Common Questions About the Whitehall Mayor's Court
When are cases heard?
The Whitehall Mayor’s Court hears cases every Tuesday starting at
8am with traffic arraignments. At 8:30, the court does sentence reviews,
and criminal arraignments begin at 9am followed by pretrials. Criminal
trials are heard on the second Tuesday of the month at 11am.
Who are the personnel at the Mayor’s Court?
The Whitehall Mayor’s Court has a Magistrate, a clerk of Court, a
Deputy Clerk of Court and a prosecutor assigned to each case. The current
presiding Magistrate is Sean Maxfield and the Clerk of Court is Duana Boiman.
Do I have to retain an attorney?
While it is not required that you bring an attorney to represent you in
Whitehall Mayor’s Court, we strongly suggest that you do so. In
particular, Koffel Brininger Nesbitt knows this court and is familiar with
its personnel, so contact us today to discuss your defense options.