Gahanna Mayor's Court

Criminal Charges And DUI/OVI Charges In The Gahanna Mayor's Court

This page offers information about the Gahanna Mayor’s Court. Anyone charged with a misdemeanor offense, such as DUI/OVI, and who will be going through the court needs to consider finding legal help for the matter. It would be beneficial to read the information in this site and learn as much as you can about your current situation before going to court. Before hiring an attorney, learn more about what makes a highly qualified defense lawyer, and be choosy about which one to hire. Take your time and find the attorney who is right for you and your case.

For More Information about the Gahanna Mayor’s Court

Address: 200 South Hamilton, Gahanna, OH 43230
Phone: (614) 342-4080
Website: Gahanna Mayor’s Court

Misdemeanor Cases In Gahanna, Ohio

The Gahanna Mayor’s Court sees misdemeanor cases that occur in the jurisdiction of the Gahanna Police Department. The only misdemeanor cases they do not see are second offense DUI/OVI, second offense driving under DUI/OVI suspension or financial responsibility suspension. Some of the types of cases heard in the court include:

  • DUI/OVI
  • Vehicular Homicide
  • Vehicular Assault
Judges and Prosecuting Attorneys

In the Gahanna Mayor’s Court, cases are heard by a magistrate rather than a judge. The magistrate, who presides as the judicial officer, is appointed by the mayor, the head executive official. Cases are prosecuted by Raymond J. Mularski, the city prosecutor, as well as assistant prosecutors.

Court Procedures In The Gahanna Mayor’s Court

The court is in session at 9:00 AM every Thursday. The court is in the Gahanna City Hall Building. To learn more about court appearances, fines, and procedures, you can contact the Clerk of Court’s office by calling the number above.

Transferring Cases Out of the Mayor’s Court

It is possible to transfer your case from the Gahanna Mayor’s Court to a court of record if you and your attorney feel it is in your best interest to do so. If you decide that you want to transfer your case, or if you decide to appeal, your case will go to the Franklin County Municipal Court. From the date of the conviction, you have ten days to file your appeal with the office. Deciding to transfer your case is a rather important decision, and is one you should not try to make on your own. Instead, you will want to take the time to talk with an attorney about the possibility of transferring your case as well as whether it really is in your best interest to do so.

Retain A Qualified Attorney

I practice in the Gahanna Mayor’s Court, and I handle DUI/OVI cases and vehicular homicide/vehicular assault cases. To find out more about me, check out my profile and the firm overview. Read some testimonials from clients I have helped in the past and review my case results. It is important to research attorneys thoroughly so you find someone who has the experience, the drive, and the dedication to help you with your case. To learn more about what I offer and to speak with me about representing you in the Gahanna Mayor’s Court, you can contact me by calling 614-717-1177, or you can send me an email to set up a consultation. My fees are on the high end, but the initial phone consultation is free.