Akron Municipal Court

At Patituce & Associates, we are dedicated to fighting for the rights and interests of Ohio residents facing criminal charges. We know the challenges our clients are up against and we will tirelessly explore every available legal pathway for winning a reduction or dismissal of the charges.

Our team has over 70 years of combined legal experience and includes three former Cuyahoga County prosecutors. Together, we have won thousands of cases and successfully navigated more than 200 criminal trials. Our Akron defense attorneys have earned a reputation for achieving successful outcomes in their cases.

Experienced Akron Municipal Court Attorneys

If you are in need of a criminal defense lawyer, it is important to find someone who is familiar with the local laws and court system in Akron, Ohio. At Patituce & Associates, LLC, our attorneys have experience representing clients in the Akron Municipal Court and have established positive relationships with the judges and prosecutors in the court. Our previous experience in this particular court allows us to effectively prepare our clients and their cases for their hearings.

About Akron Municipal Court

The mission of the court is to promote public confidence and trust in the judicial system by protecting rights and liberties, upholding and interpreting the law consistently, timely, impartially and independently, and providing for the peaceful, fair and efficient resolution of disputes.

The Akron Municipal Court serves the cities of Akron and Fairlawn; the townships of Bath, Richfield and Springfield; the Villages of Lakemore and Richfield; and that part of Mogadore in Summit County, Ohio.

The Akron Municipal Court has six judges and they are: Judge Annalisa S. Williams, Judge Jerry Larson, Judge Jon Oldham, Judge Ron Cable, Judge Nicole Walker and Judge David Hamilton.

In addition to their Judges’ general court hearings and decisions, they have five specialized dockets: Mental Health Court, Recovery Court, ARCH (Active Recovery Creates Hope) Court, Family Intervention Court and Valor Court for individuals with military service.

Court Information

The Akron Municipal Court has several types of staff and divisions that deal with diverse tasks, including:

Address & Information

Physical Address

217 S. High Street
Akron, OH 44308

Hours

M-F 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Civil Division:

330-375-2920

Civil Account Garnishments:

330-375-2923

Small Claims:

330-375-2922

Criminal Division:

330-375-2570

Traffic Division:

330-375-2572

Administrative Office:

330-375-2120

Community Outreach:

330-375-2186

Service Bailiff’s Office:

330-375-2592

Probation Office:

330-375-2760

Website

Reach Out to an Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney

Whether you have been charged with a traffic violation, misdemeanor, or felony, it is difficult to protect your rights without the help of a dedicated criminal defense attorney. At Patituce & Associates, LLC, our top priority is advocating for you and seeking the best possible outcome in every case we handle.

Don’t hesitate to contact us online or call 440-471-7784 for more information. We are available 24/7 and offer free initial consultations.