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Ashtabula Municipal Court
110 W 44th St, #4
Phone: 440-992-7110 (Civil)
Phone: 440-992-7112 (Traffic/Criminal)
Fax: 440-998-5786 (Traffic/Criminal)
Ashtabula Municipal Court has jurisdiction in the City of Ashtabula and the Townships of Ashtabula, Plymouth, and Saybrook.
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Online Court Resources
Resources for the for the Ashtabula Municipal Court as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in Ashtabula County, Ohio, and resources applicable to all courts in Ohio.
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Background Check Information
The Ohio Attorney General's Office offers instructions for obtaining a criminal background check from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation.
Dockets, calendars, and other information about court cases
Published opinions and orders
Attorney General Opinions
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Forms and related information
Protection Order Forms and Information
View and download domestic violence, juvenile, and stalking or sexually oriented offense protection order forms for use in Ohio courts. Links to related legal resources and publications are included.
Legal Forms and Information for Seniors
Pro Seniors offers interactive and downloadable forms and information for Ohio seniors, including power of attorney, simple will, advance directives, civil protection order, expungement, and child custody affidavit.
Self help, legal research, general information
Ashtabula Municipal Court Small Claims
View information about small claims cases in Ashtabula Municipal Court, including monetary limit, claim filing and service, hearings, and collecting a judgment.
Ashtabula Municipal Court Information
View answers to frequently asked questions about Ashtabula Municipal Court, including court dates, warrants, payments, subpoenas, use of attorneys, and evictions.
Ashtabula County Mediation
View information about the mediation program in Ashtabula County courts, which can help parties resolve disputes without going to trial. Types of mediation include Common Pleas civil, foreclosure, domestic relations, county and municipal courts, small claims, juvenile, and non-court-related.
Ashtabula County Law Library
View information about the Ashtabula County Law Library, including location, hours, available materials and services, an online catalog, and links to legal research resources.
Dispute Resolution Information
View information about arbitration and mediation, which can help parties resolve disputes without going to trial. Links to directories of mediators and a guide to selecting a mediator are included.
Citizen Brochures and Small Claims Guide
The Ohio Judicial Conference offers a guide to small claims court and brochures on topics such as legal terminology, representing yourself, mediation, and court procedure.
Motor Vehicle Information
The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles offers information about licensing and registration, traffic laws, insurance requirements, copies of driving records, and license reinstatement.
View Ohio Rules of Court including civil procedure, criminal procedure, evidence, juvenile procedure, traffic, and rules that apply to lawyers and judges.
Local Court Rules
View Ohio Court of Common Pleas, County Court, and Municipal Court local rules by county.
Domestic Violence Help
The Ohio Domestic Violence Network offers information for survivors of domestic violence, links to additional resources, and information about prevention.
Domestic Violence Resources and Information
View information and publications about domestic violence issues, including elder abuse and teen dating, with links to legal resources such as laws and court rules, and other resources and agencies.
The Ohio Attorney General's Office offers information for crime victims, including victims' compensation, notification, cyber safety, and a searchable directory of victim services providers.
Legal Information and Legal Resources
View information about various legal topics including the court system, consumer rights, criminal matters, disability, domestic violence, employment, family law, health care, housing, immigration, public benefits, expungement, seniors, education, taxes, veterans, and wills and probate. Information can be searched by keyword and some information is available in Spanish. A dictionary of legal terms is also provided.
Consumer Protection Information
The Ohio Attorney General's Office offers information and tips for consumers, including cyber safety, identity theft, foreclosure scams and resources, telephone solicitors, debt collection, elder fraud, and various other consumer scams. An online scam report form, search of consumer complaints, and search of consumer-related court decisions are also provided.
Supreme Court Law Library
View information about the Ohio Supreme Court Law Library, including location, hours, an online catalog, description of available materials and services, and an online ask-a-librarian service.
The Ohio State Bar Association offers information for the public about lawyers, small business, and publications on legal topics including a death planning family manual and LawFacts pamphlets on a variety of legal topics such as divorce, probate, credit laws, guardianship, living wills, bankruptcy, and more.
Legal aid, free services, lawyer referral
Ashtabula County Attorneys
View a directory of Ashtabula County attorneys and their areas of practice, with links to their contact information.
Ashtabula County Victim Help
The Ashtabula County Victim Assistance Program provides crime victims with information about victims' rights, court accompaniment, and assistance with victim impact statements and victims' compensation applications.
Northeastern Ohio Legal Assistance
The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland provides free civil legal help to low-income residents of Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, and Lorain Counties. A telephone application line, locations of local offices, information about programs, answers to frequently asked question, and a list of upcoming free advice clinics are included.
Domestic Violence Legal Assistance
The Justice League of Ohio provides free legal services for crime victims, and links to counseling services, domestic violence shelters, rape crisis centers, and local victim assistance programs.
The Office of the Ohio Public Defender offers information about its representation of indigent defendants in criminal cases, with links to local county public defenders and appointed counsel.
File a Consumer Complaint
Complete an online form to file a consumer complaint with the Ohio Attorney General's Office. A live chat with an agent is available.
Complaints Against Lawyers and Judges
View instructions for filing an official complaint against a lawyer or judge in Ohio, with answers to frequently asked questions, rules, and a link to the complaint form.
Legal Assistance for Seniors
Pro Seniors provides Ohio residents over 60 with free legal assistance by telephone in all counties; in-person staff attorney assistance in Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, and Warren Counties; and referrals to private attorneys who will assist low-income seniors for a reduced fee.
Legal Assistance for Western Ohio and Migrant Farmworkers
Legal Aid of Western Ohio and Advocates for Basic Legal Equality provide free civil legal services for low-income residents of 32 western Ohio counties, and for migrant farmworkers statewide. A toll free telephone line, online application forms in English and Spanish, and local office contact information are included.
Search by county or zip code for providers of free and low-cost civil legal services for low-income residents. Links to law school clinics, mediation services, lawyer referral services, and domestic violence resources are also available.
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