Mayor’s Court

Mayor’s Court

mayorscourt363 East Main Street
Enon, OH 45323
(937) 864-7870
Kristy.Thome@enon-oh.gov


Magistrate: Stephen Hume
Clerk of Court: Kristy Thome


CHILDREN ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE COURT ROOM. PROPER DRESS REQUIRED When entering a courtroom, an appropriate dress code will be observed by all participants, including defendants, witnesses and spectators.

The following is NOT appropriate dress: Tank Tops, Halter Tops, Mesh Shirts, shirts with inappropriate or offensive logos, pictures or writing, hats.


OHIO’S FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILTY LAW

If you have failed to submit proof of financial responsibility to a law enforcement officer, you need to submit proof of financial responsibility to the Clerk of Court. If you fail to provide proof of insurance you will receive a letter from the BMV at the address on your driver’s license.

FORMS OF PAYMENT

Certified Check, Money Order, Cash or personal Check

Make payments payable to: Enon Mayor’s Court

Mail to:
Enon Mayor’s Court
PO Box 232
Enon, OH 45323

Business Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm, Every other Wednesday 8am-6pm

WAIVER: Must be received by your court date. Please sign the back of your citation and mail or bring it in with you.


Fine Schedule for payable violations listed below. PAYMENT ARE DUE PRIOR TO THE ASSIGNED COURT DATE OR YOUR APPEARANCE IS REQUIRED IN COURT.

SPEED:

1-20 Over………………..………….$180.00
21 & Over…………………..………$205.00
School Zone under 15 mph……….$205.00
Failure to Obey Traffic Control…….…$125.00
Window Tint Violation…………………$125.00
Fictitious Tags…………………………$125.00
Expired Plates…………………….…..$125.00
Parking in posted Handicap……….…$125.00
Seat Belt………………………………….$100.00
Child Restraints……………………. …..$205.00

*Waiver fee is double if moving violation occurred within the past 12 months*

If you did not show proof of insurance to the law enforcement officer at the time of your offense. YOU MUST ENCLOSE PROOF OF INSURANCE WITH YOUR PAYMENT.Failure to provide proof of insurance will result in the suspension of your driving rights for a period of not less than 90 days.

MAILING ADDRESS: Enon Mayor’s Court, PO Box 232, Enon, OH  45323

Please make checks/money orders payable to ENON MAYOR’S COURT

OFFICE HOURS:
Monday-Friday (except holidays)
From 8:30 AM to 5 PM
Night deposit box for payments in front of building.


CONSEQUENCES:

A. GUILTY – In this case you admit the violation as charged. After this, the Magistrate usually inquires into circumstances, gives you an opportunity to make a statement or ask questions, and then pronounces sentence.

B. NOT GUILTY – This claims that you did not violate the law as charged or that there is something incorrect about the charge. The Magistrate then sets a date for trial. First the complaining witness presents his evidence. You have the right to cross- examine any witness who testifies against you.

After presentation of all the evidence against you, and also any cross – examination, you may ask the Mayor to dismiss the case if you think the charge has not been proved beyond reasonable doubt. If the case is not dismissed, you may then present your case. You may use the Court facilities to require any witness to be present on your behalf. You may, but cannot be forced to give testimony yourself. If you do, you may be cross – examined. At the close of the arguments, a finding or sentence is made. If you are found guilty, implications and remaining procedures are the same as in the case of a guilty plea.

C. NO CONTEST – In this case you make no admission to guilt but also no claim of innocence. You may make a statement, but may not present any evidence. If you are found guilty, no legal inference may be drawn from that finding in any subsequent action based on the same incident (such as a civil suit asking payment for damages). With this exception, the implication and remaining procedures are the same as in the case of a guilty plea.


2017 COURT SCHEDULE
Court starts at 6pm please arrive at least 15 minutes before court starts.

January 25
February 8
February 22
March 8
March 22
April 5
April 19
May 3
May 17
May 31
June 14
June 28
July 12 – rescheduled to Wed, July 10th at 7pm
July 28
August 9
August 23
September 6
September 20
October 4
October 18
November 15
November 29
December 13
December 27


WEBSITE LINKS

Clark County Common Pleas Court

Clark County Municipal Court

Supreme Court