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Amelia is one of many Ohio municipalities that has created a Mayor’s Court. This Court hears traffic cases, OVI (or DUI), driving under suspension (DUS), and other misdemeanors. Mayor’s Courts are presided over by a Magistrate.

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Bethel, home of Ulysses S. Grant, is one of many Ohio municipalities that has created a Mayor’s Court. This Court hears traffic cases, OVI (or DUI), driving under suspension (DUS), and other misdemeanors. Mayor’s Courts are presided over by a Magistrate.

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Loveland, the home of Salmon P. Chase and Jerry Springer, is one of many Ohio municipalities that has created a Mayor’s Court. This Court hears traffic cases, OVI (or DUI), driving under suspension (DUS), and other misdemeanors. Mayor’s Courts are presided over by a Magistrate.

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With a population of 6,284 people, the village of Milford has created a Mayor’s Court to hear traffic, OVI, DUI, DUS, and other misdemeanor cases. Ohio municipalities of all sizes house Mayor’s Courts. Mayor’s Courts are presided over by a Magistrate.

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Some Ohio municipalities have created Mayor’s Courts, as authorized by the Ohio Revised Code. These Courts hear traffic cases, OVI (or DUI), DUS, and other misdemeanors.

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Some Ohio municipalities have created Mayor’s Courts, as authorized by the Ohio Revised Code. These Courts hear traffic cases, OVI (or DUI), DUS, and other misdemeanors.

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The Moraine Police Department or Montgomery County Sheriff can cite first time offenders into the Moraine, Ohio Mayor’s Court. Mayor’s Courts are not courts of record, and a Defendant has the automatic right to appeal the case, regardless of the result. If a Defendant is not pleased with how the case was resolved in Moraine Mayor’s Court, the case can ...

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The Carlisle Police Department and the Warren County Sheriff can cite first time offenders into the Carlisle Mayor’s Court. Mayor’s Courts are not courts of record, and a Defendant has the automatic right to appeal the case, regardless of the result. If a Defendant is not pleased with how the case was resolved in Carlisle Mayor’s Court, the case can ...

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The Morrow Police Department or Warren County Sheriff can cite first time offenders into the Morrow Mayor’s Court. Mayor’s Courts are not courts of record, and a Defendant has the automatic right to appeal the case, regardless of the result. If a Defendant is not pleased with how the case was resolved in Morrow Mayor’s Court, the case can start ...

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