Worthington Mayor's Court
What Goes on in Worthington Mayor's Court?
Mayor's courts are located across Ohio in respective municipalities. These courts normally operate on limited schedules while serving as judicial branches for their communities. Mayor's courts deal with traffic cases, violations of city ordinances, and other various misdemeanors. Unlike municipal and common pleas court, the presiding government official is a magistrate and not a judge. Additionally, the magistrate is compensated by the community of his/her service. In Ohio, there are 260 jurisdictions of Mayor's courts all serving separate municipalities.
Worthington Mayor's Court Contact Information
Scott D. Holmes, Mayor
James J. Lorimer, Vice-Mayor
Karen E. Sheffer, Prosecutor
6550 N. High Street
Court convenes every Tuesday at 6:00 pm.
Worthington Mayor's Court Attorney
The Law Offices of Eric J. Hoffman has been serving clients in this building since 1984. Mr. Hoffman grew up in the greater Columbus community and currently raises a family of his own in Bexley. Mr. Hoffman is well known in the mayor's court and is extremely knowledgeable and the court's proceedings.