Upper Arlington, OH Mayor’s Court
How to proceed if you’ve been accused of a crime in Upper Arlington, OH
Upper Arlington Mayor’s Court hears misdemeanor traffic and criminal cases that occurred within the City of Upper Arlington, with some exceptions. Court is held every Thursday at noon at 3600 Tremont Road, in the same building as the Police Department. Their website is: https://upperarlingtonoh.gov/mayors-court/
UA Mayor’s Court has two prosecutors: Darren Shulman (City Attorney) and Darlene Petite. The Clerk of Court is Craig Stevens. There are four (4) magistrates: Janet Grubb, Scott VanDerKarr, Michael Close, and Robert Nichols. The probation officer is Joe Roush.
Types of cases our attorneys have handled in Upper Arlington:
- OVI, OVI Per Se
- Minor Misdemeanors (Marked Lanes, Traffic Control Device, Turn Signal, etc.)
- Open Container
- Drug Charges (Possession, Paraphernalia, etc.)
- Wrongful Influence of a Minor
- Hit-Skip (Failure to Stop After Accident)
- Failure to Control
- Resisting Arrest, Obstructing Official Business
- Accidents (Failure to Control, ACDA)
- Driving Under Suspension
- Child Endangerment
If you’ve been charged in Upper Arlington Mayor’s Court, it’s important to understand the penalties you are facing and the options you have. Freeman & Lund has represented clients in Upper Arlington for many years and is very familiar with the court process, prosecutor, and court personnel. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Please call us at (614) 282-4345 if you have been charged with a criminal or traffic violation in Upper Arlington Mayor’s Court.
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