New Albany, OH Mayor’s Court
How to proceed if you’ve been accused of a crime in New Albany, OH
New Albany Mayor’s Court hears misdemeanor traffic and criminal cases that occur in New Albany. Some examples of cases they hear include:
- Traffic Citations (speeding, reckless driving, driving under suspension, etc)
- Child endangering
- Underage offenses
- Drug charges
New Albany officers can write you a ticket for either New Albany Mayor’s Court or the local Municipal Court. The majority of New Albany is located in Franklin County, but part of it is located in Licking County.
If you are charged with some offenses, including a second time OVI charge within 10 years or a Domestic Violence charge, the case will be set at the County courthouse. If you are charged with any misdemeanor besides a minor misdemeanor, you have the option to transfer the case to whatever county you were pulled over in. Our attorneys can help you make an informed decision on how to proceed.
New Albany Mayor’s Court is held once per week on Wednesday afternoons. The court is located at 99 W Main St, New Albany, OH 43054. Their website is: https://newalbanyohio.org/answers/court/.
The prosecutor in New Albany is Mitch Banchevsky and the magistrate rotates between Colleen Briscoe and Sean Maxfield. It is important to seek an attorney that is familiar with the local court processes and has established relationships with the magistrates and prosecutors. Wes Freeman and Chelsea Lund have been practicing law in New Albany Mayor’s Court for years and can assist you with any cases or inquiries set there.
Please call us at (614) 530-7209 if you have been charged with a criminal or traffic violation in New Albany Mayor’s Court.
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