Berea Municipal Court
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Berea Municipal Court is a city courthouse situated in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. It is located with the fifth court of appeal district. It is serving the communities of Berea, Middleburg Heights, Brook Park, Strongsville, Olmsted Falls, Olmsted Township, the Metro Parks and the Ohio State Patrol. The courthouse was established in 1958. It has jurisdiction over criminal, small claims, civil, traffic, and vehicle matters. It provides online services, case search, payment etc so it is not mandatory to go to court for these types of services. Proper dressing is required during the court session. Weapons are prohibited in this court. The court rules and procedures must be followed by every person that visits the court.
How to search for case records?
Berea Municipal Court case search for records can be found online using the court online portal http://www.bereamunicipalcourt.org/. The court maintains all the records online, in files, or in a database. The case search can be done using the following ways:
- Search by Case Number, Traffic and Citation number
- Search by Full Name
- Search by Hearing Date Range
- Search by Attorney State ID
- Search by Community Name
After entering the data, the case information will come. The portal will only show those records information that is publicly available. The sealed records are not available for the viewing of the public. Some records are unavailable; if the information does not come, the case records will be removed or confidential and cannot be displayed online. You have to go to the court or give a record request for these documents, and then the court will decide whether to provide that information. You had to pay the mandatory fees for each per-page copy of the record.
How to search for case dockets?
Berea Municipal Court dockets can be found online using the court online portal. The everyday schedule was available on the website. Click on the View Today Docket Schedule. The defendant’s name and case number with the schedule will be displayed. Click on the case number if you need detailed information like the defendant’s address, active warrant etc.
How to find active warrants?
Berea Municipal Court’s active warrants list is available online at http://www.bereamunicipalcourt.org/. The case number with the defendant’s name, birth date, warrant issue date, agency and the reason for the warrant issue is available. Click on the case number for detailed information related to the warrant.
How to make a payment?
Berea Municipal Court payment can be made in the following ways:
A person can pay for tickets and fines by visiting the court during regular court hours and paying in cash, checks, or with a card at the court payment window. Take your ticket and citation number with you when you come for payment. Service charges will be applied if you make a payment with a credit card.
Online payments can be made using the court Online Payment Center https://innovaressolutions.com. Type the ticket number or last name. Your case information with the amount of the fine will be displayed. Select the payment option and pay the amount online. Service fees will be applied in this case. 48 hours will be taken for the payment approval.
A Person can send a certified check or money order to the court’s mailing address; 11 Berea Commons, Berea, OH 44017, USA. Cash or personal checks are not acceptable in the mail; only certified checks or money orders are accepted. Remember to write your citation, name, case number, and account number when you send the payment, and mail the amount in a self-addressed, stamped envelope if you want a receipt.
How can a small claims case be filled?
Berea Municipal Court small claims court handles all claims which amount is up to $6000. You can file this case against some company or person if they are a resident of this district and the incident will take place in this district. You can file a small claim case by filling out the form and submitting it at the clerk’s office. Fill in your and the defendant’s personal information, and tell the reason for claiming with the number of claims. After the claim is filed a trial date will be given to both parties and on the trial, the plaintiff had to come with all the evidence documents with their copies and submit them to the magistrate when they call them. If the defendant thinks that the claims against them are wrong and the plaintiff owes some money to them, then file a counterclaim in the court within 7 days before the trial date. The detailed procedure, cost and all other information are available on the website, take help from them if you need any guidance, otherwise contact the clerk’s office during regular hours.
How can traffic tickets be resolved?
Berea Municipal Court traffic division handles all traffic and vehicle violation matters. The violation includes accidents, speeding, using a mobile phone while driving, leaving the scene of the accident, passing by a school bus, violating traffic signals and traffic rules and many more. This department will proceed with all the motion and pleading fields in traffic cases, pre-trial conferences, motion hearings and trials. You can receive a citation after some days of getting the traffic ticket. If the ticket contains a mandatory appearance, then you have to appear on the schedule. If the court does not contain mandatory appearance, then many options are available that are:
- Pay the full fine on the time
- Submit the proof of insurance
- Enter and send a plea to the court
- Request for a hearing and appear before the judge
- Request for a pretrial driving privilege
How many pleas can be sent to the court?
Berea Municipal Court plea options are available for some traffic tickets and cases. Two types of pleas are available which are:
Plea of guilty
If you are guilty of your actions then write this plea. After sending it the court will review your plea and send you the amount of the fine and there is no need to appear in court.
Plea of not guilty
If you are not guilty of your act, then write this plea. The court will give you a schedule and you have to appear on that day with your proof of innocence.
What can a probation department do?
Berea Municipal Court probation department will supervise the defendant that is placed on probation and pretrial supervision in their traffic or criminal cases. The goal is to observe compliance with the sentence forced by the judge and thus reduced further criminal activity involvement. The court will give you some standard rules and conditions for your ease but you have to keep in mind that the judge will impose further conditions on you.
What is the responsibility of the court clerk?
Berea Municipal Court clerk is responsible for managing and safeguarding all the records, collecting and distributing all the payments, resolving payment issues, helping judges in the cases, making a schedule for the case, solving queries of the people that visit the court and providing certificates and documents. The clerk is prohibited from giving legal advice but they can help you with the procedure, give directions, and give you information about the attorney or agency that can guide you legally.
What happens if I do not pay a traffic fine on time?
If you do not pay traffic fines on time then your license will be suspended, extra fines will be added to the previous one and in serious cases, warrants will be issued against you.
How to search for my jury status?
The jury status will be available on jury services. According to your date, see if the trial date is canceled or not. If it is going forward then you have to be present at the court at 8:30 pm.
What are the filing fees for the request for driving privileges appeal?
The filing fee for occupational driving privileges is $55 and $25 will be paid at the clerk’s office if any modification will be applied to the driving privilege.
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