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How can I obtain a copy of a criminal disposition?

Our office maintains records of felony convictions that took place in Westchester County. If the record you are looking for is a misdemeanor or violation (unless a lesser included charge or reduced plea for a felony charge), please contact the local municipality where that conviction took place.  If you wish to obtain a record or conduct a criminal records search through this office, you may come into the Westchester County Clerk’s Office personally or submit a request through the mail. Through the mail, please provide the defendant name and approximate date the action may have taken place.The fee for a certified copy of the disposition is $5.00.  If you wish to mail your request, please enclose a check or money order payable to the "Westchester County Clerk". If you do not know the Indictment Number of the case, there will be a $5.00 additional fee incorporated for the search. 

Please note that criminal records sealed by the New York State Criminal Procedure Law and the Civil Rights Law may only accessible to a party to the action, attorney of record, a person with a signed and notarized letter of release from a party to the action, or pursuant to court order, depending on the statute which restricts the records.

You may also contact the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services for a criminal history record.

Also, the link for the New York State Criminal Justice needs to be updated. Here is the correct one:http://www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/ojis/recordreview.htm

Questions?  Call us at (914)995-3070 or email.

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