Frequently Asked Questions
- How Can I Communicate with the Judge?
- You can read more on this topic at expartecommunications.pdf
- Where is the court located?
- The court is located at 10 N. First St. in downtown Miamisburg.
- When is the clerk's office open?
- The clerk's office is open 8a-4:30p Monday through Friday.
- Is the clerk's office closed during lunch?
- The clerk's office remains open during lunch hours.
- How can I pay my ticket?
- You can pay your fines at the court building, over the phone, on-line by visiting the court's website, or send check or money order to:
Miamisburg Municipal Court
10 N. First St.
Miamisburg, Ohio 45342
- Will the court issue a warrant over a traffic ticket?
- Yes, the court does issue warrants over unpaid traffic tickets, or your failure to appear on the assigned court date.
- When is my court date?
- You can look up your court case on the court website front page by selecting "search records". You can also call the main number (866-2203) and speak to a deputy clerk. Select the option for Traffic and Criminal.
- When is open court?
- Monday through Friday at 9am. Arrive early to get through security, and to check in at the clerk's office.
- How can I find out how much I owe, or when my payment is due?
- You may find all case information on the website by selecting "pay online", or "search records". If you cannot find the information you need, please call a deputy clerk at 866-2203.
- What if I can't pay my fine?
- If you are unable to pay your fine, you may be eligible to get on a payment plan with the court. The payment arrangement clerk meets clients Monday through Friday between 8:30a-10:00a only. No appointment is necessary, but is on a "first come, first served" basis.
- How can I find out if my driver's license is valid?
- You can find out is you are valid by visiting the Ohio BMV website at http://bmv.ohio.gov/suspension_reinstatement.stm or call the BMV at 614-752-7600. Click BMV Directions for directions to the Cincinnati reinstatement center.
- Legal Terminology Brochure
- How do I notify the credit bureaus that my judgment has been satisfied?
- If the judgement has been satisfied, you may request a copy of the satisfaction and send it to all three major credit bureaus. If you need a certified copy, there is a $5 charge.
- Experian, P.O. Box 9556, Allen, TX 75013
- Equifax, P.O. Box 740241, Atlanta, GA 30374-0241
- TransUnion, TransUnion Customer Relations, P.O. Box 2000, Chester, PA 19022-2000
- How long before I get a court date in small claims court?
- Approximately six (6) weeks from the date the claim is filed as long as there is successful service.
- I just received notice of a bank and/or garnishment of employer. What can I do to stop this?
- Contact the plaintiff's attorney to resolve the matter, or fill out a request for hearing.
- Small Claims Court Citizens Guide