Marysville Municipal Court
When you are facing a DUI / OVI or criminal charge in the Marysville Municipal Court, you need to learn as much as possible about the charges, the court, and defense lawyers. This page provides you with information on the court. Various pages in this site provide information about different charges, and other pages discuss defense lawyers. Take your time to learn as much about your situation as you can. Educating yourself will help you be prepared for hiring an attorney and going to court.Contact Information For The Marysville Municipal Court
Address: 1250 West Fifth Street, Marysville, OH 43040
Website: Marysville Municipal Court
The Marysville Municipal Court hears misdemeanor offenses that occur in Union County, including criminal cases and traffic cases. Common types of cases that go through the court include:
- DUI / OVI
- Vehicular homicide and assault
There is one judge in the Marysville Municipal Court, Judge Mike Grigsby, and he has been on the bench since 1999. The prosecution in this court is provided by the office of the Marysville Law Director. The court is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, and the court is closed on weekends and holidays. Fines are paid in the office of the Clerk of Court. If you go to court and are ordered to pay a fine, you should expect to pay the fine the same day, as you will probably not be given additional time to pay.Case Process In The Marysville Municipal Court
The first step of the process for criminal and DUI / OVI cases is the arraignment. At the arraignment, you will be given the choice of pleading guilty, no contest, or not guilty. If you plead guilty or no contest, you will likely be sentenced on the same day as the arraignment. If you plead not guilty, you will have the opportunity to see the evidence against you and defend yourself against the accusation. It is helpful to have an attorney defend you if you choose to plead not guilty.
After the arraignment is a discovery conference, at which time the defense and the prosecution exchange evidence. Next is a combination of the pretrial hearing and motion hearing. The pretrial hearing is for negotiating with the prosecutor for a plea bargain. If there is an agreement regarding a plea bargain, it is finalized in front of the judge. If there is not an agreement, there is an evidentiary hearing on any motions that have been filed. If the case is not resolved at this hearing, it proceeds to a trial. At the trial, you are presumed innocent, and the prosecution has to prove your guilt to the jury or judge. If the judge or jury finds you guilty, the judge will hold a sentence hearing and announce your sentence.Attorney For Contesting Cases In The Marysville Municipal Court
If you intend to plead not guilty and contest your case, you need to have someone defending you who has your best interests in mind, and you need a lawyer with experience. We have experience in the Marysville Municipal Court, and we have expertise in DUI / OVI defense and vehicular homicide / vehicular assault defense. You can learn more about us in my profile, and you can learn more about our law office in the firm overview. You can also check out our past case results and past client reviews. If you want to schedule a time to talk, you can EMAIL or call us at 614-717-1177 to set up a free phone consultation.