New York Traffic Ticket Court Directory

Andover Village Court

Andover Village Court is located in Allegany county and is one of over 1300 justice courts located in New York State. Justice courts are vested with the authority to handle misdemeanor criminal cases such as petit larceny, criminal contempt, assault, and criminal possession of controlled substance in the seventh degree; driving while intoxicated (DWI); traffic violations and misdemeanors, such as speeding and cell phone use and aggravated unlicensed operation, in addition to civil cases up to $3,000.


Andover Village Court
P.O. Box 721
Andover, NY 14806

Phone: (607) 478-8830

Fax: (607) 478-8928


If you would like to speak to an attorney about your case in Andover Village Court, please call (315) 364-1155 for a free consultation. 





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