Anyone who knows Bill Price only from his more than 35 years of serving as a judge in Southold Town might be surprised to learn he didn’t always walk a straight line.
Reflecting on his career and his life before the bench from his office inside a trailer attached to Southold Town Hall, Judge Price said it was a desire that people think of him as more earnest that led him to a legal career in the first place.
Solutions for storage and safety concerns at the Southold Town Justice Court are likely to come piecemeal, Councilman James Dinizio suggested at Tuesday’s work session. READ
Southold Town will need to find a new way to pay for upgrades to its justice court, engineer Michael Collins said this week, because savings from potential energy efficiencies to the town won’t cut it. READ
A 22-year-old homeless man who was arrested on a trespassing charge allegedly injured a police officer while resisting arrest inside Southold Town Justice Court Monday, Southold Town police said.
A Jamesport man accused of stealing $20 worth of lemon-flavored vodka during a Mattituck bar burglary nine years ago was arrested Sunday after police linked his DNA to the crime, according to law enforcement officials.
The former Southold justice court clerk convicted of stealing more than $230,000 from the town’s bail fund has filed a federal lawsuit claiming officials at the Suffolk County Jail refused to treat her for a broken hip suffered while in custody. READ
Nearly two years after initiating an audit of Southold Town’s Justice Court, the Town Board may pull the plug on it.
Those with long overdue parking tickets in Southold Town may have a chance this spring to pay them off without facing additional late penalties. READ
The offices of the Southold Town Justice Court offices may finally be getting an upgrade, much of which could be paid for through savings on energy, town engineers have said. READ
An independent audit of the Southold Town Justice Court’s finances, which started more than a year ago in the wake of a theft controversy at the court, is still ongoing, town officials said this week.
The audit — conducted by Albrecht, Viggiano, Zureck & Company at a cost of $36,000 — was approved by the Town Board in a March 2014 resolution.