Somers Town Court Information
What happens When Someone Is Arrested in Somers, New York?
When someone is arrested in Somers, New York, and if he is not simply given a desk appearance ticket to appear at court in the future, that person may be held for arraignment (first appearance).
A judge will be brought to the Somers Courthouse to preside over the criminal court arraignment. At the arraignment, the judge will decide whether to set bail. Bail is an amount of money that must be posted with Westchester County before a person will be released. If you have cash at Court when bail is set, you can post it there. If you don't have bail money immediately in cash, you will need to post it at the Westchester County Jail. At the jail, you can pay in cash or (within limits) by credit card.
Generally, the arraignment will happen in Somers within 24 hours of the arrest. If possible, arrangements should be made to obtain a criminal defense lawyer for the arrest process in Somers.
- Somers Criminal Court is held every Monday at 5:30 PM.
- Office hours are from 9 AM to 4:30 PM Moday throught Friday.
- Telephone number: 914-277-8225
- Somers Town Court is located at 335 US 202, in Somers (The Elephant Hotel building)
Somers new york Criminal Defense lawyer
The information in this website is provided by the Westchester Criminal Defense Law Firm Shalley and Murray. If you have any questions about a Somers criminal case or a criminal case anywhere else in Westchester, call us at 914-276-2585 or text us at 347-612-9830. We can speak over the phone or we can schedule your free consultation at your convenience.
We have more than 20 years experience defending people accused of crimes in New York. Whether the case involves simple marijuana possession, driving while intoxicated, assault, or something more serious, we can help. Call now to speak with a criminal defense lawyer right away about a Somers criminal case, or any case in Westchester County, Putnam County, or New York City. Be aware that a case that starts out in Somers Court can be transferred to County Court in White Plains for prosecution if it is a felony or domestic violence accusation.