Obetz Mayor's Court
On this page, you will find information on the Obetz Mayor’s Court. This information can help those who are going through the Obetz Mayor’s Court for a DUI / OVI case or vehicular homicide / vehicular assault case. Taking the time to understand more about the system, as well as your offense, will give you a bit more insight and reduce stress. Understanding the law and the court process is not always easy, so you should consider hiring an attorney to answer your questions and represent you in court.Contact Info for Obetz Mayor’s Court
Address: 4175 Alum Creek Drive, Obetz, OH 43207
Website: Obetz Mayor’s Court
The mayor’s court handles misdemeanor criminal and traffic violations that occur within the jurisdiction of Obetz. The mayor appoints a magistrate to oversee the cases, and the current magistrate is Magistrate Robert Krapenc. The prosecutor for the cases that come through the court is Michael Hess. Some of the common types of cases seen at the court include:
- DUI / OVI
- Vehicular Homicide
- Vehicular Assault
Mayor’s Court is held every Wednesday at 5:00 pm. To get into the court, go to the above address and then enter through the police department entrance. Once you are inside, they can direct you as to where you need to go.What Does The Clerk Of Court Do?
The Clerk of Court processes and retains court documents and also is responsible for money paid to the court for fines and other costs. In addition, the Clerk will let the BMV know about convictions, points, and suspensions that might occur as punishment. Those who have questions about the court and the cases should start by contacting the Clerk of Court for clarification.Tickets That Don’t Require A Court Appearance
If you have a ticket that doesn’t require you to go to court, you can actually pay it through the mail with cashier’s checks or money orders. If you pay in person, you can also use MasterCard and Visa.Transferring Your Case
You have the right to transfer your case from the Mayor’s Court to a municipal court if you prefer. Of course, you want to make sure you understand everything that a transfer entails before you do. Always consult with your attorney before deciding whether to transfer your case. If you receive a conviction through the Obetz Mayor’s Court, you can always file an appeal of the conviction. Transferring or appealing your case will move your case from the Mayor’s Court to the Franklin County Municipal Court.Working With Clients In The Obetz Mayor’s Court
My practice focuses on DUI / OVI defense and Vehicular Homicide / Vehicular Assault defense. I have the skills and the experience needed to help you with your case, and I work with clients in the Obetz Mayor’s Court. Feel free to check out my profile to learn more about me, as well as results from other cases and reviews from clients. Based on my expertise and service, my fees are fairly high. To set up a free phone consultation, you can EMAIL ME or call me at 614-717-1177.