Justice Court

Court is held Tuesday evenings at 6 pm. 

 The court office does not answer phone calls during Court.


Town of Tully Justice Court

The Assistant District Attorney is scheduled to come in on

Dec 11th at 5pm.  **Note Time**

You must have your driver's abstract and any other supporting documents with you. 

Please call the court office (315-696-5884) before noon on 09/03/2018

to be scheduled on the docket. 


 Justice Court Street Location

Tully Town Hall (rear entrance) 5833 Meetinghouse Rd. Tully, NY 13159

Mailing Address

Town of Tully Justice Court PO Box 126 Tully, NY 13159

Office Hours

M-Th 9:00am-1:00pm Telephone: (315) 696-5884 Fax: (315) 696-0114

Payments are taken M-Th 9:15am – 12:30pm

A 2.99% service fee will be assessed when paying by credit card through the Court Office. Please note neither the municipality of Tully nor Tully Town Court receives any portion of the service fee.


The Court has received an accusatory instrument from Law Enforcement alleging you have committed an offense.  You are presumed innocent until proven guilty.  You have the right to retain an attorney now or at any stage in the course of these proceedings.  You are required to answer the ticket to prevent suspension of your license or a default judgment against you.

If you wish to  PLEAD GUILTY AS CHARGED, you understand that you waive your right to a trial and accept responsibility of the sentencing of the presiding Judge for the penalties of the charge.  You may withdraw your plea of guilty at any time prior to sentencing and exercise your right to trial. **The court does not have the authority to reduce points associated with a guilty plea. It is the responsibility of the driver to be aware of the points penalty.  This information can be found on the DMV website.**

If you wish to PLEAD NOT GUILTY  to the charge(s), please send your plea to the Court for an adjournment date to allow time for you to communicate with the Onondaga County District Attorney’s Office concerning an alternative disposition.  The People of the State of New York are represented by the prosecution, and are responsible for proving the charge or charges against you.