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Most moving violations carry 2 points, other violations such as Reckless Operation or Driving Under Suspension can carry 4 or 6 points. These points are reported to the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles. For more information, call 513-539-6201.
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The Monroe Mayor's Court accepts the following as forms of payment: Cash, money order, personal or company check, and all major credit cards. Credit card payments can be paid by telephone or by clicking here. We will send you a receipt either by e-mail, mail or fax. Please do not mail cash.
To make a payment, call 513-539-6201 or visit the Mayor's Court at:
233 S Main StreetMonroe, OH 45050
A payout is a minor misdemeanor that carries a fine that can be paid without making a court appearance. The fine is paid to the Violations Bureau of the court. If you choose to make a court appearance, the payout amount no longer applies. The Magistrate will determine the fine amount and court costs will be added to that amount. For more information, call 513-539-6201.
You may obtain a continuance by signing a Time Waiver and your case will be continued until the next court date. Continuances are not given on the day of court. Please contact Rebecca Rosenbalm, Clerk of Court, at 513-539-6201 for a continuance or further information.
You may obtain a continuance by signing a Time Waiver and your case will be continued until the next court date. Continuances are not given on the day of court. Please contact Rebecca Rosenbalm, Clerk, at 513-539-6201 for a continuance or further information.
If you are unable to pay your fines and costs in full on the day of court, you may be given additional time to pay. We will place you on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly plan that you set up with the Clerk of Court. Failure to adhere to the Payment Agreement or Failure to Pay can result in a warrant for your arrest, possible suspension of your driving privileges, a block against your registration privileges, and the remaining balance sent to collections.
If you have missed one court date and do not have a signed court granted continuance on file, a $10.00 late fee will be added to the cost of your fines and costs, and a notice of a new court date will be mailed to the address on file with the court. If you have missed two court dates, a warrant will be issued for your arrest and a $50.00 warrant fee will be added to the fines and costs. If you have a bench warrant it is possible that a block against your registration privileges has taken place, or a suspension against your driving privileges. Please contact Rebecca Rosenbalm, Clerk, at 513-539-6201 for more information on a specific case.
If you did not have your proof of insurance with you on the date of the citation, proof must be shown to the Clerk of Courts either when paying the citation or appearing in Court. Your insurance must be in effect at the time of your citation and must be for the vehicle in question. You may mail a copy of your insurance card with your citation and payment or you may fax your proof of insurance to 513-360-2218, ATTN: Rebecca Rosenbalm, or email Rebecca Rosenbalm.
The court must report that there was no insurance in effect at the time of the citation to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). The BMV may place a suspension against your driver's license for a period of 90 days to 2 years depending on prior offenses for driving without insurance. Please visit the BMV website for further information or contact Rebecca Rosenbalm, Clerk at 513-539-6201.
For more information, call the Mayor's Court at 513-539-6201.