Stow Municipal Court Addresses Coronavirus Threat
Stow Municipal Court issued orders addressing the Coronavirus threat. These orders are designed to reduce in-person contact that could increase the spread of COVID-19.
Stow Municipal Court Order Addressing Coronavirus
After consulting with local government partners and health experts, the Stow Municipal Court will be taking unprecedented steps to adjust court operations to minimize traffic coming in and out of the courthouse. The Court will continue to conduct criminal arraignments and hearings for defendants who are in custody, however every effort will be made to utilize the video conferencing options that are available to limit in-person contact. Further, security staff will be limiting access to the Courthouse to essential parties only (defendants, attorneys, witnesses, victims). All others are asked to stay home or remain in their vehicles.
Individuals who have received minor misdemeanor criminal summons or traffic citations may request a continuance or enter a not guilty plea by clicking the links below:
Request For Continuance
Not Guilty Plea and Waiver of Time
Safe Drivers Program
Attention Traffic Offenders: If you have not had more than two traffic tickets in the past 12 months, you may be eligible to have your case dismissed and avoid having points added to your BMV record by participating in the Stow Municipal Court Safe Drivers Program!”