Grove City Mayor's Court

Criminal And DUI / OVI Cases In The Grove City Mayor's Court

This page contains information on the Grove City Mayor’s Court. Before you have your first hearing for a DUI / OVI or criminal offense, reviewing the information on this page and throughout this website can help you. The more you know about the court you will be attending, and the more you know about your particular case, the better off you will be. It is also beneficial to know more about criminal defense lawyers before hiring an attorney.

Court Contact Information

Address: 3360 Park Street, Grove City, OH, 43123
Phone: 614-277-1715
Website: Grove City Mayor’s Court

Types of Cases Heard In The Grove City Mayor’s Court

All misdemeanor offenses that occur in the geographic boundaries of Grove City may go through the Grove City Mayor’s Court. The court hears all misdemeanor cases, including:

  • DUI / OVI
  • Vehicular Homicide
  • Vehicular Assault
More Court Information

The current Clerk of Courts is Joy Bedard and the Assistant Clerk of Courts is Margie Badurina. The court is now offering an online system for accepting payments for tickets that do not require a court appearance. For cases that do require a court appearance, a magistrate appointed by the Mayor conducts the court sessions for those cases. The court sessions are held each Wednesday and have a timetable they use for each type of case they hear.

  • 9AM – Failure to comply cases
  • 10AM – Arraignments for criminal cases and minor traffic cases
  • 11AM – Cases that need to have an interpreter
  • 1PM – Pretrial hearings
  • 2:30PM – Major traffic offenses, OVI, driving under suspension
  • 3:30PM – Trial cases
Transferring Your Case and the Appeal Process

The Grove City Mayor’s Court is not a court of record. If you prefer to have your case heard by a court of record, you always have the right to request a transfer to the Franklin County Municipal Court. This is something you will want to discuss with your attorney first. He or she will let you know whether transferring the case is the right decision for you.

If you are found guilty in the mayor’s court, you can appeal your case and move it to a municipal court. From the time of the conviction, you have ten days to file your appeal, and that includes weekends. You will file the appeal with the Grove City Mayor’s Court, and the case will begin anew in the Franklin County Municipal Court. An attorney can help you decide whether to appeal and can assist you with the appeal.

Getting the Right Help for Your Case

The focus of our practice is DUI / OVI defense and vehicular homicide / vehicular assault defense and we represent clients in the Grove City Mayor’s Court. Having an attorney that offers real experience with cases just like yours can be very helpful. You can find out more information about us by accessing our profile, and you can look at the firm overview to learn more about our practice. You can also see what clients have to say about us, as well as our past case results.

We know just how important your case is to you, and that’s why we limit the number of cases we take, so we can give your case the full attention it needs. Based on this level of service and our expertise, our fees are relatively high. If you are ready to get more information on how we can assist you with your case, you can EMAIL or call us at 614-717-1177 to set up a free phone consultation.

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