Municipal Finding When/Where

HOW TO FIND WHEN & WHERE A CASE WILL BE HEARD

Criminal Cases

If you have an attorney, be sure you first check with the attorney about where you should appear. Otherwise, you should have been given a ticket, citation, subpoena or other paper telling you where to appear. This paper should give you all the particulars of where and when to appear. Please look for this paper before you call any of the following numbers. If you have a case number, please have it ready when you call about a case. You can get information on when and where a case will be heard from the following sources:

Civil Cases

Civil cases are cases such as evictions and suits for money. If you have an attorney, be sure you to check with your attorney about where you should appear. If you need to call the courthouse, it is important that you look at the papers you have relating to your case before you call. If you have a case number, please have it ready if you need to call about a case. Information on civil cases can be obtained from the following sources:

Kiosk Computer Lists for All Courts

These public, touch screen computers allow access to the criminal and civil case schedules for the next seven days for the Municipal and Common Pleas courts in Hamilton County, except the Juvenile Court. (See Look-Up/Confirm Criminal & Civil Cases Scheduled Next 7 Days.) The kiosks also provide maps of court facilities and duplicates of some pages found on this web site. In addition to other locations, there are kiosks computers at either end of the main entrance of the courthouse and outside of room 255.