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Ohio Traffic Laws

Akron Municipal Court

Clerk of the Court

How do you take a traffic ticket to court in Akron, Ohio? If you receive a traffic ticket in Akron or the surrounding area, and you decide to fight it, it will be heard in the Akron Municipal Court.

The Akron Municipal Court serves Akron, Fairlawn, Bath, Richfield, Springfield, Lakemore, Richfield, and the part of Mogadore in Summit County. In 2011, the Akron County Municipal Court disposed of 32,288 traffic and criminal cases, and collected over $5,331,885.24 in fines and fees.

The traffic court hears traffic arraignments, minor misdemeanor traffic trials, and driver's license appeal hearings. The Traffic Division Clerk of Court’s office collects all fines, assists those who elect to attend driver improvement school, and sets court dates for those who wish to contest an infraction violation.

You can contact the Akron Municipal Court Clerk of the Court at:

Harold K. Stubbs Justice Center

217 South High Street, 1st Floor
Akron, Ohio, 44308

The Criminal and Traffic Division are open 24 hours, 7 days a week.

Before you pay a traffic citation, or electing traffic school you should discuss your case with an experienced traffic ticket attorney in Akron, Ohio. Paying your traffic tickets could result in points on your license, higher insurance rates, or possible even the suspension of your driver‘s license.

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