What makes you think this information would be available on a website? This information would be found in the police paperwork which isn't online. Your best bet is probably to reach out to the attorney who represented you and ask him/her for a copy of the paperwork.
If not sealed the information may be found in the court records. You can have someone go to the court and attempt to copy the file. Good luck.
I have been a criminal attorney in New York for almost 25 years. website: Brooklynlaw.net Phone #: 718-208-6094 email: firstname.lastname@example.org. This answer is only for informational purposes and is not meant as legal advice.
As attorneys Liebermann and Schwartz have indicated, this information will not be on line.
If you were represented, your attorney should still have your file from a 2005 case. If not, the court where you were convicted should be able to help you. It can be a laborious process, as the attorney's office may have sent your file off site to store, and it can be hard retrieving information form a court depending on a number of factors. In either case, it is easiest if you can go in person, though it sounds as if this may be difficult for you.
Best of luck with your treatment and home situation.
Christopher I. Simser, Sr.
269 West Jefferson Street, Second Floor
Syracuse, NY 13202
It can only be done at the clerk of the court of conviction.
Joseph A. Lo Piccolo, Esq.
Immediate Past President, Criminal Courts Bar Association 11'-12'
Hession Bekoff & Lo Piccolo
1103 Stewart Ave, Suite 200
Garden City, NY 11530
516-408-3666 (o) / 516-408-3833 (f)
I am a criminal defense attorney practicing in Nassau, Suffolk and New York City. The above information is not a substitution for a meeting whereas all potential legal issues can be discussed.
Contact the court for the court file. There are also investigative services out there that will retrieve the file for you for a nominal fee. Look for a firm that advertises that it does "litigation investigations" and or retrieves "court filings." You will have to provide them with your name, date of birth, and if you have it the docket number. You can also contact the attorney that represented you he may still have the file. Best of luck!