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The Franklin County Court of Common Pleas - General Division has original jurisdictional authority over all felony cases and all civil cases in which the sum or matter in dispute exceeds $15,000. If you are looking for case information, please access the Franklin County Clerk of Courts - Case information online.
Effective January 16, 2023, the Domestic and Juvenile Court has updated the “591 Notice” document required when child support is requested in a complaint, petition or motion. The new form will no longer be filed as a “Proposed” version in Eflex, and it must have a version date of 12-2022.
Franklin County Municipal Court provides interpreting services for parties and witnesses appearing in Municipal Court in 45 languages and American Sign Language. Interpreters are available for all criminal and civil hearings, trials, motions, and court functions, at no cost.
Use the Court Dropdown Menu. Use both Name and Court if both are known. Call 614.525.3600 for Legal Division Information and assistance. 345 South High Street, Floor 1. General Division - Civil. General Division - Criminal. General Division - Records. 373 South High Street, Floor 4. Juvenile Division.
Franklin County Municipal Court Clerk Lori M. Tyack Search Records Forms eFile Directions Current Clerk Job Openings The Franklin County Municipal Court Clerk's Office currently has job openings available. Please use the link below to navigate to the Clerk's employment page to view more information. View Clerk employment information
Probate Court. 373 S. High Street 22 nd Floor Columbus, Ohio 43215-6311 Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm (614) 525-3894 firstname.lastname@example.org. View Map
A person charged with a traffic offense is referred to as the “defendant” and is afforded the same rights as anyone charged with a criminal offense. Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri* Doors open at 8:15 AM Location: 375 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 375 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Courtroom 1A: Last names A-K Courtroom 1B: Last names L-Z