District Attorney

Responsibility

The District Attorney is the chief law enforcement official in the county. There is one District Attorney elected in each of the 62 counties throughout New York State. The District Attorney is responsible for prosecuting all violations of New York State law that occur within the county, including: Felonies, Misdemeanors, Violations and Traffic Offenses.The District Attorney is also an advisor, advocate, investigator and legal scholar to the grand jury and police agencies in the county, with the ultimate goal of assuring that justice is accomplished for everyone.

NEW ***Traffic Ticket Reduction Request***

NEW***Solcitudes de Reduccion de Trafico***


THE EDUCATIONAL COURSES PROVIDED ON LINE ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR AN EVALUATION OR TREATMENT AS MANDATED BY THE NYS STATUES, NYS DMV, THE CAYUGA COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEYS OFFICE OR BY THE COURTS IN CAYUGA COUNTY.

DISCLAIMER: Before emailing any requests/questions to the District Attorney's Office please review our Traffic Policy  

Non-Traffic Charge Reduction eLearning Courses


Directory of Cayuga County Justice Courts  

Assistant District Attorney Justice Court Assignment  

Combat Heroin in New York  

Tips for Preventing Exploitation of Children  

Pistol Permit Public Records Exemption Form   


Resources

Pistol Permit Public Records Exemption

For public records exemption (opt out), please complete the Pistol Permit Public Records Exemption Form (PDF) and then bring it to the Cayuga Sheriff's Office located at:
7445 County House Road
Auburn, NY 13021

Driving While Intoxicated

View a video that shows a different perspective on drinking and driving called "I Killed a Man."