worthington-mayors-court-photoWorthington Mayor’s Court

Located at 6550 N. High Street, Worthington, the Worthington Mayor’s Court convenes every Tuesday at 6:00 pm, except when Monday is a holiday in which case the court convenes Wednesday at 6 pm. This Court serves as a local judicial forum to rule on misdemeanor cases alleged to have occurred within the city’s limits. Here, unlike many Central Ohio municipalities where the mayor appoints a magistrate, Mayor Scott Holmes, presides over these cases, himself. This Court hears misdemeanor offenses including theft, assault, and serious traffic offenses such as OVI/DUI.

The charges brought in mayor’s court can be serious with fines ranging from $250 to $10,000, license suspensions, and/or jail time, so it is important to have experienced legal representation. With a proven track record and familiarity with Worthington Mayor’s Court, Funkhouser Law provides premier criminal and traffic representation. Mr. Funkhouser and his associate personally guide clients through every step of the process—from arraignment to reviewing the evidence and negotiating a positive outcome for clients. The attorneys at Funkhouser Law are there to ensure that clients receive the most favorable outcome with the least disturbance to their live. Their goal is to obtain the best result possible for the clients of Funkhouser Law.

Transferring the Case
In some cases, it may be desirable to transfer a case to the Franklin County Municipal Court where a jury trial may be requested. In this case, a written jury demand and request for transfer must be made. To transfer your case, please confer with Funkhouser Law about the likely effects this would have on your case and how it may be accomplished.

About the Area
The Historical suburb of Worthington, founded in 1803, lies just north of Columbus. This mostly residential area is marked by historical homes and old hardwood trees. Traversed by the Olentangy River, the city has many beautiful parks and biking paths. With two high schools and numerous middle schools and elementary schools, so watch out for school zone speed limit changes.

Contact the Court
Worthington Municipal Building
1st Floor
6550 N. High St.
Worthington, OH 43085
Parking is located on the north side of the building
Ph: (614) 786-7351
Fx: (614) 433-7915
Directions

Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Barb Nofziger
Clerk of Courts
bnofziger@ci.worthington.oh.us

For more information, please contact Funkhouser Law at 614-443-5404 or visit the courts website at https://www.worthington.org/

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