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FAQ Topic: Mayors Court FAQs
Contact Montgomery Mayor’s Court at 513-985-1606.
Traffic tickets may be paid online at http://www.ohioticketpayments.com/montgomery/DocketSearch.php or at the Montgomery Police Department, 10150 Montgomery Road. Additional questions, call 513-985-1600.
If you are not satisfied with the decision of the Court, you have the right, under certain rules, to appeal to a higher Court. When a valid appeal bond is filed, your case will be transferred to the Hamilton County Municipal Court. You are then entitled to a new trial before a different judge or … Continued
Classification: First Degree (M-1) Length of Imprisonment: up to 180 days Fine: $0 – $1,000.00 Classification: Second Degree (M-2) Length of Imprisonment: up to 90 days Fine: $0 – $750.00 Classification: Third Degree (M-3) Length of Imprisonment: up to 60 days Fine: $0 – $500.00 Classification: Fourth Degree (M-4) Length of Imprisonment: up to 30 … Continued
You can obtain a copy of your driving record from the BMV by visiting www.bmv.ohio.gov. There you can obtain information about any license suspensions or any money owed to the BMV for reinstatement or other fees. The local BMV reinstatement office is located at 10948 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati 45231.
If you were cited to appear in Montgomery Mayor’s Court, the Montgomery Code of Ordinances is located at: http://www.amlegal.com/montgomery_oh/. If you were cited to appear at the Hamilton County Municipal Court, the Ohio Revised Code is located at: http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/.
We accept cash, money order, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. You may also pay your citation online at www.ohioticketpayments.com.
In some cases you may obtain a continuance on your case by visiting the Safety Center and signing a time waiver, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.. The Safety Center is located at 10150 Montgomery Road. If your case qualifies for a continuance it will be continued for up … Continued
If you are charged with an offense that carries a possible fine of more than $150 or that carries the possibility of jail time, you have the right to a jury trial. All jury trials take place in the Hamilton County Municipal Court, in downtown Cincinnati. The services of an attorney are highly recommended if … Continued