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 advisor to the grand jury and police agencies in the county, with the ultimate goal of ensuring that justice is accomplished for everyone.
"PERSONS CHARGED UNDER SECTIONS 1192 (ANY DWI/DWAI/DWAI DRUGS) OR 1198 (IGNITION INTERLOCK DEVICE) OF THE VEHICLE AND TRAFFIC LAW ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR REDUCTIONS OF THEIR CHARGES THROUGH THIS WEBSITE/TRAFFIC SAFETY COURSE."
Please note that due to a high volume of online requests, it may take up to 4 weeks to process. If you do not receive a reduction offer via email within 4 weeks, please call or email to check the status.
Pistol Permit Public Records Exemption
For public records exemption (opt out), please complete the Pistol Permit Public Records Exemption Form (PDF) Opens in New Window 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."
Domestic Violence Resources
For other Resources please click on the Help Resources tab.