One accused of a crime in Summit County needs a Summit County criminal defense attorney who has the experience to provide defense for a variety of criminal cases, from traffic to misdemeanor to felony cases. Summit County has three municipal courts, a juvenile court, common pleas court and several mayor’s courts.
Misdemeanors are heard in the following places:
Barberton Municipal Court, 576 W. Park Ave., Barberton, Ohio 44203;
Akron Municipal Court, 217 S. High Street, Akron, Ohio 44308;
Stow Municipal Court, 4400 Courthouse Drive, Stow, Ohio 44224;
Boston Heights Mayor’s Court, 45 E. Boston Mills Road, Hudson, Ohio 44236
Cuyahoga Falls Mayor’s Court, 2310 Second Street, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44221
Fairlawn Mayor’s Court, 3487 S. Smith Rd., Fairlawn, Ohio 44333
Macedonia Mayor’s Court, 9691 Valley View Road, Macedonia, Ohio 44056
Northfield Mayor’s Court, 10455 Northfield Road, Northfield, Ohio 44067
Norton Mayor’s Court, 4060 Columbia Woods Dr., Norton, Ohio 44203
Richfield Mayor’s Court, 4410 W. Streetsboro Rd., Richfield, Ohio 44286
Felonies are heard in the Summit County Court of Common Pleas, 209 S. High Street, Akron, Ohio 44308
Juvenile cases are heard in the Summit County Juvenile Court, 650 Dan Street, Akron, Ohio 44310.
Some common terms include:
Arraignment: where the accused is informed of the charges and potential penalties for the charges.
Bond hearing: where the judge sets the amount of money that must be posted for the accused to be released from jail.
Pre-trial: a meeting between the criminal defense lawyer and the assistant prosecutor to plea bargain the case, or discuss issues for trial. The judge may participate in this process.
Trial to the Court: a trial where the judge determines the verdict and the sentence.
Trial by Jury: a trial where a jury determines the verdict, but the judge determines the sentence.
Pre-sentence investigation (PSI): an investigation conducted by the probation department to determine the facts of the case, and the social and criminal history of the defendant.
Sentencing: a court hearing where the judge determines what punishment to hand out to the accused.
The following are important links for those charged with a crime in Summit County:
Summit County Court of Common Pleas:
Summit County Juvenile Court:
Barberton Municipal Court:
Akron Municipal Court:
Stow Municipal Court:
Boston Heights Mayor’s Court:
Cuyahoga Falls Mayor’s Court:
Fairlawn Mayor’s Court:
Macedonia Mayor’s Court:
Northfield Mayor’s Court:
Norton Mayor’s Court:
Richfield Mayor’s Court:
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