Whitehall OVI / DUI Attorney
Do you have charges pending in Whitehall, Ohio?
The city of Whitehall, located in Franklin County, is about 10 miles northeast of Columbus where The Koffel Law Firm is located. If you were arrested and have a case pending in Whitehall Mayor's Court or Franklin County Municipal Court, contact our firm.
We are one of the highest ranked DUI and OVI law firms in the state of Ohio. Aside from Koffel Law Firm, only two other firms in the state have received the honor of being named "Best Law Firms" in the area of DUI & OVI defense. Our work in the field of criminal defense has also earned us the following accolades:
- Best Lawyers in America (Brad Koffel, since 2008)
- Top 10 Criminal Defense Attorneys in Ohio (NACDA, Brad Koffel)
- Ohio Super Lawyers®
Arrested for OVI or another crime in Whitehall, Ohio? Contact The Koffel Law Firm at (614) 675-4845!
Need a lawyer to represent you in Whitehall Mayor's Court?
The Whitehall Mayor's Court handles all traffic violations, misdemeanors, and city ordinance violations. If your case is handled in this jurisdiction, your case will be heard by a Magistrate (the current Magistrate is Sean Maxfield) and there will be no jury. Some offenses committed in Whitehall are transferred to Franklin County Municipal Court. The Koffel Law Firm can represent you in either jurisdiction.
Where is the Whitehall Mayor's Court located?
The Whitehall Mayor's Court is located at 360 S. Yearling Road, Whitehall OH 43213. For direction, see the map below.
When will my case be heard?
For information about your court date, see your citation or contact the Whitehall Clerk of Court Office at (614) 675-4845. The mayor's court in Whitehall hears cases every Tuesday in order of case type. Starting at 8:00am, the court handles traffic arraignments. The last hearings, trials, start at 11:00 and only happen the second Tuesday every month.
Can I represent myself or do I need an attorney to accompany me?
While you do not have to have an attorney accompany you to court, we strongly recommend that you do. An attorney can protect your best interests and ensure that your case is resolved in the most favorable way possible. Contact The Koffel Law Firm to discuss representation.
What do I have to bring with me to court?
Before you go to your hearing at Whitehall Mayor's Court, make sure that you have a photo ID, your citation, and any necessary fees. If you cannot pay the fines or costs associated with your case, the court will give you some additional time to pay – however, the court asks that you bring a minimum of $50.