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View information about cases handled by magistrates in Cleveland Municipal Court, with descriptions of small claims mediation and criminal arraignments, instructions for self-represented parties, and answers to frequently asked questions. Links are in the left column.
View information about Cleveland Municipal Court Domestic Intervention, Domestic Violence Docket, Drug Court, Human Trafficking Docket, Mental Health Docket, Selective Intervention, and Veterans Treatment Docket, which can set up treatment or educational programs in lieu of jail for some offenders. See also information about small claims mediation and other court programs and services.
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Must be Worn!
Based upon recommendations from Responsible RestartOhio,
all persons entering the Shaker Heights Municipal Court and its building are required to wear
a face mask, COVERING NOSE AND MOUTH, at all times.
You must also follow all COVID hand-washing protocols, along with proper social distancing.
COVID RELATED PROVISIONS
Shaker Heights Municipal Court
Pursuant to Judicial Order dated June 5, , the following rules are in place at Shaker Heights Municipal Court, subject to modification, through July 31,
- All individuals entering the Court shall wear a maskcovering their nose and mouth at all times. Refusal to wear a mask may result in penalties for failure to appear unless an individual cannot wear a mask for medical reasons. Appropriate receptacles shall be used for any desired mask disposal when exiting the Court.
- All individuals entering the Court shall be given a temperature check test strip, as available. Those with a fever shall not be admitted and their business rescheduled.
- Only individuals with business at the court shall be admitted. Family, friends, rides and children (with rare exception) shall not enter the Court.
- Traffic and criminal arraignments shall take place in person with appropriate social distancing and other safeguards in place.
- Status reports for the courts DUS docket shall take place in person with appropriate social distancing and other safeguards in place.
- Change of pleas, sentencings, status reports for first offense OVIs, and housing case status reports shall take place via video conferencing (zoom)/telephonically through the month of July with approval of the parties.
- Criminal and civil pretrials shall take place via video conferencing (zoom)/ telephonically through the month of July and until further order of Court.
- Traffic and criminal bench trials shall resume in person on July 2,
- Criminal and civil jury trials shall resume in August , with appropriate distancing and safeguards in place.
- Suppression and other criminal motion hearings shall resume in person in July , with appropriate distancing and safeguards in place.
- Civil motion hearings, R.I.T.A. cases, and mediations shall take place via video conferencing (zoom)/telephonically through the month of July
- Eviction cases shall be heard in person or stayed by decision of the court made on a case-by-case basis. Those which proceed in person shall require appropriate distancing and safeguards.
- Civil trials shall resume in person on June 25, , with appropriate distancing and safeguards in place.
- Small Claims trials shall resume on July 10, , with appropriate distancing and safeguards in place.
- Garnishments and exams shall be heard in person with appropriate distancing and safeguards in place.
- The Clerks Office shall be open from Monday Friday from a.m. to p.m.
- Filings by fax are encouraged. The fax number is
- Payments online are encouraged at shakerheightscourt.org.
Welcome to the Shaker Heights Municipal Court website. The Shaker Heights Municipal Court serves Beachwood, Hunting Valley, Pepper Pike, Shaker Heights, and University Heights. We are committed to providing you with professional, efficient, and friendly service and the continued improvement of those services. Through this website we hope to provide an additional, interactive method of communicating with you in order to further the availability of court information and its operations. We welcome this opportunity to make part of the judicial branch of your government more open and accessible to you.DISCLAIMER
The Shaker Heights Municipal Court does not make any warranties or representations with respect to the content, quality, accuracy or completeness of any information or materials contained on the Shaker Heights Municipal Court web server or through links to other servers, including but not limited to: text, graphics, applications, databases, services, or any other information or materials, nor shall the Shaker Heights Municipal Court assume any legal liability for the content, quality, accuracy or completeness of said information and materials.
The information and materials contained on this web site have been compiled from a variety of sources and, as such, are subject to change without notice. In no event will the Shaker Heights Municipal Court be liable for any damages, whether direct, indirect, general, consequential, incidental, exemplary or special, arising from the use of information provided on this server or through links to any other servers.Communications to the Court via this web site shall in no way be deemed to constitute legal or official notice to the Shaker Heights Municipal Court , its agencies, officers, employees, representatives or agents with respect to any existing, pending or future claim or cause of action against the Shaker Heights Municipal Court or any of its agencies, officers, employees, representatives or agents where notice is required by Federal, State or local law, nor shall communications to the Court via this web site be deemed to constitute legal or official notice for any other purpose.
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Garfield Heights, Ohio
The Garfield Heights Municipal Court has limited geographic and subject matter jurisdiction.
Although it is located in the City of Garfield Heights and is called the Garfield Heights Municipal Court, the Court has geographic jurisdiction of cases arising in Brecksville, Cuyahoga Heights, Garfield Heights, Independence, Maple Heights, Metro Parks, Newburgh Heights, Valley View and Walton Hills.
Where can I find my public eviction record? Can anyone see it?
There is no single, official place to find eviction records in Ohio. Eviction cases usually are filed in the municipal court of the city in which the rental property is located. A person interested in locating eviction records can look in the court’s case index in the individual municipal court. For example, eviction cases filed regarding property located in Cleveland, Ohio, can look in the Cleveland Municipal Court’s case index, on the Clerk of Court’s website. Records for evictions from properties in Euclid will be on file with the Euclid Municipal Court, etc. Some small cities share a court; the shared court for the city will keep its records.
The fact that an eviction has been filed against a tenant may show up on a tenant’s credit report. The credit report companies check the dockets of many municipal courts to report anyone who has a case filed against them. So, someone who reviews your credit report may see that an eviction has been filed against you.
There also are some private companies that a landlord, or others, can pay to search public records for information about you. Those companies could check the records of all municipal courts in the county or the state, and report back the courts in which cases were filed against you.
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