Are court records public in Ohio?

Court records are public and available to be inspected and obtained by the general public under the Open Records Law documented in Ohio Rev. Code ยง 149.43. The Ohio General Assembly first enacted this law in 1963, and it authorizes individuals to inspect and copy most documents and records filed in Ohio state courts.

How do I get a copy of my divorce decree in Miami County Ohio?

Requesting Copies To make a request or to receive a copy of a Public Records Request Forms, request form (PDF), please contact Stacy Smith, Custodian of Public Records, at the Safety Building.

Who is the Miami County Clerk of Courts?

Miami-Dade Clerk of Courts Ruvin Wins ABA Award Miami-Dade County Clerk of Courts Harvey Ruvin is honored by the American Bar Association for Visionary Leadership in Judicial Administration.

How do I pay a ticket in Miami County Ohio?

Pay in person at the Clerk’s office located on the Third floor of the Courthouse. Make payable and mail, Certified Check or Money Order to: Miami County Municipal Clerk of Courts, 215 W. Main St., Third Floor, Troy, Oh 45373. Credit card payments only, can be made via phone, calling (937) 440-3910.

Can you access court documents?

With permission of the court In addition, where there has been a hearing in public, the public can request copies of any documents put before the judge and referred to during the hearing. This is not limited to the documents which the judge has been asked to read or has said they have read.

Are Miami courts open?

Share: Effective June 28, all court buildings are open to the public. Judges and court staff will be working from their assigned courthouse locations.

How much is a speeding ticket in Miami County Ohio?

Unclassified Misdemeanors

Offense Fine & Costs
Speed 1 – 20 miles over $109.00
Speed 21 or more miles over $119.00
Construction Zone w/ Workers Present Contact Court
Overloads Contact Court

What snow level is Miami County Ohio?

Level 3 Snow Emergency No one should be out during these conditions unless it is absolutely necessary to travel.