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If so, the answer depends on what court your case is in. The New York State Court System has free court records and Court Date Look Up/Court Date Search Sites for various Courts Including If your case is in Criminal Court (New York Criminal Court, New York District Court, New York Supreme Court), then you need to use the Court’s WEBCRIMS to find your next Court date.
You can find information and the next court date for both misdemeanor and felony cases.If you trying to find out if someone who was arrested has a bail, you can use the Unified Court System WEBCRIMS site to find a bail amount in a particular case.You can log into WEBCRIMS and look up someone who was arrested (defendant’s) information and find out if the Judge/Court set a bail at the arraignment and often, it will tell you how much that bail is (bail amount).You can also find out if someone was released on their own recognizance (ROR). If you are wondering how to find out what a person was arrested for, you can possibly find information on a person’s criminal case or find out why someone was arrested by using WEBCRIMS.WEBCRIMS is a site on which one can conduct a free arrest search and find out if someone has an open criminal case and as far as open case, get free criminal records information.CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE WEBCRIMS CRIMINAL COURT DATE LOOK UP SYSTEM CLICK HERE TO FIND YOUR NEXT COURT DATE IN YOUR NEW YORK CRIMINAL CASE CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT IF SOMEONE HAS BAIL IN A NEW YORK CRIMINAL CASE HOW CAN I FIND A LAWYER – CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION If you are looking for your next court date in a New York City or New York State Family Court, the Unified Court System’s WEBFAMILY system may help you to look up your next court date in Family Court.
Whether you are the Petitioner, the Defendant, or a Lawyer/Attorney, you can find information regarding family court cases and the next court date on the WEBFAMILY system.
Family Court cases include Child Support and Child Custody cases.
The system also gives you information about what court the case is in, the judge on the case, the charges, the defendant’s name and date of birth, the amount of bail that was set in the case, when the case was on last, all dates the case has been on the calendar, and whether or not a plea offer was made by the district attorney.
WEBCRIMS is run by the Unified Court System and is the OFFICIAL Court Date Look Up website!
Please note that often people who are arrested and given a Desk Appearance Ticket (DAT) will often not find their next court date in the WEBCRIMS system.
This is because the DAT is issued by the Police Department and not the Court system directly.