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Building Bridges for Small Businesses Breakfasy in the Bronx

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    On Thursday, October 19th OATH will partner with the Bronx Chamber of Commerce to host the 2nd Annual Building Bridges for Small Businesses free breakfast forum in the Bronx. Visit the announcements page to learn more and to register for this free event.

Brooklyn Extended Hours
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    To increase the City’s access to justice, OATH’s Brooklyn Hearing Office will be open until 8PM on Tuesdays and open on Saturdays through January 30, 2018. People recently issued summonses by the Departments of Sanitation, Health, Parks and NYPD can have in-person hearings and complete community service, if eligible, during these new court hours. Visit the Clerk’s Office section for more information.
Remote Hearing Methods
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    Did you receive a summons from the Sanitation Department, Parks Department, NYPD or Health Department?

    You can fight nearly every type of summons issued by those agencies using OATH’s convenient, Remote Hearing methods.
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    You do not need a lawyer to represent you at OATH hearings but if you need help understanding why you received a City summons and how to respond to it, you can contact the OATH Help Center online or visit a Help Center in person. There is a Help Center at all OATH Hearings Division locations. No appointment is necessary; just walk in during regular business hours.

Find Copies of Summonses
and Case Status Information

You can search for a summons, see a copy of the summons, and find your OATH hearing date by using the OATH Summons Finder. You can search for this information by name, address or the summons number.


Go to the Summons Finder


Note: Summonses issued to for hire vehicles or restaurants, and summonses issued by the Department of Consumer Affairs are not currently available using the Summons Finder.