“I have your back”
Honeoye Falls Village Court is located on the first floor of the Village Hall on East Street, and the Mendon Town Court is located on the second floor of the Upper Mill, which sits on West Main Street, right at the falls.
The courts of the Town and Village share different facilities and different clerks, but they have one thing in common. The justices of each court are very experienced attorneys who rarely miss a thing. Mr. Militello knows this, and when he prepares cases, he takes great care to make sure that every “i” is dotted, and every “t” is crossed. This attention to detail pays off for our clients.
Case in point: we took on a DWI case in which our client had allegedly been in an accident in the Village of Honeoye Falls, only to be arrested later that night for a DWI in Lima. The alleged accident resulted in a number of traffic violations in Honeoye Falls Village Court, each of which was dismissed on our motion. With all the charges in Honeoye Falls dismissed, it cleared the way for dealing with the Lima charges.
Mendon is a beautiful town, but sometimes bad things happen in beautiful places. Two Honeoye Falls teenagers have been killed in automobile collisions during the last few years – both crashes involved alcohol. Years ago a young man fell into the ravine behind Harry Allen Park and was killed when he hit his head on the rocks below. Back in the late 80’s a gun-toting criminal robbed the local grocery store and then shot a young man in the leg while trying to make his escape.
Mr. Militello graduated from Honeoye Falls-Lima High School, and lived in Mendon for almost two decades. He knows the back roads, and the schools, and the businesses. If you have a problem inside or outside of the Village that requires legal attention, we hope you will contact us.