items from you, try to make sure they are vouchered and that you get a receipt.  However, the best advice is, leave your valuables at home.

 

5) FIND AN ATTORNEY

If it is possible and you can afford one, you should hire an attorney before speaking to the police.  You have the right to remain silent.  It is not just a right, it is a really good idea.  Despite your inner voice telling you that you have nothing to hide, you should not speak to anyone unless you have an attorney present.  Speak to friends and family and ask for referrals for an attorney.  Attorneys who work on other types of matters for you are also a great source of referrals for a criminal attorney.  Just because your lawyer is a family lawyer, divorce attorney, immigration lawyer or personal injury lawyer does not mean that he or she does not know a good criminal lawyer!  Call people you trust and have them help you find an attorney.



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Suffolk County Arraignments

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Are you looking for someone arrested in Suffolk County?

Suffolk County is a big place.  If you are trying to find a person who was arrested in Suffolk, you may want to call the police station nearest to where in Suffolk County the person was arrested.  When a person is arrested in Suffolk County, they are taken to one of the following places:

  • A Suffolk County Police Precinct
  • A Village Police Department
  • An East End Town Police Department

Even if someone is arrested by a Village Police Department, that person will usually be taken to the Suffolk County Police Department (SCPD) for additional processing.

Click Here for a list of Police precincts in Suffolk County (SCPD Addresses).

Click Here for a list of phone numbers to SCPD Precincts.

Click here for a list of Criminal Courthouses in Suffolk County and to find the address of a Court in Suffolk.



In New York City, people who arrested go from the Police Station to Central Booking. In Suffolk County, there is no Central Booking. However, the person should still be arraigned at the Courthouse within 24 hours of arrest.  However, unlike New York City, where there can be a huge backlog of people being processed, a Suffolk County defendant can be processed and arraigned pretty quickly, many times in the same day and within hours.  Unlike arraignments in New York City, which go from the morning until 1am, arraignments in Nassau and Suffolk go until 5pm.  A person arrested is arraigned in the District Court Arraignment part.

What is an Arraignment?
An arraignment is when someone who has been arrested sees a Judge to enter a plea. At the arraignment the Court will also set a bail. In some cases, no bail is set. In Suffolk County, after someone is arrested, that person is often interviewed by the Department of Probation. The Suffolk County Department of Probation will then make a recommendation regarding the need for a bail to the Court based upon the interview with the person arrested. The person’s lawyer will make what is called a bail argument.  Please note that sometimes in Suffolk County, people are arraigned without an attorney representing them.

In Suffolk County, the District Court Arraignments take place seven days a week in Courtroom D-11. Each day, arraignments in Suffolk County start at 9:30.

Looking for Court Information?
Suffolk County District Court has a recorded information phone number.  The Suffolk County Court Number is a good starting point for finding information relating to a Suffolk County Criminal Case or Suffolk County Arraignment.  The number is 631-853-7500.

Click Here for Suffolk County Criminal Court FAQ Page (Unified Court System)

Click Here for Information on vacating a warrant in Suffolk County (Unified Court System)

Additional Information:

The Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office has a great resource page for people who want to learn more about the criminal arrest, booking, arraignment, and indictment processes in Suffolk County.  CLICK HERE to go to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s website/webpage on criminal justice procedures.

CLICK HERE to find People Wanted in Suffolk County (Suffolk County’s Most Wanted)

Arrest of Non-Citizens-Arrest of Immigrants in Suffolk County

Below is a link to Suffolk County Police Department communications regarding the arrest of non U.S. Citizens and persons with dual citizenship.

CLICK HERE for the Suffolk County Police Department Policy on the arrest of Non-citizens/arrest of immigrants in Suffolk County.

Address of Suffolk County District Court:

First District Court, Suffolk County

400 Carleton Avenue, Central Islip, N.Y.

Criminal Arraignments: Courtroom D-11

Suffolk County Police Department Numbers

SCPD General Phone Numbers
1st Precinct 555 Route 109, West Babylon 854-8100
2nd Precinct 1071 Park Ave, Huntington 854-8200
3rd Precinct 1630 5th Ave, Bay Shore 854-8300
4th Precinct 345 Old Willets Path, Hauppauge 854-8400
5th Precinct 125 Waverly Ave, Patchogue 854-8500
6th Precinct Route 25 / Middle Country Rd, Coram 854-8600
7th Precinct 1419 William Floyd Parkway, Shirley 852-8700

Suffolk County Jail Information:

CLICK Here for information on Suffolk County Jail from Suffolk County Sheriff (Riverhead Jail)

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*THIS SITE IS RUN BY A CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY NEW YORK CITY AND NOT BY THE COURTS*

A New York Criminal Defense Lawyer describes steps that loved ones and family members of someone arrested in New York City should take to help get that person home quicker after he or she has been arrested. These items will help one track someone from arrest to arraignment. See our full video that describes the process from arrest to arraignment for more information.  The information contained on this site is written by a criminal lawyer and is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship, but rather, to give information to individuals who are trying to find people.

How Do You Find People? Arrest Inquiry:

Are you looking for someone?  Are you asking “how can I find people” who were arrested?  This site was created by a criminal lawyer to help answer the question: How do you find people who were arrested?  If you are looking to find people, click the below links for information that can help you find people arrested in New York City.

How Do You Get A Lawyer?:

How Do You Get A Lawyer when you are arrested in New York?  Each person arrested in New York City gets a free attorney consultation with a government provided criminal lawyer.   These lawyers are not all from the Legal Aid Society.  Many of these lawyers are new york city defense attorneys who are appointed by the court.  These new york city criminal defense lawyers are paid by the government.  There are a number of criminal lawyers in nyc that are on the panel that is appointed to these types of cases.  Despite what many believe, many of these lawyers are top criminal attorneys.

NEW YORK ARREST RESOURCES FROM CENTRALBOOKING.INFO (Created by a Lawyer/Attorney/Law Firm):

Click Below to go to the relevant pages (written by a private criminal lawyer):

WHAT IS AN ARRAIGNMENT???

New York Arraignment Process

WHERE IS THE CRIMINAL COURTHOUSE?

How To Find An Inmate In New York

How Do I Find My Next Court Date? Who Arrested?

How Do I Find Out If Someone Has A Bail?

How Do I Find Out What Someone’s Bail Is?

How Do I Find Out What Someone Was Charged With?

How Do I Find Out What I Was Charged With?

FREE DOWNLOAD – NEW YORK CITY ARRAIGNMENT/ARREST INFORMATION SHEET – Created by a Lawyer/Attorney/Law Firm

CLICK HERE TO FIND SOMEONE’S BAIL AMOUNT IN NEW YORK

Where Can I Hire A Lawyer To Represent Myself Or A Loved One In A Criminal Case?

Arraignment Clerk Information – Places to Call in NYC if Someone was Arrested or to find out if someone was arrested in New York City.  Wondering how to find someone arrested in New York City? This is a good starting point. Even if someone is in Central Booking or a county detention facility in New York City after being arrested, the Arraignment Clerk might be able to help!

New York City County List

New York City has five (5) boroughs.  Each borough in New York City is a different county.  Each county has a different court.  When people are arrested in a certain borough or county, they go to the jail in that county.  If you are looking for someone arrested in a specific borough in New York City, you need to know the names of the counties in New York City.  Below is a list of counties in New York that will help you figure out what county detention facility someone arrested may be in.

This being the case, you don’t have to be a criminal lawyer to figure out where to look for someone:

So if you think someone is in Central Booking in the Bronx, call the arraignment clerk in Bronx County.

If you think someone is in Central Booking in Brookyn, call the arraignment clerk in Kings County.

If you think someone is in Central Booking in Queens, call the arraignment clerk in Queens County.

If you think someone is in Central Booking in Manhattan, call the arraignment clerk in New York County.

If you think someone is in Central Booking in Staten Island, call the arraignment clerk in Richmond County.

If you know for sure someone has been arrested in New York City and you want to find someone arrested in New York City, click the link on the top of the page to get the number to the arraignment clerk in the county in which the person was arrested.

 

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Are you looking for an Inmate or someone who is currently incarcerated in Maryland State? There are several different places that someone who has been arrested and is currently in custody in the State of Maryland could be. The jail that the inmate is housed in will be affected in large part about what agency is holding the inmate.

Locate Inmate in State Prisons and County Jails

Each State has a system of Prisons. Often, the State Prisons will house inmates with longer sentences, often due to a Felony Conviction. Within each state, the various counties have their own jails for holding people who are on trial, or who are charged and/or convicted of lesser offenses & Misdemeanors. If you can not find an inmate & he or she has an attorney, often the attorney/lawyer is a great resource for locating a prisoner. The State Prison System in Maryland is run by the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS).


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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN SOMEONE IS ARRESTED IN BALTIMORE?

According to the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS), “Everyone arrested in the City of Baltimore, or arrested on a warrant from the City, comes through the DPSCS’ detention facilities. The institutions include the Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center, the Baltimore City Detention Center and the Pretrial Release Services Program.”

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON BALTIMORE PRETRIAL DETENTION

BALTIMORE Offender Information
For location, identification number and status of offenders currently in detention please contact the Customer Service office at 410-545-8120, 410-545-8121 or 410-545-8128.

 

Locate Inmate in Maryland State Prisons & State Prison Information


CLICK HERE FOR the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) Inmate Locator Search Site

 

The Maryland Department of Corrections offers the following other information online:

 

Click Here for Maryland Correctional Facility Locator – Maryland Prison Locator

 

CLICK HERE FOR Montgomery County Maryland Arrest Inmate Information

Montgomery County Detention Center

Address: 1307 Seven Locks Road
Rockville, Maryland 20854
Telephone: (240) 777-9730

People Arrested in Montgomery County Maryland are processed by the Montgomery County Central Processing Unit (CPU)

Montgomery County Maryland Arrest Information: (From CPU Website CLICK HERE)

  • How long does it take for an arrestee to be processed?
    This information is determined by how busy the CPU unit is and how long it takes for the arresting officer to complete the required documentation. Under normal circumstances processing takes about four (4) hours.
  • What are arrestees: Charges, Bond, Status, Location of Arrest, and Case Number?
    This information is made public once the initial appearance with a Court Commissioner is held, please call: (301) 610-7212
  • Where can I post bail?
    All bails, fines, and fees are accepted at the District Court Commissioner’s Office and must be paid by cash, money order, certified check or cashier’s check.
    Central Processing Unit – District Court Commissioners Office (located behind the Montgomery County Detention Center)
    Address: 1307 Seven Locks Road Rockville, MD 20854
    Phone: (301) 610-7217 | Directions | Map | Bus Schedule
  • I am a Bondsman who should I speak with regarding information on a committed Offender.
    Bondsmen are referred to the Court Commissioner regarding committed offenders, please call: (301) 610-7217
  • Where was my car taken?
    Referred to Montgomery County Police Non-Emergency Telecommunications at 301-279-8000.
  • Where are juvenile offenders taken when they are not being charged as adults?
    Juveniles are taken to Noyes Juvenile Detention Center. Telephone number 301-762-7800

CLICK HERE for the Montgomery County Central Processing Unit (CPU) Website

CLICK HERE FOR Wicomico County Maryland Inmate Locator Information

 

Call A Maryland Inmate:

Click here for Information on Calling a Maryland Inmate: Maryland Inmate Telephone Services

CLICK HERE FOR OFFENDER CONNECT

Site 44 CALVERT COUNTY DETENTION CENTER MD
Site 71 CAROLINE COUNTY DEPT OF CORRECTIONS MD
Site 15 PRINCE GEORGE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS MD

Offender Connect is a private, commercial service that allows you to add money to a Maryland Inmate’s Phone Account or transfer money to a Maryland Inmate’s Commissary Account

Maryland Courts & Legal Services Information

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In Maryland, the District Court handles many traffic violations,  misdemeanor criminal complaints (& some felonies), tickets, and allegations and many people arrested go to Court at a District Court.

Click Here for the Maryland District Court Webpage

Click Here for the location of a Maryland District Court

District 1 Baltimore City

District 2 Dorchester Somerset Worcester

District 3 Caroline Cecil Kent Queen Anne’s Talbot

District 4 Calvert Charles St. Mary’s

District 5  Prince George’s

District 6 Montgomery

District 7 Anne Arundel

District 8 Baltimore

District 9 Harford

District 10 Carroll Howard

District 11 Frederick Washington

District 12 Allegany  Garrett

Click Here to search Maryland Court Records


The Maryland District Court Provides great resources for persons arrested in Maryland:

Click below to go to the Maryland District Court Website for answers to these questions:

Maryland District Court Traffic Citation Information:

Click Here for the Maryland District Court Traffic Citation Page

 

Traffic Citation Fact Sheet

Access your citation information online

Pay your traffic citations online

Postponements

 

These Maryland Criminal Law Resources may also be helpful:

How do I get Information on Maryland Criminal Records & Expungement
How to get records removed (expungement)
Criminal history/records

Office of Public Defender

Contact the Office of the Public Defender by Phone: 877-430-5187.

Peoples Law Library
A resource for legal help

Pro Bono Resource Center
A resource of free or low cost legal help organizations

Public Access to Maryland’s Court Records (brochure in PDF)

 Article about going to Central Booking: Time Served: A Day In The Life Of An Inmate At Central Booking (in Baltimore)

Maryland District Courts Self Help Information

Click Here for the Maryland District Courts Self Help Information Site

Relevant Maryland Self Help Brochures:

How to file for a Peace Order or Protective Order?
(Peace & Protective Orders – printable brochure CC-DC/DV/PO 1 BR)

¿Cómo presentar una solicitud de una Orden de Paz u Orden de Protección?
(folleto imprimible)

What happens when you are arrested for a crime?
(Criminal Defendant – printable brochure DC/CR 2 BR)

¿Qué pasa cuando lo arrestan por un crimen?
(folleto imprimible)

What is a bad check violation?
(Bad Checks)

¿Qué es una violación por mal cheque?

How to have court records expunged?
(Expungement – printable brochure
(CC-DC/CR 72 BR)

¿Como hacer que la corte borre su historial judicial?

What are my options after receiving a Traffic Citation?
(Traffic Fact Sheet)
(Important – new option for citations received on or after January 1, 2011)

¿Cuáles son mis opciones después de recibir una citación de tráfico?
ATENCIÓN CONDUCTORES El nuevo proceso de multas de tránsito de Maryland
comienza el 1 de enero del 2011

 

Maryland Mass Transit Links:

Maryland Mass Transit: Click Here

Washington Metropolitan Area Mass Transit: Click Here

 

 Maryland Correctional Facilities:

via the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS)

BCCC Baltimore City Correctional Center Baltimore Details/Visiting Directions
BCF Brockbridge Correctional Facility Jessup Details/Visiting Directions
BPRU Baltimore Pre-Release Unit Baltimore Details/Visiting Directions
BPRU-W Baltimore Pre-Release Unit for Women Baltimore Details/Visiting Directions
CDF Chesapeake Detention Facility (Formerly MCAC) Baltimore Details/Visiting Directions
CHDU Central Home Detention Unit Baltimore Details/Visiting Directions
CMCF Central Maryland Correctional Facility (Formerly CLF) Sykesville Details/Visiting Directions
CMHC-J Correctional Mental Health Center – Jessup Jessup Details/Visiting Directions
DHE Dismas House East Baltimore Details/Visiting Directions
DHW Dismas House West Baltimore Details/Visiting Directions
ECI Eastern Correctional Institution Westover Details/Visiting Directions
ECI-A Eastern Correctional Institution Annex Westover Details/Visiting Directions
EPRU Eastern Pre-Release Unit Church Hill Details/Visiting Directions
HLTCF Herman L. Toulson Correctional Facility (Formerly TBC) Jessup Details/Visiting Directions
JCI Jessup Correctional Institution Jessup Details/Visiting Directions
JPRU Jessup Pre-Release Unit Jessup Details/Visiting Directions
MCI-H Maryland Correctional Institution – Hagerstown Hagerstown Details/Visiting Directions
MCI-J Maryland Correctional Institution – Jessup Jessup Details/Visiting Directions
MCI-W Maryland Correctional Institution for Women Jessup Details/Visiting Directions
MCPRS Maryland Correctional Pre-Release System Admin Offices Jessup Details/Visiting Directions
MCTC Maryland Correctional Training Center Hagerstown Details/Visiting Directions
MRDCC Maryland Reception, Diagnostic and Classification Center Baltimore Details/Visiting Directions
MTC Metropolitan Transition Center Baltimore Details/Visiting Directions
NBCI North Branch Correctional Institution Cumberland Details/Visiting Directions
PATX Patuxent Institution Jessup Details/Visiting Directions
PHPRU Poplar Hill Pre-Release Unit Quantico Details/Visiting Directions
RCI Roxbury Correctional Institution Hagerstown Details/Visiting Directions
SMPRU Southern Maryland Pre-Release Unit Charlotte Hall Details/Visiting Directions
THRESH Threshold Baltimore Details/Visiting Directions
WCI Western Correctional Institution Cumberland Details/Visiting Directions

Detention Facilities

BCBIC Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center Baltimore Details/Visiting Directions
BCDC Baltimore City Detention Center Baltimore Details/Visiting Directions

 

 

 

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COURT CLOSING UPDATE:

NEW YORK COURTS WILL BE CLOSED ON CERTAIN HOLIDAYS in 2015

For More Information go to the Unified Court System Site: CLICK HERE

Are you looking for information relating to when your next court date is? Are you asking how you find your next court date in a New York City or New York State Court?

If so, the answer depends on what court your case is in. There is a way to search court cases.  The New York State Court System has free court records and Court Date Look Up/Court Date Search Sites for various Courts Including

  • Criminal Court
  • Family Court
  • Housing Court
  • Supreme Court
  • Civil Court

 

CRIMINAL COURT DATE LOOK UP – FIND NEXT COURT DATE IN CRIMINAL COURT

If your case is in Criminal Court (New York Criminal Court, New York District Court, New York Supreme Court), then you need to use the Court’s WEBCRIMS to find your next Court date.   You can also use WEBCRIMS to find free criminal records. By logging into WEBCRIMS as a public user, anyone, whether you are a defendant or an attorney/lawyer, can find someone’s next court date.  You can find information and the next court date for both misdemeanor and felony cases.  The system also gives you information about what court the case is in, the judge on the case, the charges, the defendant’s name and date of birth, the amount of bail that was set in the case, when the case was on last, all dates the case has been on the calendar, and whether or not a plea offer was made by the district attorney.  WEBCRIMS is run by the Unified Court System and is the OFFICIAL Court Date Look Up website!  Please note that often people who are arrested and given a Desk Appearance Ticket (DAT) will often not find their next court date in the WEBCRIMS system.  This is because the DAT is issued by the Police Department and not the Court system directly.

FIND SOMEONE’S BAIL IN A CRIMINAL CASE

If you trying to find out if someone who was arrested has a bail, you can use the Unified Court System WEBCRIMS site to find a bail amount in a particular case.  You can log into WEBCRIMS and look up someone who was arrested (defendant’s) information and find out if the Judge/Court set a bail at the arraignment and often, it will tell you how much that bail is (bail amount).  You can also find out if someone was released on their own recognizance (ROR).

HOW TO FIND OUT WHAT A PERSON WAS ARRESTED FOR

WHO ARRESTED?

If you are wondering how to find out what a person was arrested for, you can possibly find information on a person’s criminal case or find out why someone was arrested by using WEBCRIMSWEBCRIMS is a site on which one can conduct a free arrest search and find out if someone has an open criminal case and as far as open case, get free criminal records information.


CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE WEBCRIMS CRIMINAL COURT DATE LOOK UP SYSTEM

CLICK HERE TO FIND YOUR NEXT COURT DATE IN YOUR NEW YORK CRIMINAL CASE

CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT IF SOMEONE HAS BAIL IN A NEW YORK CRIMINAL CASE

HOW CAN I FIND A LAWYER – CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

FAMILY COURT DATE LOOK UP – FIND NEXT COURT DATE IN FAMILY COURT

If you are looking for your next court date in a New York City or New York State Family Court, the Unified Court System’s WEBFAMILY system may help you to look up your next court date in Family Court.  Whether you are the Petitioner, the Defendant, or a Lawyer/Attorney, you can find information regarding family court cases and the next court date on the WEBFAMILY system.  Family Court cases include Child Support and Child Custody cases.  So WEBFAMILY can help if you are looking for your next court date in a custody case and/or if you are looking for your next court date in a child support matter.




CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE WEBFAMILY COURT DATE LOOK UP SYSTEM

HOUSING COURT DATE LOOK UP – FIND NEXT COURT DATE IN HOUSING COURT

If you are looking for your next court date in a New York City or New York State Housing Court, the Unified Court System’s WEBHOUSING system may help you to look up your next court date in Family Court.  Whether you are the Petitioner, the Defendant, or a Lawyer/Attorney, you can find information regarding family court cases and the next court date on the WEBHOUSING system.  Housing Court cases include Landlord Tenant Cases, Commercial Landlord Tenant Cases, Eviction Cases, Non-payment Eviction Cases, and holdover eviction cases.  So WEBHOUSING can help if you are looking for your next court date in an eviction case and/or if you are looking for your next court date in a nonpayment or holdover  matter.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE WEBHOUSING COURT DATE LOOK UP SYSTEM

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Are you trying to figure out whether courts are open? Looking for Court closing information?  You can call 1-800-COURTNY (1-800-268-7869) to find out more information about whether New York Courts will be closed due to a weather or other emergency.  If you are  Juror wondering if you have to report to Jury duty, Jurors can call: 1-800-NY-JUROR (1-800-695-8767) to find out if Court will be open.  If you are looking for the Courts holidays see below.

CLICK HERE for the New York State Courts Holiday Calendar/Schedule

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HAS YOUR LOVED ONE BEEN
ARRESTED IN NEW YORK CITY?

DON’T PANIC! This page will attempt to help you through the next 24 hours.It is a Law Firm web page and can be considered attorney advertising, but will help you whether you hire our firm or anyone else.Your goal right now is to try and bring your loved one home.

Usually, within 24 hours from a person’s arrest, that person will have an arraignment in the criminal court in the county in which he or she was arrested. First the person will probably go to the precinct.If you speak to your loved one, make sure he or she does not give any statements and requests a lawyer, or
states that he or she has a lawyer if such is the case.This is important and can make a HUGE difference later in a case.

After the person is processed at the precinct, the person moves to a Central Booking Unit and eventually to the Courthouse. Before he or she is court ready, he or she will be identified by the ARREST NUMBER.GET THIS NUMBER FROM CENTRAL BOOKING.Once at the Courthouse, the person is eventually processed and once he or she receives a DOCKET NUMBER.The ARREST NUMBER and the DOCKET NUMBER are crucial to tracking the progress of the person’s case.Often, once there is a DOCKET NUMBER, the case is court ready and the person will be arraigned in front of a judge.

CJA INTERVIEW

Don’t go leaving the phone just yet.An agency is going to
interview your loved one and prepare a report that will be considered during the BAIL decision.It Is called CJA.They will interview your loved one and then attempt to confirm the information given.This means they will be calling the number your loved one gives.If possible, make sure you discuss with your loved one who will be called and what number they should call.  MAKE SURE SOMEONE PICKS THAT PHONE UP!

 

 

CENTRAL BOOKING UNITS:

Bronx

215 East 161st Street

(718) 590-2817

Brooklyn

120 Schermerhorn Street

(718) 875-6303

Manhattan

100 Centre Street

(212) 374-3921

(212) 374-3942

(212) 374-3838

Queens

125-01 Queens Blvd.

(718) 268-4523

Staten Island

78 Richmond Terrace

(718) 876-8490

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WHAT IS AN ARRAIGNMENT???

An arraignment is when the Court officially takes jurisdiction over a case.Now they have a file, with a DOCKET NUMBER, a
Complaint set forth by the District Attorney and they have your loved one in custody.Everyone comes together in
front of a judge and they formally charge the person with the crime
alleged.A plea is entered at that time (GUILTY/NOT GUILTY).If a NOT GUILTY PLEA is entered, the Court must then decide whether the person charged should stay in jail or be released.The Court sets a BAIL.The Court usually tries to assess flight risk when considering bail.This means, the Court, which does not know your loved one, will have to figure out whether he or she will return to Court.They use lots of factors, including the nature of the charges, the person’s job history and educational background, and
whether or not the person has significant ties to the community.They also take note of who has bothered to come to court on behalf of the person during the arraignment.IT IS THE LAWYER WHO WILL ARGUE THE BAIL APPLICATION.There may be no BAIL. In that case, the person is released on his or her own recognizance (ROR).That means the person can leave and will come back at a later date.If a bail is set, the person will be held until bail is posted.THE REST OF THE CASE WILL BE DEALT WITH AT LATER DATES.THERE WILL NOT BE A TRIAL ON THE DAY OF ARRAIGNMENT.Arraignments usually happen from 9am to 1am – 7 days a week (except Staten Island/Richmond County).

IMMIGRATION ISSUES

If your loved one IS NOT A CITIZEN of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, you MUST MAKE SURE THE ATTORNEY KNOWS THIS.This is very important.There are important additional considerations that must be accounted for when NON-CITIZENS are charged with a crime.Please
make sure you bring any immigration issues to the attention of your attorney
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THE COURT SET BAIL, NOW WHAT!?

READY SET GO.It happens that quick sometimes.If you
can post bail in the Courtroom (it wont be there but if you can do it RIGHT AWAY) let the attorney handling the arraignment know so that he can inform the
Court.
He or she should know BEFORE the arraignment, not after.This is because if the Court isn’t aware that
bail is about to be posted, the person might be sent to a Borough house/holding facility.You can then post bail at a
number of locations at that point, but your loved one’s release may be delayed.This could happen anyway, but if you have any chance at a more expeditious release, it is doing things in this manner.


WHERE IS THE COURTHOUSE?

You can use google maps to get directions to the Courthouse.Here are the addresses:

Manhattan (New York
County) Criminal Court: 100
Centre Street, NY NY

Trains:
4,5,6 To Brooklyn Bridge. Walk North.J,M,Z,
R, 6 to Canal Street Walk South.

Queens Criminal Court: 125-01 Queens Blvd., Queens New York

Trains:
E or F train to the Union Turnpike. Buses:
Q46, Q60, Q37, Q74

Bronx Criminal Court: 215
East 161st Street, Bronx, NY

Trains:

4 to 161st Street.

Brooklyn
Criminal Court (Kings County): 20
Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn
, NY

Trains:
M, R to Court St.; 2, 3, 4, 5 to Boro Hall; A, C, F to Jay St./Boro Hall

Staten
Island Criminal Court (Richmond County): 67 Targee Street, Staten Island, NY

Trains:Stapleton (0.5 mi) SIR

Other Numbers:

Police Precinct Information: (212) 374-5000

District Attorney’s Office (New York County): 212-335-9000

Legal Aid: (212) 732-5000

Prisoner Information: (888) 846-3469 or 311

Midtown Court (314 West 54th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues):

646-264-1308

 

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Please Note:

WWW.CENTRALBOOKING.INFO is run by a criminal attorney. We have tried to compile information helpful to those who have had a friend or loved one arrested in New York City. This site however, IS NOT RUN BY THE COURTS, OR ANY GOVERNMENT AGENCY. We have tried throughout the site to help the General Public and our clients navigate the arraignment, central booking and arrest process by providing what we believe is information that will be helpful.

We have received many calls regarding Central Booking Numbers and the fact that many do not work or just ring. It may be helpful to call the arraignment clerk in the county that your friend or loved one was arrested in for assistance.


PLEASE NOTE, THESE NUMBERS CHANGE PERIODICALLY.

The following numbers may be of assistance to those seeking to obtain information regarding the arrest of a loved one and a future arraignment date/time:

Arraignment Clerks Phone Numbers:



Bronx County Arraignment Clerk Phone Number:

718-618-3008

Brooklyn/Kings County Arraignment Clerk Phone Number:

718-243-2545, 718-643-5296, 718-643-5675, 718-243-3501

New York County Arraignment Clerk Phone Number:

646-386-4545, 3921

Queens County Arraignment Clerk Phone Number:

718-298-0736

Richmond County Arraignment Clerk Phone Number:

718-390-8400

The arraignment clerk’s in each county court have information regarding when a person who has been arrested may see a Judge.  They are very busy.  Often, they not only do the work they have in the office, they also have to answer the phone.  Sometimes there are 1-2 clerks answering the phones for the whole county.  This means that it may be difficult to get through to find out if someone has been arrested, what someone has been charged with, or when the person may see a Judge in Court.  Please be patient.  The arraignment Clerk in each county is the best way to find someone arrested in New York City.  Please remember that the clerk might not have information on someone arrested in New York until that person is transported from the police precinct or put into the computer system.  Sometimes, someone arrested in New York City is not immediately taken to central booking.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office has an Inmate Information Page.

The inmate roster and census are updated daily, Monday through Friday.

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Phone:   212-675-7955
Fax: 646-895-7580
Email:  Jamel@oesersweat.com
OESER-SWEAT, P.C.
419 Lafayette Street, 2nd Floor
New York, New York 10003
Bar Admissions
  • Supreme Court of the United States of America
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court,District of Vermont
  • U.S. District Court,District of New Jersey
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • State of New York
  • State of New Jersey
Education
  • St. John’s University School of Law, Jamaica, NY, J.D., 2001
  • New York University, College of Art and Science, New York, B.A.,  1998
    • Samuel F.B. Morse Scholar: Full Scholarship
    • Recipient of four year, $20,000 Research Grant
    • Deans List (Spring and Fall 1997)
    • Sophomore Class Representative, Student Government
Practice Areas
Representative Commercial Industries
  • Small Business Advising Services
  • Telecommunications Brokerage Services
  • Night Club and Promotions
  • Restaurant Industry
  • Marketing Services
  • Publishing
  • Film and Television
  • Real Estate Licensing/Start Up Incubator Advising and Implementation
  • Retailing & Apparel
  • Internet Companies and distribution models
REPRESENTATIVE CRIMINAL AREAS
Domestic Disputes
Assault/Attempted Assault
Driving While Intoxicated (DWI/DUI)
Narcotics Matters (CRACK, COCAINE, MARIJUANA, ETC.)
Murder/Attempted Murder
Violation of Probation
Violation of Parole
Sex Offenses/Rape
Burglary/Robbery/Theft
Guns/Firearms/Weapons
White Collar Crime
Fraud/Mortgage Fraud/Insurance Fraud/Health Care Fraud
Bribery
Gambling Offenses
Police Surrenders
Arraignments
Bail/Bail Reduction
Certificates of Relief from Civil Disabilities
Recent Trials:
People v. Weisner (2008-2013)
Supreme Court of New York – Bronx County
Charge: Murder in the Second Degree
Outcome: Acquittal
Selected Legal Publications:

DNA: Forensic and Legal Applications. Kobilinski, L., T.F. Liotti, J. Spector, and J. Oeser-Sweat. 

Book Foreword by Dr. James Watson, Nobel Laureate (John Wiley and Sons, Inc. 2005).

Selected Scientific Publications:

Bottone, E.J., J.L. Oeser, W.A. Quezada, and A. A. Perez. 1995. Microbial Hazards Associated with Exfoliative Devices.  Med. Microbiol. Lett.  3:363-373

Bottone, E.J., A. A. Perez II, and J.L. Oeser. 1994. Loofah Sponges as Reservoirs and Vehicles in the Transmission of Potentially Pathogenic Bacterial Species to Human Skin.  J. Clin. Microbiol.  32:469-472.

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