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Track Your Case

If you have been arrested for an OVI in Ohio, it can be hard to keep track of important addresses, points of contact, and dates. This page is intended to provide you with a starting off point in understanding the progress of your case and relevant information about the state or federal court system. Select the link below that best corresponds with the county in which your DUI arrest took place.


Franklin County, OH

Franklin County Case Information – This webpage, maintained by the Franklin County Clerk of Courts, allows you access to more information about your criminal case. You can view the charges, information about existing bonds, and review the docket.

Franklin County Clerk of Court – The Clerk of Court for Franklin County is primarily responsible for maintaining records related to civil and criminal court matters for the area. The office also processes fees for related legal matters, including those required for record sealing and bond setting.

Franklin County Court House (Criminal Division)
345 South High Street, 1st Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 525-3650

Franklin County Municipal Court (FMC) – FMC is divided into 2 judicial divisions: Environmental and General. Fourteen judges and six magistrates operate within the General Division. The FMC serves both civil and criminal matters.

Franklin County Municipal Court
375 South High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 645-8214

Franklin County Court of Common Pleas – The local court of common pleas is a trial court, responsible for trying and settling both criminal and civil cases dealing with up to $15,000 in damages. Currently, 17 elected judges and 9 magistrates oversee cases in this court.

345 South High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Phone (614) 525-3453

United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio – This Federal courthouse is responsible for serving approximately 5 million people across 48 counties in Ohio. The court oversees both criminal and civil cases and may decide 400-500 criminal cases each year. The Columbus court seat serves counties of Franklin, Licking, Fairfield, Pickaway, and Delaware, among others.

Office of the Clerk          
Joseph P. Kinneary U.S. Courthouse
85 Marconi Boulevard, Room 121
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Phone: 614-719-3000

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Licking County, OH

Licking County Case InformationCourtview 2000 is the program instituted by the county, which allows users to research the status of a case. After imputing basic search information, users can find information on pleadings, rulings, warrants, and more.

Licking County Clerk of Courts – While the primary responsibility for the Clerk of Court is maintaining court records, this government office also holds a variety of other roles. The Licking County Clerk of Courts serves the public and is divided into three divisions: legal, domestic, and title. The legal division handles civil, criminal, anti-stalking protective orders, and court of appeal cases.

877 E. Main St.
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: 740-670-5450

Licking County Municipal Court – This municipal court has jurisdiction over matters related to criminal misdemeanors, traffic offenses, city code violations, protective orders, and more. Please note that criminal felony cases are not heard in this court.

40 West Main Street, 3rd Floor
Newark, Ohio 43055
740-670-7800

Licking County Court of Common Pleas – Under Article IV, Section 1 of the Ohio Constitution, the General Division of the Court of Common Pleas was created. This division handles felony criminal cases and several types of criminal cases.

1 Courthouse Square
Newark, OH 43055

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Delaware County, OH

Track Your Case in Delaware County – Powered by Courtview 2000, this website provides users with important reference information related to civil and criminal cases. The website is maintained by the Clerk of Court for Delaware County.

Delaware County Municipal Court – The criminal and traffic division of the local municipal court oversees cases in its jurisdiction where the penalties do not exceed one year in jail and / or $1,000. Preliminary hearings for felony cases, where probable cause to charge the defendant with a felony is determined, may be heard at this court.

Justice Center
70 North Union Street
Delaware, Ohio 43015
(740) 203-1570

Delaware County Common Pleas Courts – This court has general jurisdiction to hear both civil and criminal matters. Each of Ohio's 88 counties maintains its own court of common pleas and hear felony matters.

General Division
91 North Sandusky Street
Delaware, Oh 43015

Delaware County Clerk of Court – This government office is dedicated to preserving and maintain court records for access by the general public. Additionally, the Clerk of Court's Office is responsible for certain title registration, licensing, and certain court-related fees.

91 North Sandusky Street
Delaware, Ohio 43015
(740) 833-2500

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Fairfield County, OH

Track Your Case in Fairfield County – After an arrest for a DUI in Fairfield County, OH, you are likely concerned about future court dates, charges, and related matters. This website allows you to track this information easily and efficiently.

Fairfield Ohio Court of Common Pleas – Located in Lancaster, OH, Fairfield County's Court of Common Pleas holds jurisdiction over many criminal and civil matters. In terms of criminal cases, the court hears misdemeanor and felony matters.

224 East Main Street
Lancaster, Ohio 43130
740-652-7421

Fairfield County Municipal Court – In addition to serving general felonies and misdemeanors, the court often hears preliminary hearings and certain stages for felony cases. The court conducts jury trial and sentencing in cases where there is a conviction. The Municipal Court is also responsible for the Traffic Violation Bureau.

104 East Main Street
Lancaster, OH 43130
740-687-6621

Fairfield County Clerk of Courts – The Clerk of Court is a custodian of all records and maintains access for the public. The Clerk also processes court fees, titles, professional licenses, and performs other administrative matters for the County.

224 E. Main Street
P.O. Box 370
Lancaster, Ohio 43130
Clerk Legal Main: 740-652-7360

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Pickaway County, OH

Track Your Case Online in Pickaway County – The Pickaway County Clerk of Court maintains a website to give the public access to civil and criminal records. You can search by name or ticket/case number to obtain more information about your active or closed DUI case.

Pickaway County, Ohio Common Pleas Court – The system of a Court of Common Pleas is unique to four states in the U.S., including Ohio. This is a system of state trial, and the Pickaway County Common Pleas holds jurisdiction over misdemeanor and felony matters, along with civil cases.

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