OATH Resource

OATH in partnership with Councilmember Rita Joseph and Brooklyn Public Library
Brooklyn Public Library - Cortelyou Library 1305 Cortelyou Road at Argyle Road, Brooklyn 11226

New York City Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH) staff will be at the library to assist and educate people about what to do if they have received a summons. Staff will also be able to check and determine if someone has an outstanding summons and advise as to their options on how to proceed. OATH will also provide materials for individuals on remote hearings and other free resources provided by OATH.

OATH staff will be at the library to:

  • Answer questions about summonses
  • Answer questions about the hearing process
  • Check on the status of summonses
  • Help people understand the rules about how a summons can be responded to
  • Help people submit online defenses to summonses
  • Help people reschedule upcoming hearings or request new hearings after missed hearing dates
  • Help people understand the process and what is necessary after the hearing
2023-OATH resources 11-20-23

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