All Inquiries and Departments:
Leon J. Adler
Deputy Chief Clerk
Chief Clerk's Office
The Supreme Court handles the prosecution of felonies and civil cases involving high dollar amounts. The Court also handles divorces, separations and annulments in addition to mortgage foreclosures and injunctions.
Supreme Court justices are elected by judicial district to 14-year terms. Criminal felony cases are heard in the Supreme Court in New York City and predominantly in the County Courts outside of New York City.
More Supreme Court Information
CCP Ready Day Calendar Call Teams Link
Supreme Court-Honorable Paul J. Baisley, Jr. CCP
Motion Practice in Suffolk County Supreme Court
-All unsubmitted motions previously filed with the Suffolk County Supreme Court will not be calendared for SUBMISSION during the period of Consolidated Court Operations.
-Motion return dates may be adjourned with the consent of all parties; all such requests must be in writing and faxed to the Supreme Court Clerk’s Office at 631-853-5835
Supreme Court Justices
Judges are listed on the court page in which they are elected or appointed
Future Court Appearance System
Access for Supreme Court Civil Case Information
RulesStandard Preliminary Conference Order for Matrimonial Cases
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