What cases does the Reynoldsburg Mayor's Court not handle?
The Reynoldsburg Mayor's Court does handle most misdemeanor criminal and
traffic violations, however, there are some exceptions. The Reynoldsburg
Mayor's Court does not handle:
When and where does the Mayor's Court in Reynoldsburg meet?
Reynoldsburg Mayor's Court is in session every Thursday starting at 9am
with the exception of court holidays. The court is located at:
- 7232 E Main St, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
For a confidential evaluation of your case,
call (614) 675-4845.
Reynoldsburg Court Personnel
Having "Mayor" in the title of this court is a bit misleading,
as the Mayor of Reynoldsburg does not actually hear the cases. All cases
heard in this court are handled by a magistrate who is appointed by the
Mayor. The magistrate is usually an attorney or former judge. Other court
- The Clerk of Courts – Leslie N. Clark
- Assistant Clerk of Courts – Pamela Menear
- Deputy Clerks – Stephanie Smith
How do I know which court will handle my case?
The jurisdiction will usually appear on the citation itself. If it does
not appear there or you cannot find the information and you know you were
issued the citation in Reynoldsburg, check with the Reynoldsburg Clerk
of Courts to see if your case has been set for a hearing. It is extremely
important to show up to the correct court on the scheduled date and time.
If you do not, a warrant could be issued for your arrest.
Do I need a lawyer in Reynoldsburg Mayor's Court?
While you certainly have the right to retain an attorney, you can represent
yourself in this venue. However, we strongly recommend against it. An
experienced attorney who is familiar with the court personnel and proceedings
can give you an advantage.
Changing Jurisdiction to Municipal Court
Because Reynoldsburg is in
Franklin County as well as Fairfield and Licking Counties, cases that originate in Reynoldsburg
Mayor's Court could change jurisdiction to Franklin, Fairfield or Licking
County Municipal Court. Multiple parties could petition for this, including
the magistrate, prosecutor, or the defendant. You can also appeal a Reynoldsburg
magistrate's decision regarding your case as long as you do so within
10 days. If an appeal is granted, your case will change jurisdiction.