Office of the District Attorney
Michael D. Calarco
Office of District Attorney
Hall of Justice
54 Broad Street
Lyons, New York 14489
The Wayne County District Attorney’s Office remains open and is operating within the confines of the restrictions imposed by Federal, State and County directives. However, the office is currently closed to the public.
If you are experiencing an emergency that requires a law enforcement response please dial 911 for assistance. For members of law enforcement, court personnel and attorneys who need to contact the District Attorney’s Office regarding a non-emergency matter; it is recommended that you e-mail the office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Law enforcement that require immediate assistance should contact the 911 Center at 315-946-5003 and request to be put in communication with the on-call Assistant District Attorney. Please note, phone calls to the office will not be answered and you will not be able to leave a message.
If you are the victim of a crime, please call the number for the Victim/Witness Coordinator and leave a message. She will be checking her messages periodically. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please stay safe and be well!
I welcome you to the website of the Wayne County District Attorney’s Office, you will find information regarding our duties and responsibilities, the service we offer, and the courts we serve.
The District Attorney is a state constitutional officer, elected by the county electorate for a four-year term. As the county’s chief law enforcement officer, the District Attorney is responsible for the prosecution of all violations of the law that occur within the county’s borders. These prosecutions include felonies, misdemeanors, violations, and traffic infractions.
The District Attorney is regularly called upon to advise various law enforcement agencies throughout the county.
The success we achieve is due to the hard work and dedication of quality prosecutors in this office, and to solid investigative work performed by well-trained police officers throughout Wayne County.
Wayne County is a peaceful, quiet rural community. Our residents have a proud heritage of respect for the laws of our nation, state and county. I will continue to fight crime and protect the People of Wayne County. The fight against crime is an ongoing struggle, but we can enjoy continued success if we work together to make Wayne County a safe place to live, work, and raise families.