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Suffolk County District Court - Adjourned Dates


Criminal Court future case information and dates is available at WebCrims:
WebCrims shows future dates for criminal court cases by searching by defendant's name or docket number, or get a list of calendared cases for a future date in a District Court criminal courtroom (choose "Criminal Court" for Court field, use the courtroom for Court Part field, without suffix). WebCrims does not show Bench or Arrest Warrants, cases without a future court date, or finished cases.

Civil Court future case information and dates is available at WebCivil Local:
WebCivil Local shows civil court cases by searching by index number, party name, attorney name, or judge name, or calendar information by court, judge and part.

Parking and Town Ordinance case information and dates are not available online at this time.

 


Call 631 853-7500 with the case number during business hours to check for future dates on:

  • Parking tickets
  • Town Ordinance cases (or call the outlying courthouse where your action is filed)
  • if you cannot find your criminal or traffic matter in WebCrims.

 


How to adjourn your case:

Criminal Court
  • appear in court on your court date and ask the Judge for an adjournment
  • if you cannot appear in court, you may request an adjournment in writing or by having your attorney request the adjournment. The Judge will decide if your case is adjourned or if a warrant will be issued for your arrest, and/or your license will be suspended, and/or your bail will be forfeited.
Civil Court
  • appear in court on your court date and ask the Judge or arbitrator for an adjournment
  • if you cannot appear in court, you may request an adjournment in writing or by having your attorney request the adjournment. Most Judges will consider a request faxed to the courthouse. A copy of your request should be sent to the other parties. The Judge or arbitrator will decide if your case is adjourned or if the case will be heard without you.

You cannot get an adjournment by calling the courthouse for any kind of civil or criminal case.

Any written request for an adjournment must include the case number, the name of the case, and when the case is scheduled.

You must check on your adjournment request on eCourts after your court date.