What is a Certificate of Disposition?
A Certificate of Disposition is a document that details the current status or the final disposition of a criminal case. The Certificate of Disposition will have the raised court seal.
Certificate of Disposition
What is a Certificate of Disposition for Bail Exoneration purposes?
A Certificate of Disposition is a document that states that bail was exonerated in a criminal case. If you posted a bond in a criminal case, and the criminal case is now over you will need a Certificate of Disposition that states the bail was exonerated in order to obtain your collateral back. The bail bondsman one will require one with the court seal.
Certificate of Disposition for Bail Exoneration Purposes
How Much Do We Charge To Obtain a Certificate of Disposition?
We charge $100.00 for (1) one visit to the clerks office in any of the five boroughs of New York City to obtain the certificate of disposition. The court fee of $10.00 is in addition to our fee. The total cost is $110.00.
What happens if I have more then (1) certificate of disposition in a certain court?
If it is in the same court, we only charge you the additional $10.00 cost to obtain the second certificate of disposition.
What is the turn around time to obtain a Certificate of Disposition?
Generally, it takes (1) week. However, some times there are factors outside of control that delay the process. Rush service is available.
How will I receive my Certificates of Disposition?
Upon receipt of your Certificate of Disposition, we upload our our online case management system and mail out the original by first class mail. If you need it sooner, you can pay $20.00 for overnight shipping.
What Do I Need To Get Started?
Please visit the Hire Us section of the website. There are two (2) forms there. The first form is the authorization and the intake form. Please fill this form out as completely as possible. Please return the original to our office.
What Happens If The Case was Dismissed or Sealed?
In order for us to obtain your Certificate of Disposition we will need an original notarized authorization. If you do not know whether your case was dismissed or sealed, please send an original regardless. This way you will avoid paying for a second trip to obtain a certificate of disposition.
Can You Obtain Certificates of Disposition for other States?
Yes, we are able to obtain Certificates of Disposition from all over the United States. Please contact us for further details and for rates.
How Can I Pay?
You can pay by credit card, check, cash, or Paypal. Paymennts can be made online here: www.spodeklawgroup.com/payments
Can I Come By Your Office?
Yes, please feel free to contact us and come by our main office located at:
100 Church Street, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10007
Can I Call and Speak to Someone About My Situation?
Yes, please call (347) 292-8630
Can I Speak With Someone in Spanish?
Yes, please call (347) 292-8630
What Happens If I Was Arrested and Never Ultimately Charged By The NYPD?
If you were arrested by NYPD or other government agency, and the NYPD declined to press formal charges. This is called a voided arrest. We can obtain your official New York Criminal History Search or an FBI Criminal History to confirm that no voided arrest is on your record.
What Happens if Was Arrested But Released From Central Booking?
If you were arrested, and brought to central booking for your arraignment and let go from central booking the District Attorney’s office declined to prosecute you. In a situation like this, you were never docketed and there is no Certificate of Disposition available. However, we can obtain an undocketed arrest or 343 letter on your behalf.
We can assist you in obtaining the necessary documents. Call us at (347) 292-8630.
Questions? Contact us today.
If you need assistance obtaining a certificate of disposition or other legal documents, call our office 24/7 for a free consultation.