Mayor's Court

Payment Information

Payment is due prior to the assigned court date by 12:00 p.m. Payments can be made online or in person. Paying before your court date is an admission to guilt and you do not need to appear in court.

Click here to view the fine schedule for payable violations. If you are unable to pay your ticket and would like a continuance, you will be allowed one continuance, but must come in the office with proof of ID to sign for it.

Failure to pay or appear on your court date will result in a warrant for your arrest, additional costs and possible loss of license.

Pay your ticket online here

 Court Procedures & Pleas

When your name is called, proceed immediately to the podium in front of the prosecutor. The charge against you will be read and you will have the opportunity to request a continuance or enter a plea. The pleas are:
  • Guilty - You are saying that you have committed the offense with which you have been charged. If you plead guilty, a statement may be given on behalf of the city concerning the events, which gave rise to the charge. If you want to, you will then be permitted to make a statement on your own behalf.
  • No Contest - This plea is not an admission of guilt but is an admission to the truth of the facts stated in the affidavit. It is then for the court to determine whether the admitted facts constitute the offense.
  • Not Guilty - This plea is saying that you did not commit the offense with which you are charged. A trial will be set for a later date and witnesses can be subpoenaed for that trial date.
After you have entered your plea the prosecutor will read the facts concerning the charges. You will be given an opportunity to speak to the facts as presented by the prosecutor. Following your testimony, the court will then issue a verdict. If the verdict is guilty, the prosecutor will then advise the court of your past driving or criminal history. The court will then determine the amount of the fine and / or jail time. Ask if you want to know your potential maximum penalties.

Sharonville will not recite your court date. If you miss your court date a bond will be required or you will be held until the next court date or until bond is posted.

The court office closes at 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday to prepare for court.

Check Your Driving Record


You can find out about license suspensions, how much you owe the BMV or just get a copy of your driving record at BMV: www.bmv.ohio.gov.