The Civil Term Clerk’s Office is located in Room 131. Phone: 718-675-8700.
This office contains the trial support, motion support, ex parte support and the subpoenaed records departments. All Requests for Judicial Intervention, Notes of Issues, Noticed Motions and proposed orders are filed with this office.
The Criminal Term of The Supreme Court in Richmond County is committed to providing equal access to all who come before it. The Criminal Term has exclusive trial jurisdiction over all felony matters and concurrent jurisdiction over misdemeanors with Criminal Court. The Court handles everything from arraignment through disposition of cases that come before it. The Court also processes the Appeals on those dispositions which are heard in the Second Department.
We are located at 26 Central Avenue, Room 240, Staten Island, New York 10301. You can call the Richmond County Supreme Court Criminal Term office at 718-675-8760.
The Law Department performs legal research, prepares drafts and dispenses legal advice to the Justices of the Supreme Court, Richmond County.
The Library is located at:
25 Hyatt Street, Room 515
Staten Island, NY 10301
Hours: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm M-F, no afternoon hours
Closed weekends and all State & Federal Holidays
WIFI available/ No Internet access / No outside copying
The Library's mission is to serve the bench, the bar, and the public by providing professional library services. The library staff can provide directional, bibliographic and reference assistance. However, the staff is prohibited from rendering any advice, opinion, or interpretation of the law. The user is expected to make his/her own determination of the use of the information found. The Richmond County Supreme Court Library is a non-lending reference library. However, the Judges of the Richmond Supreme Court may borrow items and any items borrowed must be properly checked out. The policy for using the computers and/or the microform reader/printers is on a first come first serve basis. Users are requested to sign in and must advise the librarian before seeking to use the computers and/or microform reader/printers. Access to computer assisted legal research (e.g. Lexis, Westlaw) and other legal resources is available on the Library's public access PCs. In addition to the usual legal reference materials, the Library's holdings include a large number of pre-National Reporter system cases unavailable online or in microform.
Visitors must pass through a magnetometer prior to entering the facilities.