If you break the law in Amberley Village, you may be allowed to plead your case in Mayor's Court, a sanctioned judicial body recognized by the State of Ohio. Most minor crimes and traffic offenses are handled in Mayor's Court, while serious crimes, such as felonies, are handled by the Hamilton County court system.
Mayor's Court is presided over by the Mayor or by an attorney designated by the Mayor as a magistrate in the court. Cases are heard typically heard on the second and fourth Wednesday each month at 5:00 p.m. in the Council chambers, located in the Amberley Village Hall. Click here to view the calendar of court dates.
For a schedule of court dates or for other questions about Mayor's Court, call the Amberley Police Department at (513) 531-2040. Fines assessed in Mayor's Court may be paid to the Clerk of Court by cash or credit card the night of the court.