New York

New York became the 11th state on July 26, 1788. Albany is the state capital. There are currently 62 counties each with a courthouse.

 

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Click on a county below to learn more:

A – M

Albany CountyAllegany County / Bronx County / Broome County / Cattaraugus County / Cayuga County / Chautauqua County / Chemung County / Chenango County / Clinton County / Columbia CountyCortland County / Delaware County / Dutchess County / Erie County / Essex County / Franklin County / Fulton County / Genesee County / Greene County / Hamilton County / Herkimer County / Jefferson County / Kings County / Lewis County / Livingston County / Madison County / Monroe County / Montgomery County 

N – Y

Nassau County  /  New York CountyNiagara County / Oneida County / Onondaga County / Ontario County / Orange CountyOrleans County / Oswego County / Otsego County / Putnam County /  Queens County  /  Rensselaer County / Richmond County / Rockland County / Saint Lawrence County / Saratoga County / Schenectady County / Schoharie County / Schuyler County / Seneca County / Steuben County / Suffolk County  / Sullivan County / Tioga County / Tompkins County / Ulster CountyWarren County / Washington County / Wayne County / Westchester County / Wyoming County / Yates County 

 

New York Court of Appeals

 

Applellate Division of the Supreme Court

First Judicial Department – New York

Second Judicial Department – Brooklyn

Third Judicial Department - Albany 

Fourth Judicial Department - Rochester

 

Judicial Districts

Judicial District 1  New York City

Judicial District 2 -

Judicial District 3 – Castleton on Hudson

Judicial District 4 – Saratoga Springs

 Judicial District 5 -  

Judicial District 6 – Binghampton

Judicial District 7 – Rochester

Judicial District 8 – Buffalo

Judicial District 9  White Plains

Judicial District 10 -

Judicial District 11 –

Judicial District 12 - 

 

 

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State House – Albany

 

 

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Governor Mansion – Albany