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Cortland County Jury

 Reporting Message for Jurors
Jurors summoned to appear in Cortland Supreme Court on
September 24, 2018:
Do not report.
You will be given credit for jury service and will not be eligible to serve again for six years.
You need do nothing further.
You are excused with the thanks of the Court!
Jurors summoned for a different date or court:
Check back for updates.
The Commissioner of Jurors thanks all jurors
for your time, cooperation and contribution to our system of justice.

(Trial jurors only)  
Commissioner of Jurors
Elizabeth C. Wenz
Cortland County Courthouse
46 Greenbush Street
Cortland, NY  13045
Room 102
 Court Locations
Cortland County Courthouse
46 Greenbush Street
Cortland, NY  13045
Cortland City Court
City Hall
25 Court Street
Cortland, NY  13045
Trial Jurors Report to Rm. 201
Grand Jurors Report to Rm. 201
Town/Village Jurors check your summons for reporting address. 


General Information​ ​

Absence or Emergency ​   ​If illness or emergency prevents you from reporting, please call our office at 607-218-3365 after 8:30 a.m. on the day you are to report.
Accessibility   If you have a disability and need accommodation, call 607-218-3365 or 1-800-662-1220 for relay call.
Court Hours   Court normally operates from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with a lunch hour and breaks throughout the day.  Court sessions rarely continue beyond 5:00 p.m.
Electronics​  ​Cell phones and other electronic devices may be used in public areas of the Courthouse.  They must be turned off during jury selection and trial. There is public access Wi-Fi in the County courthouse.
Meals ​​There is a mid-day lunch break every day. There are several restaurants within walking distance or a short drive.
Parking/Transportation The court does not pay for transportation fares, parking fees or parking violations.  Parking is available in the Courthouse parking lot or on streets adjacent to the Courthouse.
Security  ​Court Officers are stationed throughout the court.  Members of the public must pass through a magnetometer to enter.  Please arrive early and allow extra time for this process.