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New York City Criminal Court, New York City
(2.8/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Great experience for anyone who is legal. Just have some difficulty to enter the building, and depends on the release of the security. Being well dressed and explaining that it's legal to another country, it releases.
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  • The building is very impressive, is located in the lower part of the town on the border of Chinatown, not far from the Brooklyn Bridge. In this part of town a lot of bureaucratic buildings: the Supreme Court, the family court, regional court, "Tweeds" Court and the immigration service, Registrar, Department of health, issuing birth and death certificates, etc. the courthouse often appears in the films, so the massive columns quite recognizable.
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  • One way to get into this building, to marry in New York, and request its extended version and an Apostille. The building unit of the Ministry of Justice is responsible for part of the documents
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  • I have been trying to get in touch with somebody ANYBODY at this location However all i have heard for the past 3 hours is : "you have reached the NY county central clerk office at 100 centre street all operators are currently busy please try your call again. " What is the purpose of answering the phone just to have us listen to the above message? Isn't it best to let us hear a busy signal instead? I know I would prefer that! I really don't want to leave 1 star because I haven't dealt with anyone at this location yet. So, the 1 star is strictly because i am unable to talk with anyone.
  • Most of the time, if you are here, you're going to have a bad time. So there's that. Not to mention everyone working there has been there or is going to be there for the next few eternities. I like the architecture, but, dealing with the officers and the clerks is like pulling your own teeth with scissors.
  • No one picks up the phone...horrible ...worst service ever
  • A great and terrible evil resides in this place. Something dark, foul, something that shake's one's fortitude to its core. Good luck to anyone who finds themselves put through the meat grinder that is NYC criminal court.
  • I've. Just contacted criminal court cause my husband gotten arrested all they say is he hasn't seen a judge...its crazy