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Town of Conesus Justice Court

Kolleen Redman

Town Hall, 6210 South Livonia Rd. (Route 15)
PO Box 188
Conesus, NY 14435
(585) 346-3130 ext.4
(585) 346-4347
Hours of Operation:

Court Nights:

Court is held on the 4th Wednesday of each month beginning at 4:30PM - Click here to view the complete Conesus Court Calendar.


District Attorney Night - 4th Wednesday of every month.

*The Court Schedule is subject to change - Please verify your Court date through the documentation you have received from the pertinent Law Enforcement Agency or the Conesus Court.


Court Clerk Hours:

Wednesdays 9:00AM-3:00PM or start of Court when applicable.



Ellen J Coyne ()
Phone: (585) 346-9240
Term: 4 Years
Raymond J Mahoney ()
Phone: (585) 346-9240
Term: 4 Years
NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services
The Division of Criminal Justice Services is a multi-function criminal justice support agency with a variety of responsibilities, including collection and analysis of statewide crime data; operation of the DNA databank and criminal fingerprint files; administration of federal and state criminal justice funds; support of criminal justice-related agencies across the state; and administration of the state’s Sex Offender Registry that allows anyone to research the status of an offender.
Department of Motor Vehicles
Information on tickets, the point system, suspended license, driver responsibility program and more.
A Guide to New York Small Claim Court provided by Tenant Net
General information on the Small Claim Court
Where Can I Find The Court Calendar?
What method of payment does Conesus Justice Court accept for fines?
Bank checks, money orders and exact cash only.  Absolutely no personal checks are accepted.
Is there a fee for filing small claims?

The fee for filing Small Claims between $1.00 and $999.99 is $10.00

The fee for filing Small Claims between $1,000.00 and $3,000.00 is $15.00.

What if I can not read my ticket as to date or court?

Contact immediately the police agency that issued the ticket.  They will advise you of the proper date and court.

What if I disagree with the charges on the ticket?

The court is the judicial branch that interprets the law. Show up at the scheduled time and date to plea your case. Your options will then be explained.

How do I know if I need an attorney?

If you are unsure of the charges, or how to proceed, then you may need to consult an attorney. However, this is an individual decision.

Can I reschedule the time and date of my appearance if I am working or out of town?

If you are charged with a violation, you may plea by mail, therefore avoiding the necessity to appear in person on the given date and time. However, if you are charged with a misdemeanor, you must appear in person on the given date and time, or a warrant may be issued.

What if I miss my court date?

You must contact the court for instructions.

I just want to mail in the ticket and pay the fine. What is the process?

Follow the procedures written on your ticket and if you wish to plead guilty, once we receive your plea, the judge will access the fine, and we'll mail you a fine notice.

What if I wish to plead not guilty?

Follow the procedure on your ticket, and once we receive your plea, you will be advised of your trial date and time.

What type of payments are acceptable?

Cash, money orders, bank checks or certified checks are the only acceptable method of payment for fines.  PERSONAL CHECKS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. You must also include a self-addressed stamped envelope, if you wish to receive a receipt.

Why do I have to pay a surcharge?

The surcharge is a mandatory fee imposed by the State of New York that must be paid on every ticket.

Who do I call for information on my court date or other concerns.

Call only the court in which you are to appear. Court room telephones are only answered when the court clerk is present. Therefore call only on Wednesdays after 2:30 PM. No other department can answer questions or take messages for the court system.

What are the business hours on court days?

Court business is conducted between 9 - 3 PM on Wednesdays or until Court starts on applicable nights (3rd and 4th Wednesdays).