Comments: 5th Judicial District



Dear Mrs. S.:

This is just a letter to say thank-you very much for all that you have done for me; I appreciate your help, when no one else would bother, its nice to know that at least one person in this system cares about inmates, all of us are not bad people, just some wrong decisions in life. Again thank you and keep up the good work.

Sincerely,

 



Hon. JeBiey R M.
Chief Judge Syracuse City Court
Public Safery Building
Syracuse, New York 13202

Re: Mary G.

Dear Judge M.:

I am submitting this letter on behalf of Mary G. to let you know what a time job Ms. G. is doing at the Syracuse City Court Clerk's Office, Criminal Division.

As you know, I have been practicing before this Court for many years, and for the past serveral years have been on a few core assignment panels. With the volume of paperwork generated by being on a core panel, I have fund Ms. G. to be most helpful in answering my questions about particular cases, preparing the necessary paperwork advising me of my client 's charges, and in accepting for filing the various motion papers and other notices that are needed to smoothly transition a case from an initial appearance, towards a trial.

I just thought that you should be aware of what a pleasant, knowledgeable, and obviosly dedicated employee you have with Ms. O..

Respectfully,

John A. L.



Hon. Jeffrey R. M.
Chief Judge Syracuse City Court
Public Safety Building
Syracuse, New York 13202

Re: Dorene C.

Dear Judge M.:

I am submitting this letter on behalf of Dorene C. to let you know what a fine job Ms. C. is doing at the Syracuse City Court Judge's Office.

As you know, I have been practicing before this Court for many years, and for the past several years have been on a few core assignment panels. the With volume of telephone calls, FAXing, correspondence, and adjournments generated by being on a core panel, I have found Ms. C. to be most helpfuI in answering questions about particular cases, accepting telephone calls, and in accepting for filing various correspondence, FAXcs other notices that are needed to smoothly transition a case from an initial appearance towards disposition or trial.

I just thought that you should be aware of what a pleasant, knowledgeable, and obviously dedicated employee you have with Ms. C. without whom the Court would not function as well as it currently does.

Respectfully,

John A. L.

 

 

Honorable William R. L., Chief Clerk

Oswego City Court

20 West Oneida Street

Oswego, NY 13126

Dear Mr. L.,

It is with gratitude and appreciation that we thank you for your most gracious help and assistance yesterday. Your kindness in helping us procure a much needed letter is appreciated.

The professionlism and interest you showed as well as with other cases that were handled that day greatly impressed us. In your demeanor and in your execution we had witnessed a true public servant at his highest caliber, and to whom we are most grateful.

With prayers and good wishes

John and Winifred

 

 

 

Anthony J. P., Deputy Chief Clerk

City of Syracuse Criminal Courthouse

505 State Street, 4th FLR

Syracuse, NY 13202

Dear Tony,

I wanted to drop you a note and thank you for all your extra effort and assistance recently while we sorted through difficulties related to the return of bail. I sincerely appreciate your attention to the details of this matter and in trying to achieve a resolution that would still protect and compley with all requirements of your office.

Best wishes in the New Year,

Steven

Green & Seifter, Attorneys, PLLC

 

 

 

Lorie,

Thank you so much for helping me with that Order of Protection last week. Your professionlism, spirit of excellence and friendly attitude speak for themselves. The city is lucky to have you.

Wendy

Caseworker, Department of Social Services, Children Division

 

 

 

Oneida County Executive

Oneida County Office Bldg

800 PArk Avenue

Utica, NY 13501

 

Mr. G.,

I am writing this letter to inform you of the kindness and respect which I have received from the Oneida County Family Court Clerks Office. I received assistence from a Ms. Michelle K. The depth of Ms. K.'s efficiency in handling my matter is humbly appreciated.

She is a very professional and courteous person and must be commended. The examiners and clerks are super and give me hope for the future. Please convey my sentiments to the proper department heads and supervisors. Thank you.

Sincerely,

William

 

 

 

Patty S., Supervisor of Records Unit

Onondaga County Family Court

Dear Patty:

Every now and then I have to tell you how much I appreciate the courtesy and patience, as well as the diligence of the people in your office. In this instance, I am especially greatful to your co-worker Barbara.

I was over in the Court looking for one single page, a missing trial exhibit for an assigned appeal, in the file of some poor five year old whose legal history has generated more paper than Steven K. After I had gone through several times, Barbara, who had an organized file before I tramped through it, took time to go through every file and folder until she found the exhibit. She then reorganized the file and photo-copied for me all my gleanings, and as always in your office, did it with the utmost kindness and patience.

I have often observed the conditions in your office, and the unending parade of distressed, confused and even angry petitioners who come in every day. This has to be wearing. But your office and its employees always treat everyone with patience and respect while getting the job done.

Sincerely,

Robert

Legal Aid Society