Courts throughout the State of Ohio handle different types of legal matters and utilize different court judges, administrators, and other personnel. The Circleville Municipal Court, for example, handles traffic cases, misdemeanors that do not involve traffic offenses, municipal order violations, eviction proceedings, and civil (i.e., non-criminal) cases that involve $15,000 or less in damages. If someone is arrested in Circleville, they are likely in custody in the Pickaway County Jail, run by the sheriff’s office in Pickaway County. You can confirm this information by searching a list of current inmates. To gain information about a case pending in Circleville Municipal Court, you can search for case records online, as well as get general information about the courthouse and facilities, as well as court rules. When you attend a court proceeding in the Circleville Municipal Court – especially criminal cases – you want to make sure that you have a lawyer representing you who regularly handles these types of legal matters, who is familiar with the judges and prosecutors who work there, and who has a strong track record of success in that venue. At the Joslyn Law Firm, our knowledgeable team handles various types of legal matters, including criminal cases, in the Circleville Municipal Court, and is intimately familiar with the procedures and protocols applicable to that venue. We also have strong relationships with Circleville Municipal Court prosecutors and judges and have earned their respect and trust. Having a skilled and experienced attorney on your side in the Circleville Municipal court can go a long way when it comes to obtaining a desirable result in your case. In criminal cases specifically, we know and understand the types of legal defenses that are likely to hold up in the municipal court, and that can lead to a dismissal of a pending misdemeanor or traffic charge. Given our strong relationships with prosecuting attorneys, we can also help you negotiate a plea deal in a criminal case that is favorable to you. We can further make sure that you are fully apprised of all the legal strengths and weaknesses associated with your case and make sure that you understand all of your legal options for proceeding forward with your case. In the Circleville Municipal courtroom, you will discover that we are tireless advocates for our clients and that we advocate zealously on behalf of our clients at all times. In the following Circleville Municipal Court Information Center, you will find a plethora of information that explains how the court’s proceedings and protocols generally work. This page should also help to answer some common questions that you may have about municipal court proceedings and can assist you during the legal decision-making process.
Circleville Municipal Court Information Center
- Information and General Overview of the Circleville of the Municipal Court, Including Hours of Operation
- Criminal Charges in Circleville Municipal Court
- Potential Criminal Consequences in Circleville Municipal Court
- Warrants in Circleville
- Court Practices and Procedures for the Circleville Municipal Court
- Hiring an Attorney to Represent You in Circleville Municipal Court
- Circleville Municipal Court Q&A
- Personnel and Administration
- Contact Information and Location of the Circleville Municipal Court
- Circleville Legal and Community Resources
Information and General Overview of the Circleville Municipal Court, Including Hours of Operation
The Circleville Municipal Court handles traffic cases, criminal misdemeanors that do not involve traffic offenses, municipal order violations, eviction proceedings, and civil (non-criminal) cases that involve $15,000 or less in damages. In addition to a traffic division, the Circleville Municipal Court also has a criminal division, a small claims division, and a civil division. In terms of criminal cases, the Circleville Municipal Court handles misdemeanor cases, with possible penalties including fines, some jail time, or community service, for example. The basic organization of the Court is as follows:
- Traffic Division: The traffic division of the Circleville Municipal Court handles payment of all traffic fines and citations. The traffic division of the municipal court is open between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. during the week, Monday through Friday. Many traffic citations are payable using cash, money order, or a major credit card. If the person appears in court, the potential costs include $75.00 for a violation, as well as possible additional costs for witnesses and subpoenas. In the event that you elect to plead not guilty to your traffic citation, you will either be required to appear at the court date stated on your traffic citation – and enter a not-guilty plea on the record. In the alternative, you may enter a not guilty plea in writing on or before the deadline listed on the citation. The municipal court will then set a trial date and send you a letter in the mail about where and when you should report to the municipal court. In most cases, the municipal court’s clerk’s office has the discretion to grant you one continuance of the arraignment date that was originally set.
- Criminal Division: The criminal division of the Circleville Municipal Court handles misdemeanor criminal charges that occur within the jurisdiction. The criminal division of the municipal court is open between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. during the week, Monday through Friday. Your lawyer can appear with you in criminal court and assist you throughout the decision-making process. In some instances, you may be better off entering a guilty plea in exchange for a plea deal with the prosecuting attorney. At other times, however, you may be better off taking your misdemeanor case directly to court. An experienced criminal defense attorney can explain all of your legal options to you in clear terms and can help you decide on the best course of action for your criminal case. If you elect to take your criminal case to trial, a lawyer can advocate on your behalf by asserting a strong defense to the criminal misdemeanor charge or charges that you are facing. At the conclusion of the criminal trial, the presiding judge or jury will make a decision in your case.
- Small Claims Division: The small claims division of the Circleville Municipal Court is open between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Court begins to conduct small claims hearings every Friday morning, and the hearings begin at approximately 8:30 a.m. In general, the Small Claims Division of the Circleville Municipal Court is devoted to civil claims for monetary damages that do not exceed $3,000, plus costs and interest. The impacted individual begins a small claim by filing a complaint with the court in which he or she explains the nature of the claim and the damages that are being sought in the case. The Court will then set a hearing date, and a notice of the lawsuit must be served on the person who has been sued (the defendant). At trial, the parties have the option of calling one or more witnesses to support their respective versions of the case. Once the case has been presented, a judgment may be entered, and this judgment has the same legal effect as any other order or judgment issued by a judge of the court. As part of the judgment, the court may be able to establish a payment plan that satisfies the needs of the parties who are involved in the dispute. In the event the defendant does not appear in court for his or her court date, the plaintiff may be able to obtain a judgment of default and then attempt to enforce that judgment.
- Civil Division: The Civil Division of the Circleville Municipal Court is open from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. during the week, Monday through Friday. An individual may file a civil complaint or legal action against another individual or legal entity if the total amount of damages being sought is $15,000 or under. The civil division handles matters relating to unlawful detainer complaints and eviction from certain premises (i.e., landlord-tenant disputes and issues that involve security deposits).
If you are facing a criminal or traffic charge in the Circleville Municipal Court, an experienced attorney at the Joslyn Law Firm can represent you throughout your case and work to obtain a favorable result on your behalf.
Criminal Charges in the Circleville Municipal Court
In addition to small claims, minor civil cases, and traffic violations, the Circleville Municipal Court also hears a variety of misdemeanor criminal cases. Some of the most common misdemeanor cases that the municipal court hears include the following: Assault and Battery – Assault and battery charges can arise from many situations, including a bar fight or another altercation. Even if no harm was caused to anyone, you might still face assault charges and the related penalties. Domestic violence – If assault or similar offenses involve a victim who is a spouse, former spouse, child, other family member, intimate partner, or household member, it is considered to be domestic violence. A conviction can have lasting consequences, and you might also face a possible order of protection. Operating a vehicle under the influence/Driving under the influence (OVI/DUI) – Many people consider OVI (commonly called DUI) to be a minor offense when, in reality, even a first conviction can have harsh penalties. OVI consequences can impact your freedom, finances, career, and more. Petty theft – If you are accused of taking something that is valued at less than $1,000, you will face theft charges that are often referred to as “petty theft.” This name does not mean that the charges are not serious, however. Drug charges – Ohio has strict drug laws, and several different charges can result for violating these laws. Many of these cases might be heard in municipal court. Drug Paraphernalia / Drug Abuse Instruments – The police do not have to find actual drugs to arrest you, as being accused of possessing paraphernalia generally used for drugs is enough for an arrest and charges. Possession of a Controlled Substance – You might face charges of drug possession even if the drugs found were not on your person. Possessing even a small amount of a controlled substance can result in serious penalties and a criminal record. Marijuana Crimes – Even as marijuana is legal in many states, possession of marijuana remains an offense in Ohio, and many people face misdemeanor charges for possession of less than 100 grams of the substance. Unlawful Sexual Conduct with a Minor – While most sex crimes are felony offenses, this one can be charged as a misdemeanor in certain situations, so your case might be heard in municipal court. A conviction can carry lasting consequences. Criminal Mischief – Criminal mischief charges encompass a wide range of conduct, ranging from tampering with property, hacking, setting fires, or using smoke bombs and other similar devices. Criminal Trespass – If you are accused of entering or staying on another party’s property without permission, or refusing to leave when asked, you might face charges of criminal trespass. Disorderly Conduct – This charge can also apply to a wide variety of accusations, including any conduct that allegedly caused alarm or inconvenience to others. Resisting Arrest – If you are accused of trying to interfere with an arrest or causing harm to an officer or someone else during the arrest process, you can face serious resisting arrest charges. Traffic offenses – While you might not think of traffic violations as criminal offenses, they are heard in the same court as many criminal cases, and a conviction can come with costly penalties. Additionally, some traffic violations are misdemeanors or even felonies. Some traffic cases we handle in municipal court include:
- CDL Holder
- Driving with a Suspended License
- Hit and Run / Leaving the Scene
- Texting While Driving
- Vehicular Assault
If you have been charged with one or more of these criminal offenses, and you have a misdemeanor case pending before the Circleville Municipal Court, you should contact experienced legal counsel to represent you in your case. The legal team at the Joslyn Law Firm can represent you throughout your case and provide you with both thoughtful and result-oriented legal advice and counsel.
Potential Criminal Consequences in Circleville Municipal Court
In order for a judge to impose a penalty in a misdemeanor criminal case, the prosecution must prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that the accused committed the crime. Even though criminal cases that proceed in the Circleville Municipal Court are misdemeanor crimes, a judge may still impose sentences that include periods of incarceration, fines, and community service. However, the exact penalties that may be imposed depend largely on the actual criminal charge or charges that the accused is facing, along with the minimum and maximum sentences for those charges. Some maximum sentences for misdemeanor convictions in Municipal Court include: Minor Misdemeanor (MM) – Fines up to $150 with no possible jail time. Fourth-Degree Misdemeanor (M-4) – Fines up to $250 and up to 30 days in jail. Third-Degree Misdemeanor (M-3) – Fines up to $500 and up to 60 days in jail. Second-Degree Misdemeanor (M-2) – Fines up to $500 and up to 90 days in jail. First-Degree Misdemeanor (M-1) – Fines up to $1000 and up to six months in jail. In many criminal cases, the prosecuting attorney will try to charge the accused with the most serious crime possible. Also, in many cases, prosecutors will try and bring as many criminal charges as possible against the accused, in an attempt to “throw everything at the wall and hope something sticks.” If you are facing one or more misdemeanor criminal charges before the Circleville Municipal Court in Ohio, an experienced criminal defense lawyer can be very helpful when it comes to sentencing. An experienced attorney, for example, may be able to negotiate a favorable plea deal with the prosecuting attorney assigned to your case. For example, your attorney may arrange for you to plead guilty to a lesser charge, with lighter penalties than the charge that you are currently facing.
Warrants in Circleville
When you are suspected of a crime, the police can obtain an arrest warrant from the court. This warrant gives law enforcement the right to arrest you immediately. Officers might wait until you are stopped for another offense, or they might show up at your home or place of work and arrest you in front of your family, neighbors, or coworkers. If you have a court date in Circleville Municipal Court and you fail to appear, the judge can issue a bench warrant, which also gives the police the ability to arrest you on the spot. If you believe you might have a warrant out for your arrest, you should discuss the matter with an attorney at the Joslyn Law Firm. We can help identify whether you have a warrant and advise you of your options to avoid an inconvenient arrest.
Court Practices and Procedures for Circleville Municipal Court
The Circleville Municipal Court in Circleville, Ohio, has jurisdiction over misdemeanor criminal offenses. Although misdemeanor criminal charges are generally regarded as less serious than felonies, a conviction for a misdemeanor offense can still carry heavy penalties. As with any court, the Circleville Municipal Court has its own practices and procedures that defendants appearing before the court are expected to follow. In some instances – especially for relatively minor traffic offenses – you may not have to appear in court. Instead, you may just be able to pay a fine. You should keep in mind, however, that choosing to pay a fine as opposed to appearing in court is essentially pleading guilty to the offense with which you have been charged. If you have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI)/operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OVI), you will always have to appear in court to respond to the charges. Moreover, if you are found guilty in court, you may be required to pay all court costs to the Clerk of Court. Once you are arrested on a misdemeanor charge, your first court appearance in the Circleville Municipal Court will be your arraignment proceeding. At the arraignment proceeding, the misdemeanor charge or charges pending against you will be read aloud in open court. Once the charge or charges have been read, the accused will have the opportunity to enter a plea in the case. The accused may enter a guilty plea, a no-contest plea (also called a nolo contendre plea), or a not guilty plea. In the event that the accused decides to plead guilty or no contest to the pending misdemeanor charge or charges, the court will proceed to sentencing. The judge will base his or her sentence on the minimum and maximum penalties applicable to the subject criminal offense, as well as the accused’s prior history of criminal convictions, if any. Once the judge announces the sentence to be imposed against the accused, the court process ends. In other instances, the accused may enter a plea of not guilty to the crime or crimes he or she is facing. After the accused pleads not guilty to the charge, the Circleville Municipal Court will set in a pretrial hearing for a later date. Once the case enters the pretrial stage, the municipal court may also set in one or more status hearings at regular intervals throughout the life of the criminal matter. During the pretrial stage of the case, the defense and the prosecutor can work together to try and reach a favorable plea deal in the case. In a plea deal, the accused typically pleads guilty in exchange for some incentive from the State, such as charge reduction. In some cases, accepting a plea deal can be favorable to the defendant – especially if there is strong evidence against the accused that may be introduced at trial. At other times, when the accused has one or more strong legal defenses, the accused may be better off taking a chance at trial. Moreover, by accepting a pending plea deal, the accused must give up certain rights, including the right of appeal. An experienced criminal defense lawyer can help the accused decide whether or not a plea deal that is on the table is worth accepting. Also, during the pretrial portion of the case, the defense attorney may introduce one or more motions in limine, in an attempt to have harmful evidence excluded from the trial. If the Court decides to grant the motion, then the prosecutor will not be able to admit the subject evidence at trial – usually because the Court has determined that the value of the subject evidence is more prejudicial to the defendant than it is probative to the case. If the Court decides to deny the motion in limine, the prosecutor may then introduce the subject evidence at the criminal trial. If the parties are unable to reach a plea deal during the pretrial portion of the misdemeanor criminal case, then a trial will take place within the Circleville Municipal Court. During the trial, the government (represented by the prosecutor) is the plaintiff, and the accused is the defendant. Each side will have an opportunity to introduce evidence in the case (both written evidence and testimony), call witnesses, and make legal arguments. At a criminal trial, the government prosecutor has the burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt, and the defendant does not have to prove anything – or even to testify at all. At the conclusion of the criminal trial, the judge or jury will make the decision about whether the prosecutor has satisfied his or her legal burden and will find the defendant either guilty or not guilty. If the judge or jury finds the defendant guilty, then a sentencing hearing will be set in for a later date. At the sentencing hearing, the judge will determine the penalty to be assigned to the defendant in the case.
Hiring an Attorney to Represent You in Circleville Municipal Court
If you have been charged with a criminal misdemeanor and have a case set before the Circleville Municipal Court, it is important that you have a knowledgeable attorney on your side who is used to handling cases and practicing law in that venue. Although misdemeanor defendants may represent themselves during legal proceedings before the Circleville Municipal Court, that is not usually the way of proceeding with the case. An experienced attorney will know his or her way around the courtroom (both literally and figuratively), will know when to make objections on the record, and will know how to make effective and convincing arguments at legal proceedings. The knowledgeable legal team at the Joslyn Law Firm is very experienced at handling criminal cases before the Circleville Municipal Court. You also want to be sure that you give your attorney as much time as possible to investigate the circumstances of your arrest and charge. You can do this by seeking and retaining an experienced attorney to represent you as far in advance of your court date as possible. In addition to helping you plan a strong defense to your criminal charge, an experienced attorney can also ensure that your legal rights remain safeguarded throughout the criminal process and can help you decide whether you should accept a plea deal that a state prosecutor places on the table.
Circleville Municipal Court Q&A
When it comes to criminal and traffic matters pending before the Circleville Municipal Court, defendants often have many questions that need to be addressed. If you have specific questions about the misdemeanor charge or charges that you are facing in the municipal court, you should feel free to speak directly with the experienced criminal defense attorneys at the Joslyn Law Firm. Our team is extremely knowledgeable about the practices and procedures that the Circleville Municipal Court follows. The answers that we have provided below should answer some basic questions about the municipal court that you may have. For additional information about these topics, please consult the information that we have posted above, or contact one of our experienced lawyers. What are “Must Appear” Offenses? Some traffic offenses are payable offenses, which means that an individual can simply pay a monetary fine and avoid having to go to court. By paying the fine, you admit responsibility for the offense. However, if you decide to dispute the fine, you will be given a court date. Other offenses are “must appear” offenses, meaning that you are required to appear in court on the appointed date (or file a motion to continue the court date, if the assigned date is not convenient). Although some traffic citations are payable offenses, others, like driving under the influence (DUI), are must-appear citations. With a must-appear citation, you are required to appear in the Circleville Municipal Court on the appointed date to address the charge. What Kinds of Criminal Cases Does the Circleville Municipal Court Hear? The Circleville Municipal Court has jurisdiction to hear traffic cases, violation of municipal ordinance cases, non-traffic criminal misdemeanor cases, and civil claims that have a monetary value of $15,000 or less. The municipal court has several different divisions, including the traffic division, criminal division, small claims division, and civil division. The experienced legal team at the Joslyn Law Firm handles cases in these various divisions of the municipal court. How Does the Criminal Court Process Work in the Circleville Municipal Court When it comes to criminal cases brought before the Circleville Municipal Court, the criminal court process begins with an arrest, which might be based on an arrest warrant or bench warrant. Once charges are issued, you will need to attend an arraignment. During this proceeding, the accused is formally informed of the misdemeanor charge or charges that he or she is facing. At the arraignment proceeding, the accused can plead guilty, no contest, or not guilty to the pending misdemeanor charge or charges. In the former two instances, the court will accept the plea and proceed forward with sentencing the defendant. If the defendant chooses to plead not guilty to the criminal charge or charges, then the pretrial phase of the misdemeanor criminal case commences. During this stage, motions are filed, and the two sides try and come to a resolution via a plea deal. If the defendant and the prosecutor reach a plea deal, then the case is over. If no deal is reached, however, the case will proceed forward to trial. At the conclusion of the trial, after both sides have had an opportunity to present evidence, the judge or jury will find the defendant either guilty or not guilty. If a guilty finding is reached, then the judge will sentence the defendant accordingly. An experienced criminal defense lawyer can represent you at the sentencing hearing and try to minimize the consequences of a guilty finding or conviction in your case. What are the Penalties of a Conviction in the Circleville Municipal Court? The potential penalties and consequences for a misdemeanor criminal conviction in the Circleville Municipal Court can range from fines to jail time to community service to probation. The penalties that a judge imposes following a guilty finding or conviction depend largely upon the criminal charge itself, as well as the accused’s history of prior convictions. In cases where the accused is a repeat offender (such as in assault cases, where the same victim is involved), the court is likely to impose a harsher sentence than if the accused had no prior criminal conviction record. An experienced criminal defense attorney at the Joslyn Law Firm can represent you at your sentencing hearing and attempt to minimize the consequences of a guilty finding or conviction in the Circleville Municipal Court. How can I Find Records for a Case Pending in Circleville Municipal Court? Looking up a criminal case that is currently pending before the Circleville Municipal Court is fairly straightforward. If you click here, you will be redirected to the court records search page. A case search will reveal all important information about your pending civil, traffic, or criminal matter, including the parties to the case (as well as the names and contact information for all attorneys who have entered an appearance in the case), court pleadings filed, and dates that have been scheduled in the case to date. For more information regarding court dates and scheduling concerns, you can contact the Clerk of the Court for the Circleville Municipal Court by clicking here for the telephone contact information. You should be aware, however, that court clerks are not lawyers, and consequently, they are not permitted to give you legal advice about your case. Instead, you should contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer for answers to all of your legal questions and concerns. What if Someone I Know is Arrested? If you learn that someone is arrested, you probably want to know why and where they are being held. People arrested in Circleville are often held at the Pickaway County Jail, and you can confirm this by conducting an inmate search. This search will also tell you about any charges that have been issued and why they are in custody. If there is bond set in the case, you should discuss the matter with a defense lawyer who can determine whether the bail can be reduced. If you need to pay bond for someone, you can do so at the Pickaway County jail.
Do I Need a Lawyer to Represent Me?
If you currently have a case pending in the Circleville Municipal Court, one of the worst things you can do is to represent yourself. In many cases, you only have one chance to present your case in court, and you obviously want to put your best foot forward in order to obtain the best result possible in your case. When it comes to legal representation, not all lawyers or law firms are the same. The Circleville Municipal Court has very specific procedures and protocols that it follows – not to mention local rules that are applicable to that venue. Consequently, when you have a case pending before the municipal court, you want a lawyer on your side who is used to handling cases in that venue and who regularly (and successfully) conducts hearings and trials there on a regular basis. The skilled team of litigators at the Joslyn Law Firm understands the ins and outs of how the Circleville Municipal Court works and is fully prepared to represent you at all of your court proceedings – and help you obtain the best possible result while you are there.
Circleville Municipal Court Personnel and Administration
The experienced team of attorneys at the Joslyn Law Firm is very familiar with the personnel and administration who currently work for the Circleville Municipal Court in Circleville, Ohio. Some individuals who are currently working at the Circleville Municipal Court include the following: Judge’s Office: Judge Gary Dumm 740-474-3175 Molly Tootle, Assignment Commissioner 740-474-3175 Craig Stevens, Bailiff Telephone: 740-474-3175 Fax Number: 740-477-8291 Clerk of Courts: Craig Stevens, Clerk Telephone: 740-474-3171 Fax Number: 740-420-3041 Probation Department: Jason McGowan, Chief Probation Officer Telephone: 740-477-9824 Samantha Watson, Probation Officer Telephone: 740-477-9824 John Reid, Probation Officer Telephone: 740-477-9824 Jessica Davis, Probation Officer Telephone: 740-477-9824 Fax Number: 740-477-8291
Contact and Location Information for the Circleville Municipal Court
The general contact and telephone information and location for the Circleville Municipal Court in Circleville, Ohio, is as follows: Circleville Municipal Court 151 E. Franklin Street P.O. Box 128 Circleville, OH 43113 Telephone: 740-474-3171 You can also see the court’s online page by clicking here. Judge’s Office for the Circleville Municipal Court
Circleville Municipal Court Judge’s Office 151 E. Franklin Street Circleville, OH 43113 Telephone: 740-474-3175 Facsimile: 740-477-8291
Pickaway County Intensive Supervision Probation Unit
Circleville Municipal Court Pickaway County Intensive Supervision Probation Unit 151 E. Franklin Street Circleville, OH 43113 Telephone: 740-477-9824
Circleville Municipal Court Probation Department 151 E. Franklin Street Circleville, OH 43113 Telephone: 740-477-9824 Facsimile: 740-477-8291
Circleville Legal and Community Resources
If you are in search of some additional legal resources and court forms pertaining to the Circleville Municipal Court, click on any of the following links that can also be found on the municipal court’s website: A link to the Local Court Rules for the Circleville Municipal Court can be found by clicking here: at this link Common forms that are utilized by the Circleville Municipal Court can be found by clicking on any one of the following links Civil Forms: Notice To Leave Premises Complaint (Forcible Detention) Complaint (Forcible Detention With Claim for Rent) Notice To The Judgement Debtor Of Current Balance Due On Garnishment Affidavit, Order And Notice Of Garnishment Of Property Other Than Personal Earnings And Answer of Garnishee Notice To Those Depositing Rent With The Clerk Of Courts Affidavit, Order And Notice Of Garnishment And Answer Of Employer Application By Tenant To Deposit Rent With The Clerk Application For Release Of Rental Escrow Complaint For Modification Of 12 Point Suspension Instructions For Service Interim Report And Answer Of Garnishee Notice To The Judgement Debtor Of Current Balance Due on Garnishment Order Notice of Court Proceedings To Collect Debt Final Report And Answer Of Garnishee Praecipe For Subpoena Request For Hearing (Personal Earnings) Request For Hearing (Money, Property, Credits) Confidential Information Form Traffic Forms: Dear Fellow Motorist Letter General Forms: Motion For Expungement Demand For Jury Trial Demand For Court Trial Affidavit Of Indigency Confidential Information Form Community Resources:
- Circleville Clerk of Court – Find information about the Clerk for the Municipal Court in Circleville and how to contact the office.
- Circleville Prosecutor’s Office – The office in charge of issuing criminal charges in the Circleville area.
- Circleville Law Library – Provides access to legal resources and information to the public.
- Circleville Child support Enforcement – Works to enforce child support orders for families in Circleville.
- Circleville Auditor – Fiscal officer of the Circleville area.
- About Circleville – Learn about the history of Circleville, as well as current demographic information.
- Map of Circleville – Navigate around Circleville and get directions.
- Crime Data for Circleville – Information regarding arrests and crime rates in the area.
- Circleville Chamber of Commerce – Supports businesses and commerce in and around Circleville.
- Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health (ADAMH) – A mental health and addiction authority that connects people with a wide range of crisis and counseling services.
- Scioto Paint Valley Mental Health Center – Provides residential treatment, transitional programs, and outpatient services for counseling and substance abuse.
- Pickaway Area Recovery Services – Residential and outpatient substance abuse and addiction services, as well as mental health treatment.
- Integrated Services for Behavioral Health – Psychiatric, counseling, and other support services for people in Pickaway County.
Contact a Circleville Municipal Court Lawyer about Your Case Today
If you currently have a criminal or traffic matter pending before the Circleville Municipal Court in Circleville, Ohio, you can depend upon the experienced legal team at the Joslyn Law Firm to provide you with both thoughtful and result-oriented legal representation throughout your case. We will make sure that you understand all of the legal options that are open to you in your case and can help you to select the option that will best suit your needs and goals. To schedule a free case evaluation and legal consultation with a Circleville Municipal Court attorney, please call us at 614-444-1900 or contact us online to learn more about how we could assist you with defending against your pending criminal or traffic charge.