Where is the Minerva Park Mayor’s Court?
The Minerva Park Mayor’s Court is located at 2829 Minerva Lake Rd,
Columbus, OH 43231.
If you need to contact the court, the direct line is 614-882-1408 or 614-899-1296
When are Mayor’s Court hearings held?
Mayor’s Court hearings in Minerva Park are held on Tuesdays. The
doors open at 11am. The exception to this rule would be holidays. Check
your citation or notice of arrest to learn when your hearing is scheduled.
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Who oversees Mayor’s Court cases?
The Ohio Revised Code designates the Mayor as the overseer of the Mayor’s
Courts. This responsibility allows the Mayor to both hear and determine
prosecution for a violation of a Minerva Park ordinance, criminal statute,
or traffic law. Minerva Park Mayor’s Court and the Mayor of Minerva
Park only hear cases involving violations that originate within the boundaries
of that municipality.
Minerva Park Mayor’s Court: Defining the Terms
Before your hearing at the Minerva Park Mayor’s Court, it is important
to understand the personnel you will encounter and what their roles are.
The magistrate has the same powers and authority as the Mayor does. Magistrates
hear cases when the Mayor appoints them to do so.
This individual is responsible for prosecuting the cases brought before
the Minerva Park Mayor’s Court or appointing assistants to do so
when he or she is unable.
Clerk of Courts
The Clerk of Courts is responsible for handling documents relating to
your case, including court orders, docketing, and money deposits. The
Clerk of Courts would also be the individual responsible for corresponding
with the Ohio BMV to suspend the licenses of people convicted of OVIs
in the court.