Bexley Mayor's Court
Knowing what you are facing is important when you find out you have to go to court. The information on this page will provide you with information on the Bexley Mayor’s Court and what you need to know about going to court there. Anyone facing a DUI / OVI offense or criminal offense should learn more about their particular type of offense as well. It also helps to find the right type of attorney to help you with your case; an attorney who has experience helping people with cases like yours. Before hiring an attorney, you’ll want to do some research to make sure you make a good decision.To Find More Information on the Bexley Mayor’s Court
Address: 2242 East Main Street
Website: Bexley Mayor’s Court
The court hears misdemeanor cases involving violations of state laws and city ordinances that occur in the city limits. As the judicial branch for the city, the court collects payments for violations that don’t require a court appearance, as well as cases that do require a court appearance, such as:
- DUI / OVI
- Drug Offenses
- Underage Drinking
The Bexley Mayor is responsible for the administration of the court, and the mayor appoints magistrates to hear the cases. The current magistrate is Jason Dolin. The court records are maintained by the Clerk of Court, and that office also processes payment of fines and court costs.Court Hours
The court is in session every other Thursday starting at 9:00 am. The magistrate presides over all of the cases including the arraignments, pretrial hearings, financial hearings, and probation revocation hearings. The Clerk of Court has office hours from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. Those who need to pay their fines can do so at the clerk of court office during those times.What if You Want to Transfer Your Case?
In some instances, it might be a good idea to transfer your case out of the Bexley Mayor’s Court. It is not a court of record, and they can’t hold jury trials there. Sometimes, going to a court of record is a better solution, so you may want to transfer your case to the Franklin County Municipal Court. This is not the type of decision you want to make on your own. Instead, it is important to speak with an attorney about the pros and cons of transferring your case. You can also appeal your case to the Municipal Court in the event of an unfavorable outcome in the Mayor’s Court.Attrney For DUI/OVI Cass In The Bexley Mayor's Court
My practice focuses on DUI/OVI defense and criminal defense, and I can help. I’ve worked with clients (including college students) in the Bexley Mayor’s Court before, and I can assist you too. You can find out more information about me, the results of my past cases, and what clients say on this site. Do your research and see if I am the right attorney for you. If you want to talk about how I can help, EMAIL ME or call me at 614-717-1177 today to set up a phone consultation. My fees are on the high end, but the initial phone consultation is free.